Pluralsight – Microsoft Azure Architecture for AWS Architects by John Savill

Pluralsight – Microsoft Azure Architecture for AWS Architects by John Savill
English | Size: 342.98 MB
Category: Cloud-Comp | Microsoft | Networking

AWS and Azure both have a large number of services and often there are equivalent services between the clouds. It can be difficult as an architect looking at a new cloud to identify which solutions should be used based on your existing knowledge. In this course, Microsoft Azure Architecture for AWS Architects, you’ll learn how to utilize your existing skill set to enable you to architect solutions in Microsoft Azure. First, you’ll discover which solutions to use in Azure, based on AWS utilization. Next, you’ll explore the key technologies around compute, storage, network, data, and identity. Finally, you’ll learn how to utilize a hybrid cloud with Azure. By the end of this course, you’ll have the necessary knowledge to start building solutions on the Azure cloud. [Read more…]

Pluralsight – Linux Performance Monitoring and Tuning (Released 9 Jan 2018)

Pluralsight – Linux Performance Monitoring and Tuning (Released 9 Jan 2018)
English | Size: 301.25 MB
Category: E-learning | Linux | others

You’ve probably spent time worrying about the health and welfare of your Linux servers. Wouldn’t you love some insight into what’s really going going on under the hood and, more importantly, into setting up a monitoring protocol that will alert you quickly if things seem to be heading south again?
In Linux Performance Monitoring and Tuning, you will learn how to identify and manage the way application processes handle CPU, memory, network, and storage resources.
You will also learn to use and interpret tools like systemctl, top, iftop, nice, cgroups, and tc, how to monitor the performance of fleets of servers using Collectd, Nagios, and nmon. [Read more…]

Pluralsight – Implementing Windows Server 2016 Distributed Networking Services by Peter Grant

Pluralsight – Implementing Windows Server 2016 Distributed Networking Services by Peter Grant
English | Size: 497.64 MB
Category: Tutorial

Many organizations have distributed data across multiple sites and all users expect quick data access no matter where they reside. In this course, Implementing Windows Server 2016 Distributed Networking Services, you’ll learn about the two core distributed data technologies built into Windows Server and how each can be used to address different use cases. You’ll start by learning DFS and DFS Replication and then you’ll look at BranchCache and how and when that should be used as an alternative solution. At the end of this course, you’ll be able to describe each of the technologies, which problems they solve, and how to implement and troubleshoot them. [Read more…]

Pluralsight – Implement Windows Server 2016 IP Address Management (IPAM)

Pluralsight – Implement Windows Server 2016 IP Address Management (IPAM)
English | Size: 456.67 MB
Category: Tutorial

This course will teach you how to deploy, manage, and secure Windows Server 2016 IPAM servers.
This course is useful for those deploying and managing IPAM in their production environments as well as those pursuing the 70-741 exam. In this course, Implement Windows Server 2016 IP Address Management (IPAM), you’ll learn, from a basic to advanced level of the Windows Server IPAM role, specifically the implementation available in Windows Server 2016. First, you’ll explore IPAM concepts, prerequisites, deployment topologies, and deployment options. [Read more…]

Pluralsight – Getting Started with VMware PowerCLI and Automation by Aaron Rosenmund

Pluralsight – Getting Started with VMware PowerCLI and Automation by Aaron Rosenmund
English | Size: 290.11 MB
Category: VMware

Virtualization is becoming more pervasive in the data center than ever before and as these environments scale, the requirement for administrators to do more with less is never-ending. In this course, Getting Started with VMware PowerCLI and Automation, you’ll learn the fundamental knowledge of VMware command line tools and work flows to excel in the automation of everyday administration of VMware vSphere environments. First, you will learn the basic concepts of VMware’s command line tools and how to install them.
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PluralSight – Cisco CCNA Data Center Nexus, Advanced Switching & SAN

PluralSight – Cisco CCNA Data Center Nexus, Advanced Switching & SAN
English | Size: 605.56 MB
Category: CBTs

The CCNA Data Center covers a wide range of technologies found in the data center. In this course, we dive deep into LAN architecture with the Cisco Nexus line of switches, their specific use cases, and how to perform initial setup and configuration. We’ll also look at advanced switching techniques, such as Virtual Port Channels, FabricPath, and Virtual Device Contexts (VDCs). Finally, we’ll switch gears and focus on Storage Area Network (SAN) design and implementation with the Cisco MDS line of switches, including port types, Virtual SAN (VSAN), zoning, masking, and Fabric Login (FLOGI). [Read more…]

Pluralsight Linux Network Client Management (LPIC-2- Released11 Jan 2018)

Pluralsight Linux Network Client Management (LPIC-2- Released11 Jan 2018)
English | Size: 542.59 MB
Category: CBTs

Providing network clients with an IP Address on the network via DHCP is essential to any communication. This course will cover this topic as well as provisioning user accounts to clients with openLDAP.

Course Overview2m 13s
Introduction to Network Client Management11m 46s
The Lab Environment26m 43s
Installing the DHCP Server30m 38s
Understanding DHCP Logs and IPv629m 23s
Installing the openLDAP Server28m 17s
Managing openLDAP Servers41m 10s
Sharing LDAP Accounts23m 31s
Managing PAM [Read more…]

Pluralsight – Security, Collaboration, and Wireless Network Design for CCDA DESGN (200-310)

Pluralsight – Security, Collaboration, and Wireless Network Design for CCDA DESGN (200-310)
English | Size: 146.66 MB
Category: Cisco | Networking

This course is designed for network engineers interested in deploying firewalls, telephony or wifi in their designs.
At the beginning of every network life sits a network designer who must weigh the requirements of the future network applications and put forth a design that will fulfill those requirements with the resources available. This course, Security, Collaboration, and Wireless Network Design for CCDA DESGN (200-310), deals with some more esoteric options available compared to standard switching and routing. First, you’ll look at the security landscape in regards to threats, policies, and equipment available. [Read more…]

Pluralsight – Unity 2D Physics Fundamentals

Pluralsight – Unity 2D Physics Fundamentals
English | Size: 222.4MB
Category: Tutorial

Learning how to make games has never been as easy as it’s been now with collision, and physics pre made and ready for use. In this course, Unity 2D Physics Fundamentals, you’ll learn how physics and collision work in games. First, you’ll discover how collision works with simple objects in the Unity game engine. Next, you’ll take these objects and give them physics. Finally, you’ll be manipulating them through scripting. Where you’re finished with this course, you’ll have a foundational knowledge of basic 2D physics and collision that will help you as you move forward in Unity development. Software required: Unity. [Read more…]

Pluralsight – Advanced HVAC Duct Design in Revit MEP

Pluralsight – Advanced HVAC Duct Design in Revit MEP
English | Size: 539.5MB
Category: Tutorial

At the core of designing a HVAC system is a thorough understanding of what goes into a MEP HVAC design. In this course, Advanced HVAC Duct Design in Revit MEP, you will learn the settings within Revit that you will need to adjust to create accurate loads. Next, you will see how to create and evaluate load calculations. And finally, how to apply your load information to a Ductwork layout. When you finish this course, you will have a detailed understanding of HVAC loads and HVAC design in Revit MEP that will help you to become more efficient in you design process. Software required: Revit MEP 2017. [Read more…]