09:00 – 16:00 The London Stock Exchange, 10 Paternoster Square, London
Demands on modern day networks have grown massively, but network design has remained static.
Imagine easily improving cyber-security, user-experience and application performance from the infrastructure level – without causing disruption.
We call this capability Network Design 2.0 and believe this new way of building data centre, network and hybrid cloud infrastructure to easily scale with future demands is set to take the world by storm.
Join us 16th October at The London Stock Exchange with industry thought-leaders from network and security experts Ixia, as our whiteboard sessions build and explore the new practices to design infrastructure with your future needs in mind.
Attendees will learn:
Current designs, moving to in-build security resilience, self-healing and performance monitoring
Upgrading network and security elements without changing your infrastructure design
Easily adding advanced capabilities such as bad IP address blocking, cyber intel & ssl decryption.
Who should attend?
This is a must-attend event for anyone involved in the design and delivery of networks, data centre operations, cyber-security or application infrastructure who wishes to see the very latest approach to building infrastructure with future needs in mind.
Who is leading the whiteboard sessions?
Gabe Luis, Senior Strategist at Ixia and public speaker at industry conferences blends his technical expertise with easy to understand practical examples to simplify complex scenarios.
Rob Pocock, Technical Director, Phoenix Datacom is trusted by major organisations to advise and integrate strategies that are critical to the UK’s communications infrastructure and economy.
Scott Register, VP Cloud & Security at Ixia leverages three decades of network security and experience with multiple start-ups to bring leading-edge network monitoring and security capability to Enterprises and Service Providers.
Places are strictly limited to retain a highly interactive experience. An early registration is therefore highly recommended.