Aruba Networks

Aruba Network has created a curriculum of courses to enable customers and partners to achieve the desired level of expertise needed to design, install, configure, operate and maintain Aruba Networks products. Instructor-led courses combine instruction with a large amount of hands-on lab time that simulate actual operations in a production environment. Exceed Training has been classified as Aruba ATC in the ME region with certified Trainers. Exceed training and assessment services are delivered by a team of highly qualified instructors and coaches who bring with them a wide range and skills and knowledge.

Aruba Networks offers associate, professional and expert-level mobility courses and certifications to ensure that network engineers gain essential and comprehensive knowledge to further their professional development. With mobility certification, network engineers become the go-to resource for designing, deploying and troubleshooting large-scale WLANs.
aruba_networks_3 Boost your BYOD aptitude with ClearPass technical training – policy management, device onboarding and profiling, guest access, 802.1X provisioning, and endpoint posture assessments and health checks. Upon completion, you’ll be able to secure and manage network access for iOS, Android, Windows and Mac OS X devices across wireless, wired and VPNs.
Maximize your investment in AirWave, which gives you the end-to-end visibility and control to manage users and devices on the network. The curriculum covers AirWave installation, configuration and operation through structured labs and a series of progressive hands-on exercises, from single-vendor networks to complex multivendor infrastructures.
aruba_networks_4 Get to the foundation of wireless mesh network design and deployment. This rigorous course of study includes topology design for Wi-Fi access and backhaul, mesh path optimization, and mesh router configuration and provisioning. Interactive labs ensure the development of critical skills necessary to manage and troubleshoot wireless mesh networks.