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All The Networking You Crave at Networking Field Day 26!

We’re getting closer to the end of 2021 but we couldn’t let it go without another great edition of Networking Field Day! The companies on the forefront of exciting networking technology can’t wait to share it with the community and they have chosen this event to showcase it all. We’re thrilled to be able to bring you new advances as well as tried-and-true solutions to the problems that modern IT departments face.

You’re not going to want to miss a minute of all the amazing discussions happening September 14-16, 2021:

Networking Field Day Presentation Lineup

We’re kicking things off on Tuesday, September 14th with an exciting presentation from Juniper Networks. They’re bringing us a brand new solution that sounds exciting from all the hints they’ve been sharing. Make sure you’re tuned in to see what everyone is excited about. Next up is Arista who will be talking about even more updates from their presentation earlier this year.

Wednesday is all about network monitoring and analytics. We start off with a look at what’s new with NetBeez, the company famous for their development work on Raspberry Pi compute units. They’ve branched out to include a lot of new important visibility for users and they’ll be highlighting what’s new. Following that presentation is PathSolutions, who will be giving us a look at some of the important technologies they’ve been focused on during the uptick in the work from anywhere (WFA) trend sweeping the enterprise. Their technology has increased the capabilities of remote troubleshooting immensely and you’re going to be pleased with how they can help. The final presenter on Wednesday is Kentik. They’ve impressed our previous delegates with their scalability and focus on taking on the challenging visibility issues large enterprises face, especially moving to the cloud.

Thursday starts off with Cisco and the most recent updates to their networking portfolio. There will be something for everyone there to enjoy. The next presentation comes from ZPE Systems, who is presenting for the first time. I can’t wait to learn more about them and see how they fit into the networking landscape. Thursday rounds out with our old friends at Riverbed, who will be taking us through a day in the life of an IT professional trying to understand what’s going on and how to fix the issues that crop up in our environments.

Networking Field Day Delegates

Networking Field Day is about the delegates as much as it’s about the presenters. The lineup of delegates for this event includes a couple of newcomers in Tim Bertino and Girard Kavelines. We’re very excited that they can join us and learn more from our great presentation lineup. We also have a huge list of returning talent on the Networking Field Day event page so make sure to check out who else will be in the room fielding your questions!

If you’re interested in being a part of the delegate lineup at a future Field Day event, make sure you fill out our Delegate Nomination form. Once we have your information, we can put you on the list to potentially be a delegate at a future event. You never know when you might get the call!

Tune In Live!

We’re kicking things off at 8:00am Pacific Time on Tuesday, September 14th. The live streaming video will be going on the Networking Field Day event page as well as on the Tech Field Day LinkedIn page. Make sure you check out our site and set your calendar so you don’t miss a minute of the excitement. If you do happen to miss a presentation or need to catch up on the discussion later, you can check out our Youtube channel and watch the on-demand video. If you’d like to participate live on Twitter with our delegates you can use the hashtag #NFD26 and ask questions or interact with all our great delegates and speakers. We can’t wait to see you there!

About the author

Tom Hollingsworth

Tom Hollingsworth is a networking professional, blogger, and speaker on advanced technology topics. He is also an organizer for networking and wireless for Tech Field Day.  His blog can be found at

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