INE – Network Virtualization with VMware NSX


INE – Network Virtualization with VMware NSX
English | Size: 511.95 MB
Genre: eLearning

Course Description: This course provides a complete explanation of network virtualization. Beginners will love the simple explanation of network concepts such as ARP, MTU, switching, and routing fundamentals. From there we will learn about virtual switches available with vSphere. NSX Switching, routing, and security lessons will follow.
DURATION: 5HR 45MIN
RELEASE DATE: DECEMBER 14, 2016
Course Outline:
Course Introduction
Virtual Networking
vSphere Standard Switches
vSphere Distributed Switches
Virtual Switch Features
Introduction to NSX
VXLAN and VTEPs
VTEPs and NIC Teaming
Logical Switch Fundamentals
Transport Zones
NSX Controller Cluster :: Part 1
NSX Controller Cluster :: Part 2
NSX Controller Cluster Slicing
Replication Modes
Impact of VXLAN on the Physical Network
Distributed Logical Router
Quality of Service
L2 Bridging
Static vs. Dynamic Routing
NSX Edge
Dynamic Routing
ECMP
NSX Edge HA
Cluster Deployment Options
L2VPN
IPSEC VPN
SSL VPN Plus
NSX Edge NAT
NSX Edge Load Balancing
NSX Firewall Services
Service Composer
Service Composer and Third Party Solutions
Cross-vCenter NSX2 Videos
Cross-vCenter NSX Fundamentals
Cross-vCenter NSX Architecture

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