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Getting Started with VMware NSX-T: A Knowledge-Packed Webcast

2019 is coming to a close, but you can still squeeze in one last virtual VMware event! VMware’s webcast, Getting Started with VMware NSX-T, is right around the corner on December 3rd, 2019 and we encourage you to reserve your spot today!



The scoop on Getting Started with VMware NSX-T

Getting Started with VMware NSX-T is a Hands-On Lab delivered via webcast, showcasing NSX-T. The latest version of VMware’s next-gen SDN solution, NSX-T is the only network and security platform built for all workloads. We’re talking VMs, physical servers, containers and public/private clouds.

You’ll experience a live technical deep dive into NSX-T. VMware experts will give you an up close and personal look at its features and functionalities, closing with an engaging Q&A session. The webcast will kick off with an overview of what’s new in the latest version of NSX-T, take you through a complete demo from set-up to deployment and conclude with an instructor-led test drive.


Why register for this virtual Hands-On Lab webcast?

Why register, you ask?

First off, you’ll get the chance to hear from some of VMware’s greatest experts:

  • Steve Baca, Sr. Technical Instructor, VMware
    • Taught multiple vSphere and NSX classes for 9+ years
    • Coauthored several VMware press books
  • Leanne Jones, Sr. Content Architect, VMware
    • 8 years of experience as a solutions engineer
    • Works directly with customers to build custom solutions

Second, it’s totally free, and like we said—totally virtual. Plus, who doesn’t jump at the chance to test drive one of VMware’s latest technical solutions and speak directly with their brightest specialists?

Ready to register now? We hope you’ll all join us in taking the opportunity to participate in Getting Started with VMware NSX-T!


This blog was originally created by Van Dalen, find the original here.
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