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Infrastructure Partner Experience Skills Worldwide

Invest in your skills development – Enroll today for IBM Systems Technical University in Atlanta

When you build your skills, you build your value to your company, your team and your clients. IBM Systems Technical University (TechU) events help you expand your skill set. For more than two decades, TechU events have delivered IBM’s most comprehensive systems training for IBM Power Systems, IBM Storage and IBM Z. From Bangkok to Berlin, you can choose from a range of global technical universities in 2019. Here’s a video clip of what’s in store.

The first TechU in North America runs April 29 – May 3 in Atlanta, GA. As an IBM Business Partner, tuition is only USD 500 with your PGI voucher and USD 0 with your Competency voucher.

Plus, your clients can pay USD 2,295 on tuition—a USD 200 savings—if they enroll with the early bird rate. You too can take advantage of the early bird rate if you don’t qualify for vouchers. But don’t wait. This special early bird rate ends February 15, 2019.

If you’re a true-blue “techie,” here are five reasons you’ll want to attend TechU in Atlanta:

Grow your skills through more than 700 in-depth lectures, demos and labs delivered by IBM Distinguished Engineers, developers and product experts. Learn how to plan, architect, install, configure, migrate, operate and tune IBM infrastructure on IBM Power Systems, IBM Storage and IBM Z.

Accelerate learning for rookies with specialized tracks for beginners. Back by popular demand are dedicated tracks of courses for newbies. These “rookies” tracks are designed to give you a fast start in using these products. Choose from the following tracks:

    • z/OS for Rookies
    • Linux and LinuxONE for Rookies
    • Power/AIX for Rookies
    • Storage for Rookies

     
    Showcase your expertise with IBM Professional Certification. IBM Professional Certification is a valuable credential earned by thousands of IT professionals. IBM TechU featuring IBM Power Systems and Storage offers certification testing on IBM Systems products. All exams are offered at a special rate of only USD 100—a 50-percent discount from what you’d pay at a testing center.

    Explore AI, machine learning and deep learning in the Cognitive Systems track. Cognitive solutions are set to transform the world in dramatic ways. IBM experts share their deep technical expertise in applied AI, model tuning, GPUs and distributed systems, and workload provisioning and management. You can explore the concepts of AI, machine learning and deep learning along with industry use cases, best practices, development frameworks and industry tools.

    Expand your professional network when you connect with peers and product developers. Post-conference surveys reveal that professional networking consistently ranks as a top reason people attend IBM TechU events. With its midsized venue, Atlanta TechU makes it easy for you to meet and mingle with IBM product developers and others who use similar technologies. Throughout the week, multiple opportunities are available for exchanging ideas and business cards!

    Don’t miss out on this unparalleled skill building. Enroll today for IBM Systems Technical University, April 29 – May 3 in Atlanta, Georgia.

    Mario Franzone
    Manager IBM Lab Services, Worldwide Technical Training Events

     

Mario Franzone has been the Manager of the WW Lab Services TechU Team since July of 2017. Prior to that he has been a leader and manager for 30+ years in multiple roles across all areas of the Integrated Supply Chain. He is a member of IBM Faculty Academy teaching new manager classes and is an Agile Champion.

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