Train Signal - vSphere Advanced Networking Training (2012)
Train Signal - vSphere Advanced Networking Training (2012) | ISO | 2.69 GB
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If you are a vSphere Admin who wants to further understand VMware networking or wants to learn more about the advanced features built into vSphere, then this course if for you! Taught by vExpert and tech author, Jason Nash, this course is a deep-dive into vSphere administration & troubleshooting. Learn advanced topics, like vSwitch components, port mirroring, load based teaming, vSphere security considerations and more.
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A word from the instructor, Jason Nash:
Virtualization has caused a ripple effect throughout the entire data center. We are seeing very fast evolution of storage, networking, management, and application delivery. This evolution is also leading toward far better and more integration amongst different technologies and vendors. These include:
Plug-ins to ease storage administration and provisioning
True integration with server hardware
Ties from VMware in to the network for virtual machine visibility
Integration of network security policy enforcement in to the hypervisor
Anti-malware tools that watch all VMs on a host without agents
One area seeing the most upheaval is networking. When virtualization first became mainstream it did not impact networking to any great extent. But those days are gone. Today organizations want to have multiple active data centers with tier 1 applications running virtually while offering exceptional performance, security, and fault monitoring. This has put a strain on traditional virtual networking concepts.
VMware has stepped up and added many new technologies and features to vSphere networking to help meet these new challenges head on. Offerings such as thevSphere Distributed Switch (vDS) have made management, monitoring, security, and performance tiering integral features and components of the hypervisor virtual switch.
One intriguing feature in the vDS is Network I/O Control (NIOC). NIOC takes the concept of resource pools and shares, things that most VMware administrators are familiar with for CPU and memory, and appliesthem to networking resources as well. Using NIOC the administrator can allocate and protect applications from other “chatty” virtual machines and offer guarantees of performance. Until now this really hasn’t been possible without dedicating physical network interfaces to specific applications, which increases management overhead and costs for deployment.
In our vSphere Advanced Networking course we have an entire lesson and video to help you understand the features, functions, and deployment of the vDS and NIOC. As always, we welcome any questions, comments, or general thoughts you may have as you work through the course on your way to mastering vSphere Advanced Networking.
Over 8 Hours (8 Hours, 4 Minutes, 21 Seconds) of vSphere Advanced Networking Training Videos Jam Packed on 2 DVDs!
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PDF of Instructor Notes allow you to follow along with the videos and take more organized notes
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vSphere Advanced Networking Training - Course Outline
Lesson 1 - Getting Started With vSphere Advanced Networking Training
Lesson 2 - Lab Setup and Recommendations
Lesson 3 - Let’s Talk About vSphere Networking
Lesson 4 - The Ins and Outs of VLANs
Lesson 5 - vSphere Network Security Considerations
Lesson 6 - Physically Connecting vSphere Hosts
Lesson 7 - vSphere Distributed Switch – In Depth
Lesson 8 - Migration to the vDS
Lesson 9 - Traffic Shaping and Resource Pools
Lesson 10 - Troubleshooting Network Connectivity
Lesson 11 - Next Steps