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ROLL CALL! Cisco Live 2015 Customer Free Lunch & Learn Event

Product Manager
Product Manager

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Troubleshooting Network and Application Performance – Now and in the Future

A little where and when for you:

Date:
Monday, June 8, 2015

Time:
11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Location:
Hard Rock Hotel in San Diego, Legends Ballroom (across the street from Cisco Live)
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SolarWinds will be hosting a FREE Lunch & Learn session during Cisco Live San Diego.  That’s right! Sign up now to learn how to leverage SolarWinds products to their fullest potential.  Come have lunch and learn even more value in the products you have and how to integrate them for success! You need proven and integrated products to quickly diagnose and resolve your network and application issues.  Learn how SolarWinds gives you a leg up on the competition.

Join Francois Caron, Director of Product Management and Leon Adato, the Head Geek for Networking both owned and operated by SolarWinds. These two will demonstrate how to use critical network paths for troubleshooting, diagnose network to application performance issues, and how to quickly identify the root cause of application issues.  In this event you will learn how to utilize:  

  • The Network Troubleshooting Bundle – Network Performance Monitor, Network Configuration Manager, NetFlow Traffic Analyzer, and Engineer’s Toolset
    • Learn how consolidated views for critical paths are setup
    • 4 click resolutions from one view
    • Advanced use cases for troubleshooting scenarios
  • Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) – Network Performance Monitor
    • Learn how to identify application behaviors for troubleshooting use cases
    • Understand how DPI can report on the Quality of Experience (QoE) that our users perceive when connecting to their mission-critical applications
  • AppStack
    • New “AppStack” dashboards will be discussed
    • Learn how to quickly assess application, hardware, storage, and virtualization for its impact analysis capabilities

In addition, you will see “What’s New” in SolarWinds products and what we are currently working on. I know what you’re thinking “FINALLY I can get the details on the cool stuff”!  Hear it at the lunch & learn first.  OK, OK, I agree with you so Sign Up NOW!

This free event includes lunch and will provide you an excellent opportunity to meet the other SolarWinds customers and product experts.

BUT WAIT THERE’S MORE!

!!! PRIZES * PRIZES * PRIZES !!!

If you’re not already signed up by this point, then don’t you dare keeping reading…

The first 150 people who attend will receive a $25 AMEX® gift card.  Plus, everyone who attends will be registered in a drawing for a $1200 AMEX® gift card.  See complete terms and conditions.  *** clears throat*** Here’s where you can sign up!

Also, come and introduce yourself at the SolarWinds booth 1119.  If I'm not there, tell them Dez sent ya!  I’d be happy to show you how to get the most from your SolarWinds suite and answer any questions.  Follow me on Twitter @Dez_Sayz.

~ Dez

4 Comments
Level 14

I won't be attending, due to budgetary flight restrictions.  Still, I look forward to postings and articles about what y'all learned during the conference.  Have fun!!! 

Level 13

That sounds awesome. I'm in the same boat as mr.e‌. I wish I could be there.

MVP
MVP

Excellent session guys!I especially liked the sneak peek of what you guys are working on, using "Magic" technology. Can't wait!

Level 10

Hope similar session held in Melbourne during CiscoLive next year.

About the Author
I started in networking and security around 2002 by taking Cisco Certified Network Associate and Security+ courses from Central Vo-tech. This is where I fell in love with technology in general. From there I venture out to internships and started using the Engineers Toolset from SolarWinds which made me wonder about software. The company I was with purchased Cirrus which is now Network Configuration Manager (NCM) and I was officially hooked. I searched out for SolarWinds and well you guessed it I started working for them and believe it or not in sales. That was the only position open but I knew I wanted to be here. So I quickly worked my way in to the support side and became the first Sales Engineer and then the first Applications Engineer. Since I am a very curious person I have since in my 9 years of being at SolarWinds decided to pursue more education. Security is always a fascination to me so I started taking classes on INFOSEC Assessment Methodology (IAM) and INFOSEC Evaluation Methodology (IEM) of the NSA. Then I went and took the CIW Masters for web development and ventured to databases. MCITP SQL Server and Development certifications that led me to a database development degree in college. I’m pretty much a jack of all trades and LOVE IT! This all applied to my work with SolarWinds as I wanted to be able to help customers solve their issues or needs. So knowing more information allowed me to do this successfully. I also dabbled in Cisco UCS management and currently taking classes to venture toward a CCIE (crossing fingers). NCM is a product that I have worked with since its beginning. I even had the opportunity to fly to the NSA to create templates for some of their devices. I used to be the sole MIB database controller so I’m definitely your huckleberry on MIBs and OIDs. As an Applications Engineer I focused on Network Performance Monitor, Network Configuration Manager, Web Performance Monitor, Enterprise Operations Console, Patch Manager, User Device Tracker, and the Engineers Toolset. See why I like to constantly learn new things I had a lot to be on top of! SolarWinds is a passion of mine still to this very day. My new role as a Product Manager for NCM is home to me. Funny how I circled around back to my favorite product that got me here in the first place. :) My goal is to educate and work with customers to leverage our products to their fullest degree!