.NEXT 2020

The .NEXT Conference will be hosted virtually this year so be sure to mark September 8-11, 2020 on your calendar and register ASAP! The conference agenda is packed and you’re welcome to check it out here!

Outside of the conference being hosted for FREE, there are numerous reasons to join. They include keynotes that will provide the latest on IT technologies that span across hyperconvergence and hybrid clouds. Additionally, you can use this platform to connect with Nutanix, Nutanix Nation and fellow NTC’s.

Need more? How about a Live Test Drive with a Nutanix product? This includes hands-on interactive labs to fully immerse in AHV, Prism, Era, Karbon, and Calm.

If you’re looking for information that pertains to Nutanix training and certifications, click here. This will include .NEXT education courses, certification opportunities, and hands-on labs. Did I mention Nutanix is providing all attendees a discount code which provides a free exam for any of the following certifications (NCP-MCI, NCM-MCI, NCS-C or NCSE)?

Free Nutanix Exam for .NEXT attendees
Free Nutanix Exam for .NEXT attendees

Need more reasons why you should pursue certification? Check out the Nutanix Community Podcast hosted by Angelo Luciani who happens to be one of the nicest people on the planet. The Certification and Education series (four segments) with NPX Rene van den Bedem.

Additional resources can be found below:

Unfortunately, we will not have the opportunity to meet in person this year but don’t let the this opportunity to learn, connect and socialize with everyone in the community slide by.

Hope to see you there!




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