You have an extra week of fun! Capture the Flag has been extended through July 17. Register using the links below.
As a part of Cisco Live US auxiliary programs, we invite you to learn new technologies and obtain hands-on experience in a fun way by playing Capture the Flag (CTF).
Your mission: solve interesting challenges based on use-cases, technologies and solutions around different architectures. Top performers will be tracked and recognized on the platform’s leaderboard, which gives you bragging rights to share with your social networks!
There will be 3 independent, parallel CTF games running July 06 - July 17, 2020:
Enterprise Networking (EN) CTF
Data Center (DC) CTF
How to participate:
Step 1: Register on the CTF portals you’re interested in:
Step 2: Save time on your calendar July 06 - July 17. See game times below. You can spend a few minutes to several hours playing CTF; we have enough content to keep you engrossed! You also have the flexibility to spend as much time as you would like. Leave anytime, then come back later to continue from where you left off.
Game Availability Dates and Times:
PDT - July 05 – 5:00 pm to July 17 – 4:59 pm EDT - July 05 – 8:00 pm to July 17 – 7:59 pm UTC - July 06 - 0000 to July 17 - 2539
What you can expect:
EN CTF: Contains missions around designing, operating and troubleshooting with Cisco DNA Assurance & Automation, SD-Access, SD-WAN, DNA Spaces, ISE, Programmability and more. One of the missions around ISE and BYOD involves playing with your own Wireless Access Point (AP). Players can arrange one access point from this list of supported APs, along with any desktop/mobile device as a test client. More details will be provided in the game.
DC CTF: Contains missions around designing, operating and troubleshooting multicloud networking environments using DC technologies. Start with ACI Anywhere to understand how to create an automated network with consistent policies on-premises or in the cloud. Then, learn how to evolve Day 2 Operations from reactive to proactive using Cisco Network Assurance and Insights Suite.
Meraki CTF: Contains missions around using Cisco Meraki Dashboard, implementing & interpreting – Wi-fi 6, Security & Routing, SD-WAN configurations, leveraging API resources, etc.
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