It is no secret that Cisco and Citrix are a match made in networking heaven. It wasn’t long ago that the chords of the Hallelujah Chorus rang through server rooms across the Citrix campus: NetScaler was recommended as the preferred ADC solution to Cisco customers worldwide.

Cue the Chorus.

As the sun began to set on the Cisco ACE platform, Citrix worked diligently to simplify the considerations and automate the migration process to ease the apprehension of late nights and long weekends for those in the technical trenches.

Sound familiar?

Whether you find yourself staring down a similar path, or you server room is already abuzz with the sights and sounds of Citrix; we want to ensure that you are prepared with the technical skill and expertise to master the technology beyond the migration.

We’re here to help.

CNS-208 Citrix NetScaler Essentials for ACE Migration

Designed specifically for those migrating from a Cisco ACE deployment, CNS-208 goes beyond the basics of migration and teaches networking professionals the skills to successfully administer, manage and support their new environment.

Instructor-led training and hands-on lab exercises in a live sandbox environment equip students with the technical skills and understanding to:

  • Identify the capabilities and functionality of NetScaler
  • Explain basic NetScaler network architecture
  • Optimize the NetScaler system for traffic handling and management
  • Troubleshoot common NetScaler network and connectivity issues
  • Identify the key steps in migrating from ACE to a NetScaler system
  • Compare and contrast the features of an ACE and NetScaler appliance

Ace your migration (and beyond!) with Citrix Education.  Purchase a Citrix Training Pass (CTP) for CNS-208 before March 31 and save 10% off!* Redeem your CTP any time over the following 12 months depending on your project timeline.

Get to know NetScaler and save!

*Offer expires March 31, 2014. Not valid with any other promotions, packages or discounts. Applies only to new purchases. Regional limitations may apply.