Training

ISC offers intensive training on ISC’s software and related technologies. Why not learn from the experts?

You could always read a book and practice on your own, but you know you will be interrupted and called away, unless you physically leave and go take a class.

Private Training

ISC’s private training equips IT professional and network engineers the knowledge and skills to most effectively run ISC software based DNS design and IP service management. Private training can be a very cost-effective alternative, because we come to your location and provide the training on your schedule. Sessions combine lectures, discussions and hands-on lab work.  For private training, contact ISC to discuss your requirements and desired timeframe.

Public Training

ISC has partnered with Men and Mice for scheduled public training classes. Each class provides a virtual server used to practice implementations and simulate Internet traffic. At the end of the training, each participant is also given a tarball of the complete lab setup as a reference tool.  Please contact Men & Mice to get more information about the public training class schedule; Men & Mice (+345) 412 1500.

Testimonials

  • 'BIND & DNSSEC Admins must attend!'

     
    Cedric, Lawrence Berkeley Labs
  • 'I received a lot of answers, even during the breaks. The instructor has been very helpful'

     
    Tomas, Oracle
  • 'Great course, full of information and interactive labs so you can implement what you have been taught in the sessions. From graduating last year and not knowing much about DNS and BIND I now have a much greater understanding of both'

    Sean, Connected-UK
  • 'Well instructed with care taken to ensure every student was successful in implementation and troubleshooting of any problems encountered.'

     
    Githinji, CENIC
  • 'I recently shifted my IT career path and had little knowledge of the DNS world. The DNSBIND course laid a solid foundation for me to be successful in my role as a systems engineer. I would strongly recommend this class to anyone at any skill level.'

    Orman, nga.mil
ISC DHCP Workshop

Summary

Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol is a network protocol that enables devices to communicate and interact with one another using Internet Protocol. The course covers the essentials of DHCP, interaction between DHCP and DNS, the future of DHCP, and industry best practices. This is a classroom-style course that combines lectures with hands-on labs.

Best For

Network Administrators, Network Architect, Network Engineer, CIOs

Prerequisites
Professionals are expected to be familiar with the UNIX environment (file structure, basic utilities) and with text editing in UNIX (vi or nano editor).

Session Details

2 Days

$1795 per person

Full Syllabus in PDF

DHCP class syllabus

 

DNSSEC Workshop

Summary

Domain Name System Security Extensions (DNSSEC) is a suite of IETF specifications for securing certain kinds of information provided by the DNS as used on IP networks. The workshop covers basics of DNS, cyber attacks and DNS threats, essentials of DNSSEC, and best practices for deployment and implementation of DNSSEC. This is a classroom-style course that combines lectures with hands-on labs.

Best For

Network Administrators, System Administrators, Network Security Engineers, CSOs

Prerequisites

Professionals are expected to be familiar with the UNIX environment (file structure, basic utilities) and with text editing in UNIX (vi or nano editor).
A basic knowledge of TCP/IP addressing is also helpful but not required.

Session Details

3 Days

$2695 per person

Full Syllabus in PDF

DNSSEC Technical Workshop Agenda

Introductory DNS and BIND

Summary

BIND is the most widely used DNS software on the Internet; currently running in over 80% of authoritative servers worldwide. Get acquainted with BIND – this course covers the BIND basics and best practices, as well as touching upon the history of DNS and the Internet. This is a classroom-style course that combines lectures with hands-on labs.

Best For

IT Associates, Entry-Level Professionals, Network Associates

Prerequisites

  • None; familiarity with shell commands is useful

Session Details

2 Days

$1795 per person

Full Syllabus in PDF

Introduction to DNS and BIND Syllabus

Introductory DNS and Advanced BIND

Summary

One of the reasons BIND is so popular is its rigid adherence to the latest relevant RFCs, including DNSSEC, Dynamic DNS Updates, Transaction Signatures (TSIG), and Domain Look-aside Validation (DLV). This course includes a 2 day introduction to DNS, then spends 3 days on BIND’s advanced features. This is a classroom-style course that combines lectures with hands-on labs.

Best For

IT Managers, Mid-Level Professionals, System Administrators, Network Administrators, CTOs

Prerequisites

  • Professionals are expected to be familiar with the UNIX environment (file structure, basic utilities) and with text editing in UNIX (vi or nano editor).
  • A basic knowledge of TCP/IP addressing is also helpful but not required.

Session Details

5 Days

$4375 per person

Full Syllabus in PDF

Advanced DNS and BIND Syllabus

 

IPv6 Fundamentals Workshop

Summary

Internet Protocol version 6 was developed by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) to deal with the long-anticipated problem of IPv4 address exhaustion. At present, ISPs and telecommunication companies are switching to the new Internet protocol, and their customers are accessing the Internet using IPv6. This three day IPv6 workshop will teach the essentials of the new IPv6 protocol, as well providing practical advice on moving forward with your own IPv6 implementation. The training emphasizes how to bring existing services such as DNS, Web, E-Mail, and NTP, into the IPv6 world.

Best For

Network Administrators, CIOs, Network Architects

Prerequisites

  • Professionals are expected to be familiar with the UNIX environment (file structure, basic utilities) and with text editing in UNIX (vi or nano editor).
  • A basic knowledge of TCP/IP addressing.

Session Details

2 Days

$1795 per person

Full Syllabus in PDF

IPv6 Fundamentals Workshop Syllabus

 

IPv6 Advanced Topics

Summary

IPv6 touches many parts of a network. IPv6 has left the “early implementers” state and is going mainstream. Today, the amount of the IPv6 traffic in the Internet doubles every 9 months, and it is expected that 50% of all traffic in the Internet will be IPv6 by 2018.

IPv6 has much more benefits than a larger address space: simpler network planning and management, new applications, leaner networks.

This IPv6 training is designed for people that have already had some IPv6 experience and knowledge, but want to dive deeper into the details IPv6 brings to network design and management. This training is being constantly updated with the latest RFCs and news from the IETF and vendors.

Best For

Network Administrators, CIOs, Network Architects

Prerequisites

  • Basic understanding of DNS
  • Professionals are expected to be familiar with the UNIX environment (file structure, basic utilities) and with text editing in UNIX (vi or nano editor).
  • Advanced knowledge of TCP/IP addressing.
  • Completion of IPv6 Fundamentals Workshop

Session Details

3 Days

$2695 per person

Full Syllabus in PDF

IPv6 Advanced Topics Syllabus

 

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