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  1. Instructor: Brian McGahan Released: 2013 Video Format: FLV Resolution: 1280×720 File Size: 97 GB Home Page CCIE Data Center :: Written Video Course Download Join the world’s most highly respected and experienced team of CCIE instructors for 23+ hours of comprehensive training. The CCIE Data Center Written Exam video course is specifically designed for students who want to focus on the topics and technologies covered in the CCIE Data Center Written Exam. This thorough and well-structured learning tool will give you the solid foundation of concepts you’ll need to pass the CCIE Data Center Written Exam and also prepare you to continue straight on to CCIE lab exam preparation. This course is also an excellent choice for current CCIEs who want to reaffirm their knowledge from a theoretical standpoint and prepare to recertify from any CCIE track on the technologies covered on the CCIE Data Center Written Exam blueprint. This online course is taught by Brian McGahan, CCIEx3 #8593 (Routing & Switching, Security, Service Provider), and Mark Snow, CCIEx2 #14073 (Voice, Security). CCIE Data Center :: Written Overview CCIE Data Center :: Written Outline :: Runtime 23 hours 34 minutes Introduction Cisco Data Center Architecture Nexus 7000 Hardware Architecture Nexus 7000 High Availability Nexus 5000 & 2000 Hardware Architecture Nexus Virtual Device Contexts (VDCs) Nexus Layer 2 & Layer 3 LAN Switching Nexus Virtual Port Channels (vPCs) Nexus Fabric Path :: Part 1 Nexus Fabric Path :: Part 2 Nexus Overlay Transport Virtualization (OTV) NX-OS Storage Networking Architecture NX-OS Fibre Channel Switching :: Part 1 NX-OS Fibre Channel Switching :: Part 2 NX-OS Fibre Channel NPV & NPIV NX-OS IP Storage NX-OS Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE) UCS :: Components and Architecture :: Part 1 UCS :: Components and Architecture :: Part 2 UCS :: Components and Architecture :: Part 3 UCS :: LAN Modes and Behaviors :: Part 1 UCS :: LAN Modes and Behaviors :: Part 2 UCS :: LAN Modes and Behaviors :: Part 3 UCS :: LAN Modes and Behaviors :: Part 4 UCS :: SAN Modes and Behaviors UCS :: Pools UCS :: Service Profiles UCS :: Administration RBAC and Security Network Virtualization :: Part 1 Network Virtualization :: Part 2 Network Virtualization :: Part 3 Application Networking Services Do not post useless "thank you" post. If you want to see the content of the hidden links Please use the "Thanks" button as shown in the announcements [Hidden Content] Posting an answer will NOT reveal the hidden content. All following useless "thank you" will be removed. [Hidden Content] Needs a Premium Account in order to download.
  2. Up and Running with Amazon Web Services English | 1h 43m | AVC1 960x540 15 fps | AAC 96 Kbps 48 KHz | 497 MB Genre: eLearning | Level: Intermediate Discover how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be leveraged to deploy and scale your web applications. Author Jon Peck demonstrates how to build a simple application leveraging the Amazon cloud services while introducing the wide variety of products and services provided with AWS. This course starts with an overview of the foundational services, such as Amazon EC2 for virtual servers, Amazon S3 for online data storage, and Amazon RDS for a scalable database solution. Plus, explore how application services such as the Amazon Simple Notification Service can reduce overhead. Jon combines these services in the final chapter, where he builds, deploys, and monitors an application. Topics include: * What is Amazon Web Services? * Understanding the AWS terminology * Exploring the foundation services * Using tools for managing and administration of AWS * Signing up for services * Launching and managing EC2 instances * Configuring the software development kit (SDK) with AWS credentials * Storing objects in Amazon S3 * Pushing notifications * Managing the workflow [Hidden Content]
  3. Udemy - Local Marketing Blueprint English | Flash Video | MP4 / AVC 1272kb/s | 1280x720 | 2 hours | AAC 62kb/s | + 3 PDF Guides + 1 DOC | 1.01 GB Genre: Business, Job Business owners - The world is changing VERY rapidly and what people are trying to sell you is often times years old! In this course I am going to walk you through everything you need to not only prepare for the future but also be light years ahead of your competitors. The udemy platform is perfect for this course whether you are going to do the tasks yourself or have someone on your team do it. The content remains forever! Screenshot [Hidden Content]
  4. CBT Nuggets – Amazon Web Services: AWS Foundations with Jeremy Cioara English | Audio: mp3, 32000 Hz, mono, 128 kb/s AVI | Video: msmpeg4, yuv420p, 1280x720, 15.00 fps® | 3.65 GB Genre: Video Training Delve into the world of Amazon Web Services (AWS) with trainer Jeremy Cioara. If you’re trying to establish a cloud presence, AWS offers a cost-effective, scalable infrastructure. Jeremy covers what AWS is, how it works, and how you (and your organization) can get started using it. This series is full of cool technology, but the biggest “way-cool” factor is the complete shift in the way we think about and handle Information Technology! With AWS, you no longer have to build your own world-wide IT enterprise solution to deliver amazing cloud-based services. Jeremy walks you through how to sign up for an AWS account, create and use instances, Virtual Private Cloud (VPC), Simple Storage Service (S3), and more. You’ll also see a real-life case study on a company called CBT Nuggets that migrated its services to AWS. Find out how easy it is to use AWS, and how to make the powerful features of AWS work for you. Course Outline Amazon Web Services: AWS Foundations – Getting the Most from this Series AWS Foundations: How to Build a Cloud Presence AWS Foundations: Getting Started with AWS EC2: Creating an EC2 Instance – AMI Selection EC2: Creating an EC2 Instance – Pricing EC2: Creating an EC2 Instance – Instance Types EC2: Creating an EC2 Instance – Tags and Key Pairs EC2: Creating an EC2 Instance – Security Groups EC2: Creating an EC2 Instance – Elastic IPs and ELB VPC: It’s MY Cloud Now! Understanding AWS Network Management VPC: It’s MY Cloud Now! Understanding AWS Network Management, Part 2 VPC: It’s MY Cloud Now! Understanding AWS Network Management, Part 3 S3 Foundations: Getting Started with S3 S3 Foundations: Working with S3 Storage Route 53: DNS Management Made Easy IAM: Creating and Managing User Access AWS Case Study: CBT Nuggets Move to the Cloud AWS: Series Wrap-up More: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  5. Trainsignal – Microsoft MTA: Database Administration Fundamentals English | Audio: wmav2, 44100 Hz, mono, 48 kb/s WMV | Video: yuv420p, 800x600, 33 kb/s, 15.00 fps® | 484 MB Genre: Video Training This is a practical course for someone new to relational databases that moves you through basic concepts right into real-world usage, demonstrating core tasks in Microsoft SQL Server itself. You’ll not only gain new knowledge, but cement that knowledge by seeing it in action and being able to follow along at home. Lessons Lesson 1: Getting Started with Database Administration Fundamentals — 00:02:50 Lesson 2: Different Types of Databases — 00:15:05 Lesson 3: Relational Database Concepts — 00:15:30 Lesson 4: Database Data Types — 00:14:40 Lesson 5: The SQL Language — 00:12:28 Lesson 6: Introducing the SQL Server Management Studio — 00:14:32 Lesson 7: Creating and Using Tables — 00:13:38 Lesson 8: Creating and Using Views — 00:13:21 Lesson 9: Creating Stored Procedures — 00:10:11 Lesson 10: Basic Queries — 00:20:52 Lesson 11: Complex Conditions — 00:17:33 Lesson 12: Multi-Table Queries — 00:15:12 Lesson 13: Modifying Data — 00:19:33 Lesson 14: Database Normalization — 00:14:38 Lesson 15: Keys and Constraints — 00:11:36 Lesson 16: Indexes — 00:12:32 Lesson 17: Security — 00:17:07 Lesson 18: Backup and Recovery — 00:15:03 Lesson 19: Continual Maintenance — 00:13:40 Lesson 20: Preparing for Your Database Administration Fundamentals (98-364) Certification Exam — 00:04:26 Lesson 21: Next Steps — 00:01:50 More: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  6. Access 2013 Essential Training Duration: 5h 05m | Video: AVC (.flv) 960x540 15fps | Audio: AAC 48KHz stereo | 683 Mb Level: Beginner | Language: English Genre: eLearning Join author and database expert Adam Wilbert on a tour of the essential features of Microsoft Access 2013 and discover how to build a database and store your data more efficiently. First, Adam explains the concepts behind relational databases, before moving onto building tables—the foundation of any database. He then shows how to define the relationships between tables and use queries to find and filter data. The course also shows how to apply rules and validation to minimize data entry errors; build an interface for the database from forms, complete with interactive buttons and combo boxes; create reports for printing and sharing; and automate these tasks and many others with macros. Topics include: * Understanding table structures and relationships * Setting primary and foreign keys * Establishing relationships and maintaining referential integrity * Sorting and filtering data * Building queries with constraints and criteria * Editing table data with queries * Generating forms from tables * Adding form controls * Creating reports with totals and labels * Embedding macros in buttons * Repairing your database * Protecting databases with passwords Screenshot [Hidden Content]
  7. Excel 2013 Essential Training (With Exercise Files) | 823 MB Genre: e-Learnning Whether you're a novice or an expert wanting to refresh your skillset with Microsoft Excel, this course covers all the basics you need to start entering your data and building organized workbooks. Author Dennis Taylor teaches you how to enter and organize data, perform calculations with simple functions, work with multiple worksheets, format the appearance of your data, and build charts and PivotTables. Other lessons cover the powerful IF, VLOOKUP, and COUNTIF family of functions; the Goal Seek, Solver, and other data analysis tools; and how to automate many of these tasks with macros. Topics include: * What is Excel and what is it used for? * Using the menus * Working with dates and times * Creating simple formulas * Formatting fonts, row and column sizes, borders, and more * Inserting shapes, arrows, and other graphics * Adding and deleting rows and columns * Hiding data * Moving, copying, and pasting * Sorting and filtering data * Printing your worksheet * Securing your workbooks * Tracking changes Screenshot [Hidden Content]
  8. Trainsignal – SharePoint 2010 Integrating With Office 2010 Genre: eLearning It says it all in the title! If you are a SharePoint admin who wants to integrate with office 2010 this course is for you. Lessons Lesson 1: Map SharePoint to a Network Drive Lesson 2: Save Documents to SharePoint from Office Lesson 3: Create and Use Content Types Lesson 4: Create and Use Document Sets Lesson 5: Using Office Web Apps with SharePoint Lesson 6: Accessing SharePoint Templates from Word 2010 Lesson 7: Co-authoring with Word and PowerPoint Lesson 8: Use Word to Contribute to Your Blog Site Lesson 9: Send Email to a SharePoint Library or List Lesson 10: Synchronize Contacts with Outlook Lesson 11: Synchronize Task Lists with Outlook Lesson 12: Synchronize Calendars with Outlook Lesson 13: Synchronize a Document Library with Outlook Lesson 14: Co-authoring Using the Excel Web App Lesson 15: Export a List from SharePoint to Excel Lesson 16: Export Excel Data to a Custom List Lesson 17: Publish an Excel Workbook to SharePoint Lesson 18: Add and Use the Excel Web Part Lesson 19: Status Indicators in SharePoint Lesson 20: Add and Use the Chart Web Part Lesson 21: Creating Dashboards with Excel Web Services and Status Indicators Lesson 22: Export and Link a SharePoint List to Access Lesson 23: Importing SharePoint Lists from Access Lesson 24: Create and Link a SharePoint List from Access Lesson 25: Add or Edit SharePoint List Items with Access Lesson 26: Publish an Access Web Database to SharePoint Lesson 27: Publish a Visio Drawing to SharePoint Lesson 28: Use SharePoint List as a Visio Data Source Lesson 29: Modify a SharePoint List Form with InfoPath Lesson 30: Publish an InfoPath Form to a SharePoint Form Library Lesson 31: Publish an InfoPath Form as a Content Type Lesson 32: Share and Use a OneNote Notebook with SharePoint Lesson 33: Copy a SharePoint site with SharePoint Workspace [Hidden Content]CLOSED AS LINKS ARE DEAD Thanks and regards Reason for edit: Dead Links
  9. Trainsignal – Microsoft MTA: Security Fundamentals English | Audio: wmav2, 44100 Hz, mono, 48 kb/s WMV | Video: yuv420p, 800x600, 26 kb/s, 15.00 fps® | 638 MB Genre: Video Training This is a practical course for a beginner looking to gain a baseline knowledge in the world of IT security. This practical course moves you from basic concepts right into real-world implementations, cementing new knowledge by giving you the opportunity to immediately see it in action and practice it for yourself. You’ll learn security basics like the three “A’s” of security (authentication, authorization, and accounting. You’ll also learn how the Windows operating system secures files, websites, users, mail servers, and more. Lessons Lesson 1: Getting Started with Security Fundamentals — 00:02:18 Lesson 2: Introducing Security — 00:25:07 Lesson 3: Physical Security as the First Line of Defense — 00:11:53 Lesson 4: Starting Security with Authentication — 00:29:30 Lesson 5: Authentication Basics — 00:19:11 Lesson 6: Active Directory 00:15:54 Lesson 7: Using Encryption to Protect Data — 00:25:53 Lesson 8: Securing Files via NTFS — 00:15:10 Lesson 9: Sharing Drives and Folders — 00:12:42 Lesson 10: Introducing the Registry — 00:11:49 Lesson 11: Using IPSec — 00:18:29 Lesson 12: Using Auditing — 00:11:38 Lesson 13: Enhancing Security via Password Policies — 00:20:38 Lesson 14: Managing Security via Role-Based Access Control — 00:10:47 Lesson 15: Using Dedicated Firewalls to Protect a Network 00:16:54 Lesson 16: Controlling Access with Network Access Protection — 00:07:46 Lesson 17: Using Isolation to Protect the Network — 00:22:23 Lesson 18: Protecting Data with Protocol Security — 00:12:15 Lesson 19: Securing Wireless Networks — 00:08:13 Lesson 20: Protecting Client Computers — 00:19:17 Lesson 21: Protecting E-Mail Services — 00:05:51 Lesson 22: Securing Web Browsers — 00:13:29 Lesson 23: Protecting Servers — 00:09:27 Lesson 24: Protecting Web Servers — 00:08:40 Lesson 25: Preparing for Your Security Fundamentals (98-367) Certification Exam — 00:04:21 Lesson 26: Next Steps — 00:01:59 More: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  10. video2brain - WordPress 3 - The Great Training German | 8h 09m | AVC1 1280x720 15fps | AAC 64 Kbps 44.1 KHz | 1.42 GB Genre: eLearning | Level: Beginner Successful blogs set up, administer and extend with plugins The WordPress blogging software is used worldwide and is easy to use for editors and writers, but also for administrators and programmers, there is a lot of customization options. This video training teaches the fundamentals for all audiences and together with your trainer you install your first blog soon, change the look and add more plug-ins added. WordPress is a popular web publishing software on PHP and MySQL base, which is mostly used for blogs, but is also well suited for small and medium websites. Who does not want to deal with more complex content management systems like Joomla, Drupal or TYPO3 comes, thanks to the very steep learning curve, and a creative and helpful community quickly to excellent results, (but need for adjustments to existing features (via plug-in) or design Themes) sooner or later, more detailed assistance. The Participate in this video training is worth it! At the end you have a fully functional WordPress blog that looks individually and has many features that the others do not have blogs. You can install WordPress and completely self-administer and know all the tips and tricks that lead to their blog or your website a success. Step by step guides you zoom your coach, the experienced web programmers and media educator Thomas Pfeiffer, also on advanced topics such as customization and development of plug-ins and themes, the assignment of rights in the user system and the writing and editing of blog posts. [Hidden Content]
  11. video2brain - Mountain Lion OS X for insider German | 2h 30m | AVC1 1280x720 15fps | AAC 64 Kbps 44.1 KHz | 575 MB Genre: eLearning | Level: Intermediate Tips & Tricks for the effective use The Mac is a computer that is optimized for fast and easy operation. You need no special skills, and you'll acquire many functions intuitively. But this video tutorial helps the beginners and the more advanced users: You learn a lot of "hidden" features of the system to know and get information on advanced options familiar options and programs. As simple and easy Mac OS X works immediately - on closer acquaintance, the popular operating system emerges as a powerful, flexible and versatile. This video training teaches you a comprehensive collection of tips and tricks that help you in your daily work much more pleasant, can make it faster and easier. Do you know for example that you are using OS X can subscribe to all possible calendar from the Internet? Follow your instructor, the experienced Mac Professional Giesbert Damaschke, through menus and folders, you will see what are good shortcuts and get to the calendar, the Safari browser or the practical Spotlight search know better: It offers an exciting discovery tour through the system, for new discoveries and hidden treasures that keeps your Mac for you. [Hidden Content]
  12. video2brain - Creative Workshop with Photoshop: Icons French | 2h 11m | AVC1 1280x720 15fps | AAC 64 Kbps 44.1 KHz | 602 MB Genre: eLearning | Level: Intermediate Your icons are finally volume! Creating icons tempt you? Well follow Franck Petiteau that will show you how to do this training through two examples one e-mail icon and padlock. These icons are made ??so that they change color at any time. You'll also see how to merge the final layer dynamic object or to create a simple deformation of the object, or to test 3D effects for setting final volume. The use of shape layers, masks and layers of pixel gradient fill will make you an expert in these manipulations! In this workshop you will learn step by step to develop yourself both icons commonly used on websites: the e-mail icon and padlock. You will learn to use the tools to create vector shape layers to create the base of your icons. The gradient fill layers associated pixel masks you will then create the volume of your belongings. You then use the effects and brushes to create natural shadows on your objects. These objects will be optimized for the complete web, but can also be converted to dynamic objects to implement such a 3D effect or distortion of the envelope. This course will also learn alignments layers, adding references manually or automatically, which will make you an expert in these manipulations! Armin Böttigheimer original training: the concept and the images were created by the author and editor Armin Böttigheimer. [Hidden Content]
  13. Up and Running with DSLR Filmmaking Duration: 1h 10m | Video: AVC (.mov) 960x540 24fps | Audio: AAC 48KHz stereo | 805 Mb Level: Appropriate for all | Language: English Genre: eLearning Join Chad Perkins, an author and videographer, as he introduces the essential concepts and techniques necessary for shooting video with a DSLR camera. Targeted at beginning videographers and anyone interested in shooting better video, this course covers cinematography basics, DSLR pitfalls, important gear, and postproduction workflow. Along the way, discover how to choose lenses, record audio, and make shots more professional. Topics include: * Understanding aperture, shutter speed, and ISO * Using lenses as a tool in storytelling * Establishing focus for video * Achieving a shallow depth of field * Using equipment like clapperboards and matte boxes * Editing and color correcting footage * Using cinematography techniques to get beautiful shots * Avoiding rolling shutter and moiré Screenshot [Hidden Content]
  14. Total Training Mental Ray Fundamentals DVD-iRONiSO Genre: eLearning | Size: 613 MB This focuses on the fundamental implementation and functionality of Mental Ray from within Maya. The chapters cover many areas,beginning with an in-depth exploration of the interface of Mental Ray,including the use of MEL scripts to access custom features. Next, you'll explore an initial scene setup using a custom naming script to label files automatically and correctly as they are output. Many other topics are covered in depth, including setting up basic frame buffers, using diagnostics to debug your scenes, various implementations of motion blur including the rasterizer (rapid motion), lens shaders, a custom shader allowing you to blur in post, depth of field, displacement utilizing the latest techniques, including a thorough explanation of ccmeshes (Catmull-Clark meshes) and how to access them from within Mental Ray for Maya. Course Contents 00.01.Mental.Ray.For.Maya.Overview 00.02.Render.Globals.Common.Tab 00.03.Render.Globals.MentalRay.Tab 00.04.Memory.Management.BSP 00.05.Memory.Mapped.Textures 00.06.Image.Quality.And.Diagnostics 00.07.Image.Output.Framebuffeers.And.Render.Layers 00.08.Motion.Blur 00.09.Depth.of.Field 00.10.Displacement 00.11.Surface.Approximation.Nodes For Additional info [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  15. Michael Locke - Web Design Training English | Video 960x540 | Elearning | 10.20 GB This course makes a pleasant change to all the Lynda.com courses on website design and creation. This course has training in 3 phases: 1. Adobe Fireworks Training so that you have the software skills to design your site; 2. How to design a website, this is a fairly in depth guide to mapping out your website in Fireworks and getting the look of your site "right" before you start to code; 3. Coding the website in HTML/CSS - you see how to take the mock ups and use them to code your website. Unlike some courses where you end up with a crumby looking website, the example site in this course doesn't look too bad. Additionally, there are numerous weekly training videos that provide tips and tricks to make your website look great. Screenshot [Hidden Content]
  16. Instructor: Brian McGahan Released: 2012 Video Format: MOV Resolution: 1280×720 File Size: 5.47 GB Home Page CCIE Data Center :: Storage Join the world’s most highly respected and experienced team of CCIE instructors for this comprehensive lab exam video course download. This online course is taught by Brian McGahan, CCIEx3 #8593 (Routing & Switching, Security, Service Provider), and Mark Snow, CCIEx2 #14073 (Voice, Security). Follow along as Brian and Mark explain the technologies related to the MDS and Nexus Storage components of the modern Cisco Data Center. The instructors also demonstrate the configuration of advanced technology-focused scenarios, along with proper verification and troubleshooting techniques. CCIE Data Center :: Storage Overview CCIE Data Center :: Storage Outline :: Runtime 18 hours Fibre Channel (FC) Protocols and Features FC Port Types, Port Channel, ISL and Trunking Virtual SAN (VSAN / VLAN) FC Zoning FC Domains FC Security FC Oversubscription [*]IP-based Storage IP Storage Features and High Availability iSCSI FCIP SAN Extension Security for IP Storage [*]NXOS Unified Fabric Features FC in MDS SAN-OS/NX-OS FC in Nexus NX-OS Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE) in NX-OS N_Port Virtualization (NPV) and N_Port ID Virtualization (NPIV) Data Center Bridging (DCB) and Data Center Quality of Service (QoS) Multi-Hop FCoE [Hidden Content]
  17. Lynda.com - Mexopolis Creative Inspirations-QUASAR Duration (hr:min): 01:21 | Author(s): Jorge Gutierrez/Sandra Equihua Genre: eLearning | Size: 595 MB Mexopolis is the husband and wife team whose animated television series El Tigre has defied all the rules and won eight Emmys. Jorge Gutierrez and Sandra Equihua personify the successful integration of personal creative vision and commercial success. Born and raised in Mexico, this dynamic couple has managed to blend their passion for over-the-top Mexican popular culture with digital animation techniques to create characters and stories that dazzle the eye and strike universal truths in the heart. This installment of Creative Inspirations takes viewers into the personal worlds and methods of this inspiring young couple. Mexopolis: Creative Inspirations Introduction Workspace Career path Educating Jorge Educating Sandra El Macho vs. the Mariachis of Doom Breaking into the industry El Tigre is born Designing characters Designing characters: El Machete Designing characters: Amelia Cultural influences Sandra's art Interview with Lynda [Hidden Content]
  18. Instructor: Mark Snow Released: 2012 Video Format: MOV Resolution: 1280×720 File Size: 4.94 GB Home Page CCIE Data Center :: Unified Computing Join the world’s most highly respected and experienced CCIE instructors for this comprehensive CCIE lab exam training class. This online course is taught by Mark Snow, CCIEx2 #14073 (Voice, Security). Follow along as Mark explains the technologies related to the Cisco Unified Computing System components of the modern Cisco Data Center. The instructor also demonstrates the configuration of advanced technology-focused scenarios, along with proper verification and troubleshooting techniques. CCIE Data Center :: Unified Computing Overview CCIE Data Center :: Unified Computing Outline :: Runtime 20 hours 53 minutes Introduction Sample – Background and Physical Architecture A Look at the Hardware Hardware Options Configuration Options Virtualization and Service Profiles Initial Setup of UCS LAN Connectivity :: Part 1 LAN Connectivity :: Part 2 LAN Connectivity :: Part 3 SAN Connectivity Server Pools Addressing Recommendations Building Pools and Profiles :: Part 1 Building Pools and Profiles :: Part 2 Spinning up Blades :: Part 1 Spinning up Blades :: Part 2 Spinning up Blades :: Part 3 QoS and Network Control Nexus 1000v Overview Nexus 1000v Installation :: Part 1 Nexus 1000v Installation :: Part 2 Nexus 1000v Migration Nexus 1000v vPC-HM Mac Pinning Nexus 1000v ACLs QoS and vMotion VM-FEX :: Part 1 VM-FEX :: Part 2 Adapter-FEX Administration [Hidden Content]
  19. Lynda.com - CSS: Animations - 2013 English | Video 960x540 | Duration: 1h 56m | Elearning | 501.59 MB This course presents a short series of CSS animation techniques, such as looping, playing, and pausing, and puts them together in a small project: an animated infographic. Author Val Head also addresses using CSS preprocessors, adding transitions, handling vendor prefixes, and understanding the best uses for CSS animations. Plus, discover how to measure the performance and current level of browser support for CSS animations and how we can expect the technology to change. Topics include: Understanding delay and fill-mode Dictating an animation's direction Using easing Adding keyframes Looping an animation Chaining multiple animations on one element Setting up the HTML structure Adding interactivity with javascript Author: Val Head Subject: Web, Web Graphics, Web Design, Infographics, Web Development Software: CSS 3 Level: Intermediate Duration: 1h 56m Released: Feb 14, 2013 Official web page: [Hidden Content] Screenshot [Hidden Content]
  20. Instructor: Brian McGahan Released: 2012 Video Format: FLV Resolution: 854×480 File Size: 12.6 GB Home Page CCIE Data Center :: Nexus Join the world’s most highly respected and experienced team of CCIE instructors for 29+ hours of comprehensive training. This online course is taught by Brian McGahan, CCIEx3 #8593 (Routing & Switching, Security, Service Provider), and Mark Snow, CCIEx2 #14073 (Voice, Security). Follow along as Brian and Mark explain and demonstrate—live on the NX-OS Command Line—the technologies related to Cisco’s Nexus 7000, 5000, and 2000 switching platforms, and how they fit into Cisco’s modern Data Center design. CCIE Data Center :: Nexus Overview CCIE Data Center :: Nexus Outline :: Runtime 29 hours 53 minutes Bridging and Switching in NX-OS Trunking & basic Port Channels VLANs and Private VLANs Spanning Tree, Rapid SPT (RSTP) and Multiple STP (MSTP) Advanced Spanning Tree Features SPAN and ERSPAN Unidirectional Link Detection (UDLD) Fabric Extension (FEX) Multicast IGMP Nexus 7000 and 5500 Troubleshooting [*]IGP Routing in NX-OS EIGRP for the Data Center OSPF for the Data Center Bi-Directional Fault Detection (BFD) for dynamic routing protocols Equal Cost Multi-Path (ECMP) Cisco FabricPath (psuedo/pre TRILL) Multicast PIM & MSDP Nexus 7000 and 5500 Troubleshooting [*]Management and Security in NX-OS AAA SNMPv3 NetFlow Smart Call Home System Files Network and Precision Time Protocols (NTP, PTP) Cisco Prime Data Center Network Manager (DCNM) Access Control Lists (ACL) for IP/MAC/VLAN Port Security DHCP Snooping and Dynamic ARP Inspection IP Source Guard Cisco TrustSec Virtual Domain Context (VDC) Nexus 7000 and 5500 Troubleshooting [*]High Availability Features in NX-OS Nonstop Forwarding (NSF) and Graceful Restart First-Hop Redundancy Protocols (FHRP/GLBP/HSRP/VPC+) Virtual Port Channel (vPC) and Virtual Port Channel with FabricPath (VPC+) Nexus 7000 and 5500 Troubleshooting [*]Inter-DataCenter Bridging in NX-OS Overlay Transport Protocol (OTV) OTV Troubleshooting in Nexus 7000 [Hidden Content][*]
  21. Harvard Extension School - Computer Science E-75: Building Dynamic Websites English | Video Tutorials + eBooks | VP6 640x360 30 fps | MP3 64 Kbps 44.1 KHz | 6.54 GB Genre: eLearning / Web Development Harvard Extension School—a cornerstone of Harvard University for a century—represents the University’s dedication to extending its rich academic resources to the public, locally, nationally, and internationally. Today's websites are increasingly dynamic. Pages are no longer static HTML files but instead generated by scripts and database calls. User interfaces are more seamless, with technologies like Ajax replacing traditional page reloads. This course teaches students how to build dynamic websites with Ajax and with Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP (LAMP), one of today's most popular frameworks. Students learn how to set up domain names with DNS, how to structure pages with XHTML and CSS, how to program in javascript and PHP, how to configure Apache and MySQL, how to design and query databases with SQL, how to use Ajax with both XML and JSON, and how to build mashups. The course explores issues of security, scalability, and cross-browser support and also discusses enterprise-level deployments of websites, including third-party hosting, virtualization, colocation in data centers, firewalling, and load-balancing. David J. Malan, Instructor Content: Lecture 0: HTTP Lecture 1: PHP Lecture 2: PHP, Continued Lecture 3: XML Lecture 4: SQL Lecture 5: SQL, Continued Lecture 6: javascript Lecture 7: Ajax Lecture 8: Security Lecture 9: Scalability [Hidden Content]
  22. Digital-Tutors - Character Modeling Concepts in 3ds Max Duration: 6h 10m | Video: AVC (.flv) 1280x720 15fps | Audio: AAC 44.1KHz stereo | 2.07 Gb Level: Intermediate | Language: English Genre: eLearning In this 3ds Max tutorial, we will talk about some of the specific challenges facing artists as they build characters, using a simple character as a guide. You'll learn concepts like facial topology, working from reference, and keeping a clean scene. We'll also cover common modeling techniques from polygon box modeling, to edge modeling, to working with Splines. By the end of watching this training, you'll have the knowledge and experience you need to begin creating your own custom CG characters. Home: _http://digitaltutors.com/11/training.php?pid=1028 Screenshot [Hidden Content]
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