After very successful trainings in Arusha (2013), Mwanza (2014) and Zanzibar (2015), the 2016 tzNOG training (tzNOG 4) is planned to take place in Dar es Salaam.

 

When: 21st to 26th August 2016.     WhereWhitesands Hotel.

 

On 21st August 2016 - Bootcamp (starting at 1400hrs) 

 

Training tracks:

a)  Routing and Switching (R&S)

This track is focused towards IT engineers interested in sharpening their operational skills in Computer Networks Engineering.

 

 b)Scalable Internet Services (SIS)

This track is focused on the design and operation of email, web and other Internet services, in ways that can scale to handle large numbers of end users.

 

c)Network Management & Monitoring (NMM)

 

This track is designed for systems & networks monitoring and management as well as problem response. The track is intended to those who manage diverse Network and NOC operations.

 

Available seats:

30 (maximum) per class or track. First come First serve subject to meeting minimum requirements

 

Registration link:  http://goo.gl/u84Rkk

 

Training Fee:

TZS 300,000/=  (if you pay before 15th August 2016)

TZS 350,000/=  (if you pay between 15th - 20th August 2016)

Onsite registration is TZS 400,000/= (Registration onsite is discouraged)

 

Note that:

a) Make fee payment after approval of your participation;

b) Payments at site are discouraged;

c) The fee does NOT cover dinner and accommodation.

 

How to pay:

a) Cash or Cheque (tzNOG Project) at tzNIC offices;

b) Bank deposit – CRDB Bank, Account No. 0150014152702, Account Name: tzNOG Project

Once done, send the scanned bank slip with your name and registered track (SIS, R&S or NMM) to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Minimum selection requirements:

Technical staff managing internet resources/infrastructure such as mail servers, web servers, etc within their institutions. Participant should have some Linux/UNIX experience and knowledge of TCP/IP protocols and layer 2 and layer 3 network basics.