Delivering High Performance, Resilient and Secure Networks
The importance of high-performance, highly-available and secure OT (Operational Technology) networks has never been greater. As industrial networks migrate from proprietary networks to IP-based networks, those who are responsible for developing and maintaining these networks are faced with the considerable challenge of managing the underlying complexity and scope of technologies that were developed for the IT world.
SolutionsPT delivers a staged approach to infrastructure development, providing the delivery of a high performance, resilient and secure network in a managed environment. We help our customers to harden their OT network to meet the ever increasing demand for performance, availability, connectivity and security.
A 3-day course delivered By Cisco CCNA certified instructors with industrial networking experience. The course is designed to meet the needs and experience level of Automation Engineers responsible for managing today’s Ethernet-based industrial networks. During the course, delegates will be guided through the basics of industrial networking, network switching and network security.
SolutionsPT is an authorised training partner for Wiley, the renowned technical publisher. Our training course uses the Wiley Cisco CCENT Study Guide, together with associated presentation materials. This guide is complemented by specific OT Networking course notes. Each delegate receives a copy of the notes and the Study Guide.
The course provides practical understanding of industrial networking, using training rigs comprising of:
- Layer 3 and Layer 2 devices
- Access switches in a ring network
- Industrial firewalls
Who Should Attend?
This course is designed to meet the needs and experience level of Automation Engineers responsible for managing today’s Ethernet-based industrial networks. The course also provides a good platform for those wishing to continue their training in order to become Cisco-certified and/or Hirschmann-certified.
A basic understanding of industrial networking and binary notation.