Join us in January for the Nutanix NPX Design Boot Camp

Join us in January for the Nutanix NPX Design Boot Camp
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Can you believe it, the new year is just around the corner and what better way to dive right in and get things started with a Nutanix NPX Enterprise Solution Design Boot Camp. Now is a great time to think about setting your goals for 2018 and put together a plan to achieve them.

We have 2 NPX Boot Camps coming up in January.
Nutanix NPX Enterprise Solution Design Boot Camp, January 8-12 2018
Nutanix NPX Enterprise Solution Design Boot Camp, January 15-19 2018

This boot camp will provide attendees with a technical deep dive into Nutanix- based solutions and the NPX solution design methodology. The focus will be on designing Nutanix-based multi-hypervisor solutions capable of supporting enterprise-class applications according to clearly defined service level agreements and not a traditional ILT course.

Participants will choose a hypervisor, divide into teams, and engage in a series of role-play exercises to extract the business requirements, risks, and constraints that will shape their solutions. The boot camp includes design presentations and Q&A sessions similar to those required in the NPX Design Review (NDR).

After the boot camp, attendees will be enrolled in the NPX mentor program with the expectation that they will certify approximately 6 months upon boot camp completion.

Put your plan into action for 2018 and join your peers as you journey together to achieve The Nutanix Platform Expert (NPX) certification and open a world of new possibilities.

Don’t delay your registration hope to see you in San Jose, continue the conversation in our NPX community forum.

There is a great quote from Nelson Mandela - "It always seems impossible until it's done" Give it a go today!

P.S. Don't be shy to ping other NPX certificate holders here on the community or on Twitter. Be sure to check out npx8 - Nutanix NPX By The Numbers spreadsheet.

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Are there any plans to do these outside the US? In the UK maybe?