Networking with Myanmar Networkers
Yangon – 3 & 4 May, 2014
Myanmar Engineering Society (MES) Building
Level 3 Function Hall
Hlaing Universities’ Campus, Yangon
3 & 4 May, 2014
9:00am – 5:30 PM
Zay Yar Phyoe
CCIE#24573 (R&S, SP), CCDP, CCNP Security, CCNP Wireless, JNCIS-M
Master of Networking and System Administration (Charles Stuart University, Australia)
Regional Consultant at 3D Networks Singapore. Founder and Lead Mentor at Burmese Internetwork Mentors (BIM)
CISSP, CISM, CISA, ITIL, ISO27002, COBIT, MCT, MCSE: Security, RHCI, RHCE
Director – Program (Workshop) at ISACA Singapore Chapter
Lecturer, Diploma in Cyber & Digital Security, Temasek Polytechnic, Singapore
Thein Myint Khine (Guest Speaker)
Bachelor of Engineering (Yangon Institute of Technology)
Head of Core Network at Yatanarpon Teleport Public Company Limited
CCNP, CCNA Voice, CCSA, MCSE & MCSA
Bachelor of Computer Technology (University of Computer Studies Mandalay, Myanmar)
Senior Network Consultant IBM Singapore. Senior Mentor at Burmese Internetwork Mentors (BIM)
Nay Win Aung
CCIE #37872 (R&S), CCNP, CDCADS, MCSA & MCSE
Bachelor of Arts (University of Distance Education, Yangon)
Senior Network Engineer (Regional) at 3D Networks Singapore. Senior Mentor at Burmese Internetwork Mentors (BIM)
Day 1 – Seminars
9:30 – Networkers, Skill-sets and The Future
by Zay Yar Phyoe
The use of Internet technologies is growing exponentially and research shows that ICT and broadband adoption can help promote economic success. However, acquiring new technologies is not enough. Countries must build their human capacity to take full advantage of ICT. Network-powered innovation is increasing the demand for trained ICT professionals. Are we ready?
There are generalists. There are specialists. And now, there are professionals. Global Economy has become more and more knowledge-based and next generation professionals are required to successfully lead organizations in the new economy. But, what does it take to be a “Next-Gen Professionals”.
With the emergence of Network visualizations, Software-defined Networks, etc., Are the networking skills going to become irrelevant? How do we prepare ourselves? And the million dollar question, what the future is like for network engineers.
11:00 – Information Security Certifications & Career Guidance
by Phone Myint
Information Security has always been a last resort for any companies in terms of value and budget, hence this area is extremely important for any businesses that would like to leverage on Information Technology. The speaker will talk about the various vendor neutral and vendor specific Information Security certifications and how it can attract some of the largest companies in the world and how to build your career with extensive CV / Resume tips.
13:30 – ISP Networks and Technologies
by Thein Myint Khine
Before, Internet is business used. Now a days, it is social and our daily life. Internet service is necessary for all of us. Speaker will talk about Internet Service Providers’ typical networks, technologies and related services.
14:30 – Supercharge your IT Career
by Pyay Khaing
As you know, we live in a world full of wonderful electrical gadgets and technological advancements. We will always remember to upgrade our gadgets, software and so on. But we tend to forget to upgrade ourselves. The speaker will talk about why is it also important to upgrade ourselves. How can we achieve work life balance & live a more happy, prosperous and successful life.
15:45 – Data Center Interconnect
by Nay Win
Today’s business is more distributed and mobile than ever, and companies are moving existing servers, building new data centers, and clustering servers in geographically separate locations (geo-clustering) to provide high-performance, nonstop access to critical business applications and information. The Data Center Interconnect (DCI) framework helps to enable new, value-added use cases and service offerings for your internal and external customers and partners. Connecting data centers facilitates distributed resource pooling and sharing, as well as rapid workload elasticity, and the ability to scale vertically and horizontally based on consumer demand. Additionally, DCI can provide an effective IT framework for business continuity and disaster recovery.
Day 2 – Networking Fundamentals Class by BIM
Detail for this course can be found here :
- What is a network and how does it work?
- Local Area Network (LAN) and Wireless LAN (WLAN)
- Network Routing Basics
- IP Addressing and Routing
- Internet and Wide Area Network (WAN)
- Network Protocols and Services