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Upcoming AARNet webinars: AARNet4 and Science DMZ

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Upcoming AARNet webinars

Experience AARNet Zoom webinar capabilities by joining one of our webinars for AARNet customers during November. Network Architect David Wilde will be hosting webinars on AARNet4 and Science DMZ network services. Here’s the schedule:

Thursday 6 November 2014 @ 1pm-2pm (GMT+11:00)
AARNet4: the migration process, new services and benefits
PRESENTER: David Wilde, AARNet Network Architect

The rollout of the AARNet4 backbone is almost complete and the process of migrating customer services onto the new backbone has commenced.

This webinar outlines the migration process and the range of benefits and services AARNet4 delivers. David will also present case studies demonstrating how AARNet customers are already making use of the new AARNet4 network services.

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Who should attend?

CIOs and Infrastructure/Network Managers at AARNet customer institutions

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Thursday 20 November 2014 @ 1pm-2pm (GMT+11:00)
Introduction to the new AARNet Science DMZ advanced network service
PRESENTER: David Wilde, AARNet Network Architect

AARNet will soon be offering customers a Science DMZ advanced network service. The service aims to increase the performance of large data transfers in and out of the campus network.

During this 60-minute webinar for AARNet customers, AARNet Network Architect David Wilde will explain the Science DMZ architecture, run through some example applications, and outline the proposed AARNet service.

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Who should attend?

CIOs and Infrastructure/Network Managers at AARNet customer institutions

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David Wilde, AARNet Network ArchitectAbout the Presenter

David Wilde is AARNet’s Network Architect. He  leads the development of new network architecture for AARNet and is driving the rollout of AARNet4.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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