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SD-WAN Implementation Considerations w/ Packet Pushers' Ethan Banks

Software Define Wide Area Networking... it's new, it's exciting, it's buzzy... it's complex. From business leaders to technology grunts, everyone is talking about how much they need it but how many of us really understand what it takes to turn this buzz word into a functioning solution?

Come join us on October 26th, 2016 at the Skyline ATS in Rosemont with Packet Pushers co-founder and podcast host Ethan Banks to discuss all things SD-WAN and implementation considerations. This presentation will be aimed at network engineers who want to understand what is the technology and what will be the impact to their existing environment when they go to deploy their very own SD-WAN solution.

Ethan has graciously agreed to grab an early flight and present for group while he is in town for the TECHunplugged conference. If you have the time, please also consider attending this conference in support of Ethan and to further increase your own knowledge about cloud computing and IT infrastructure! Additional information can be found on Ethan's blog and event registration can be found here. Ethan can also be found on the Twitters @ecbanks.

As always, food and drinks will be provided. Please insure everyone who will be attending has submitted an RSVP to insure we have both enough accommodations for everyone.

(This event is co-listed with The Chicago Cisco Systems Meetup)

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  • Jonathan H.

    I thought Ethan did a great job describing all valid considerations for SD WAN. He was very articulate and easy to understand.

    October 27

  • Steve N.

    I enjoyed it a lot. Ethan made it simple and covered really good content

    October 27

  • Nathan A.

    Very informational and relevant content

    October 26

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