DATE: THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 2017
Time: 7:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Join Centriq Training at this year’s Kansas City IT Symposium.
About the Event
On behalf of the conference planning committee, we invite you to join us at the 2017 KC IT Symposium. As the host and driving force behind this unique conference we are confident you will find your experience to be beneficial through the information you received, the relationships generated, and exciting keynote lineup. It is our goal to create an event that provides an unprecedented opportunity for our region’s IT leadership to gather and explore new ways to maintain a competitive advantage in a global economy and allow collaboration across the region’s Information Technology population. Additionally, it is the goal of the conference committee to create an event which celebrates Information Technology’s achievement and innovation taking place all around us in the corporate, government, and academia sector. With annual participation of this event expected to top over 500 IT executives representing over 150 of the region’s top IT organizations again, you can’t afford to miss this premier IT event. We look forward to seeing you there.
DATE: SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 2017
Time: 9:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
DevFest KC 2017 is a 100% community organized developer conference with industry experts presenting on exciting topics including mobile, web, cloud, virtual reality, machine learning, and much more!
Use the discount code Centriq17 at checkout to receive $5 off your purchase.
This complimentary Cloud Computing seminar will provide a demonstration of both Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure. It will be delivered by Rafiq Wayani, a Certified Microsoft and Oracle Trainer. No prior knowledge of Cloud Computing or either technology is necessary to benefit from this event. There will be an opportunity for Q&A at the end of the seminar, so feel free to come with questions.
Date: Tuesday, february 7, 2017
Time: 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
THIS EVENT IS FULL; TO BE ADDED TO THE WAITLIST, CLICK HERE.
DATE: Thursday, FEBRUARY 9, 2017
Time: 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
AMAZON WEB SERVICES
Amazon Web Services (AWS) provides on-demand computing resources and services in the cloud, with pay-as-you-go pricing. For example, you can run a server on AWS that you can log on to, configure, secure, and run just as you would a server that’s sitting in front of you.
Using AWS resources instead of your own is like purchasing electricity from a power company instead of running your own generator, and it provides many of the same benefits: capacity exactly matches your need, you pay only for what you use, economies of scale result in lower costs, and the service is provided by a vendor experienced in running large-scale networks.
What Can I Do with AWS?
You can use AWS to make it easier to build and manage your websites and applications. The following are some common uses for AWS:
- Store public or private data.
- Host a dynamic website, or web app. These websites include classic three-tier applications, with web, application, and database tiers.
- Support students or online training programs.
- Process business and scientific data.
- Handle peak loads.
Microsoft Azure is Microsoft’s application platform for the public cloud. The goal of this article is to give you a foundation for understanding the fundamentals of Azure, even if you don’t know anything about cloud computing.
The Components of Azure
Azure groups services into categories in the Management Portal and on various visual aids. The Management Portal is what you use to manage most services in Azure.
During the seminar, we will use a different organization to talk about services based on similar function, and to call out important sub-services that a part of larger ones.
Microsoft has invested heavily in Windows Azure over the past few years. Six data centers across three continents have been developed to serve millions of customers. They have been built with an optimized power efficiency mechanism, self-cooling containers, and hardware homogeneity, which differentiates them from other data centers.
Snacks and beverages will be provided courtesy of Centriq Training. We hope 1 – 2 members of a company’s IT and/or management team will be able to attend.
You’re Invited! Join us for this free webinar as we discuss the features and benefits of Cisco ACI. Make the most of your engineering skills!
This webinar will run twice:
- Monday, November 21, 2016 at 3:00 CST
- Tuesday, November 22, 2016 at 11:00 CST
- 90 Minutes each session
- Introduction to ACI and it’s operational benefits including the latest 2.x features and benefits
- What is SDN?
- What is Cisco’s ACI and how is it unique?
- The learning curve and how to make the most of your existing engineering skills
- VXLAN and L3 overlays
- The ACI policy and tenant model
- Integration with hypervisors (third party)
- Integration with L4-7 Services (third party)
- Architectures and migration strategies
- Automation, troubleshooting and monitoring
For more information, contact a Centriq Training Advisor at 913.322.7062 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Some things have changed in Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® 7 in the areas of directories, file system structure, and systemd as it relates to service control.
Did you know that /usr was so named for being the Unix System Resources directory? Learn how this, and the other top-level directories, are used by Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® 7. Additionally, we’ll be taking a look at systemd, which will be especially helpful if you’ve not yet started with systemd. We’ll cover design and some everyday commands and tasks.
Join this webinar in which we’ll cover these topics:
- Identifying top-level directories and usage
- Reviewing changes to the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 file system structure
- The architecture and moving pieces of systemd as it relates to service control
- Some handy systemctl commands
Once you register, you will login for the session that best fits your schedule.
Date: Thursday, October 27, 2016
Time: 9 a.m. EDT / 6 a.m. PDT
Duration: 60 minutes
Date: Thursday, October 27, 2016
Time: 2 p.m. EDT / 11 a.m. PDT
Duration: 60 minutes
Tuesday, October 18, 2016 from 8 AM – 4:30 PM
Overland Park Marriott, 10800 Metcalf Ave. Overland Park, KS 66210
This event delivers training on all of Cisco’s core architectures, including Enterprise Networks, Security, Data Center, Collaboration and the Internet of Things (IoT). Sessions will include updates on product innovations and road-maps, live demonstrations and best practices.
Centriq Training is proud to be a sponsor of this event, so you can participate free of charge.Read More
Date: Thursday, November 3, 2016
Time: 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Is Angular the future? Web Assembly is coming.
Doug Hoff, Technical Trainer for Centriq Training, will provide an overview of Angular, the history of Web Architecture and his perspective of where things are headed during this complimentary Lunch and Learn.
Angular isn’t the future of Web Development, it’s the present. It’s one part of a pattern of enterprise architecture that businesses need to understand.Read More
Centriq’s free Continuing Education Events are exclusively for alumni of Centriq’s TechSmart KC program.
Join us for the Kansas City Technology Networking Events August Tech Happy Hour at BHC Rhodes!
Come ready to network with other like minded tech individuals. We will have food, drink and drawings for great prizes.
- BCH Rhodes – 7101 College Blvd, #400 (in the Darth Vader building), Overland Park, KS 66210
Use code techkc04 to receive free entry to this event.
Thank you to our sponsors, Harman, Unite Private Networks, Enterprise Bank, Centriq Training, Tech Orchard, Netrality Properties (1102 Grand) and BHC Rhodes! Other sponsorship opportunities are available.
Email email@example.com for more information. We look forward to seeing you there!
Building your First IoT Project (Adam Barney)
What: KC .NET User Group July 2016 Meeting
When: Tuesday, July 26, 2016 from to
Where: VinSolutions, 5700 Broadmoor Street, Mission, KS
9th Floor, park in front or on top (uncovered) deck of covered parking garage.
Building your First IoT Project
So you’ve written hello world (blinked an LED) a hundred times with your Raspberry Pi or other IoT device, you’ve read books and endless blog posts, been super excited about projects you’ve seen on Instructables or Hackster.io, but still don’t have the confidence to jump in and make your first REAL IoT project. We’ll go over some ideas for good starter projects, and build one from start to finish!
Speaker: Adam Barney (@cabarney)
Adam is a nerd. That kept me humble and nearly friendless (*sniff*) through school, but I wear it as a badge of honor now. After buying a Commodore 64 with money from his paper route in the 4th grade, he’s never stopped learning about computers and how to make these stupid machines do cool things. I am a Microsoft C# MVP and ASP Insider, running my independent consulting company from my home in Lincoln, NE. In my spare time, I run a user group and a couple developer conferences, and generally take on way more work than I have time for. I can also be found speaking at many mid-west user groups, code camps and developer conferences.