NOC Meeting and Network Monitoring and Measurement Workshop

Venue: Information Technology Center, University of Peradeniya
Duration: 3 days
Class size: 60
Target group: network administrators/engineers from LEARN member institutions (one who deals with the campus network)
Program Level: Intermediate/Advance
Course fee: free of charge (two nights accommodation sharing basis, refreshment, lunch, dinner and break-first will be provided)
Date: 27th to 29th November 2017
Note: Participants are requested to bring a laptop (4GB RAM, 25GB free disk space) with VirtualBox or any other suitable hypervisor installed
Application closing: 13th Nov 2017

NOC Meeting

LEARN had two workshops recently,

  1. Eduroam workshop
  2. Deployment of IPv6 in Campus network workshop

NOC meeting 2017 (day 1) is to review the progress you have made and to share your experience of above two. Each institute is expected to do a 10 minute presentation of the same.

Workshop Goals

By definition, the network monitoring is the use of a system that constantly monitors a computer network for slow or failing systems and that notifies the network administrator in case of outages via email, pager, SMS or other alarms. LEARN believe that no institute can run a better network without having a monitoring system. It is a basic requirement for every institute to have a monitoring system.

On the other hand, system admin should be able to constantly measure the real network bandwidth and it's performance to make sure that the each segments of network has no bottlenecks.

The two days workshop covers all essentials of network monitoring and measurement needed in a Campus network.


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