Riverbed launches the Riverbed Certified Performance Engineering Program (RCPE). The program is designed for every IT professional from technical staff to CXO who is involved in managing a company’s digital performance. This includes the experience of end users, but also network management, infrastructure and support.
The RCPE programme focuses on developing the necessary knowledge and skills when it comes to digital performance. The goal is clear: to achieve business results through extra efficiency in these areas. To this end, Riverbed offers training courses within the programme, among other things.
Dan Smoot, who works as Chief Customer Officer for Riverbed, calls the new Riverbed Certified Performance Engineering program a first. According to Smoot, this is mainly due to the fact that the programme focuses on career-oriented skills and opportunities in the field of digital performance. It closes an important gap in the industry, says Smoot.
The programme is therefore part of Riverbed’s broader collaborative strategy. Our goal is to build expertise that leads to long-term and successful digital performance management strategies and solves the challenges of modern companies.
The RCPE program offers the full spectrum of the digital performance engineering and management domain and delivers both breadth and depth. It includes five specializations:
- End-user experience & application visibility
- Network & infrastructure visibility
- WAN optimization
- SD-WAN network configuration
- Virtualization and storage
And within each of these specialisations, there are four different levels at which the necessary knowledge can be acquired. There are training courses (the Performance Foundations) for all IT professionals and managers, in which the participant can determine the pace himself. Riverbed also focuses on the Associate, for a broad group of IT professionals and focuses on maintenance and support of digital performance solutions. Other training courses are for IT professionals who specialise in the design, implementation and management of digital services. There are also training courses for the experts, who are responsible for the overall delivery of important, critical digital services.This news article was automatically translated from Dutch to give Techzine.eu a head start. All news articles after September 1, 2019 are written in native English and NOT translated. All our background stories are written in native English as well. For more information read our launch article.