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  1. Lynda - Design a Cloud Migration Strategy (2020) Released:- 6/15/2020 Description:- Migrating to the cloud can be an exciting and overwhelming prospect for any organization. The success of your migration is enormously dependent upon how well thought out the strategy is. In this course, instructor Brien Posey takes a vendor-neutral look at the key design considerations that need to go into any migration strategy—whether you're migrating to Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Alibaba Cloud, or Google Cloud Platform. Learn how to identify your migration goals, estimate costs, and avoid common mistakes. Explore popular options such as rehosting, replatforming, and SaaS adoption. Plus, find out when it's appropriate to refactor or retire workloads and get tips for implementing your migration plan, complete with considerations for IT pros. Topics include: Identifying migration goals Considering costs Avoiding common mistakes Rehosting Replatforming Adopting SaaS Refactoring workloads Retiring workloads Planning your migration Deciding where to begin DOWNLOAD LINK:- [hide][Hidden Content]] [hide][Hidden Content]] [hide][Hidden Content]] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  2. Pluralsight - Make The Most Of Azure To Reduce Your Cloud Spend Description:- Microsoft Ignite 2019 | Make the Most of Azure to Reduce Your Cloud Spend | Srik Raghavan Explore how you can obtain the most out of Azure. Experience how Azure reservations, low-priority VMs, incremental snapshots, burstable VMs and ephemeral OS disks can help substantially reduce spending. We’ll also briefly discuss how you can analyze and set budgets to monitor and optimize your costs and usage with Azure Cost Management and Azure Advisor. DOWNLOAD LINK:- [hide][Hidden Content]] [hide][Hidden Content]] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  3. CBT Nuggets - AWS Certified SysOps Administrator Associate (SOA-C01) (2020) With Anthony Sequeira Improve your Amazon Web Services skills and use this training to prepare for a certification exam that validates your ability to deploy, operate, and manage AWS solutions. This learning track covers topics such as virtual private networks (VPNs), Elastic Block Store (EBS), Domain Name Servers (DNS), and more. If you have experience using AWS-based applications, are responsible for administering AWS platform solutions, or are studying for the AWS Certified SysOps Administrator – Associate certification, this training is ideal for you. [hide][Hidden Content]]
  4. Azure: Essential Guide To Learn Microsoft Azure Fundamentals, Cloud, Security, Machine Learning And Devops (2020) English | April 4, 2020 | ASIN: B086SC77X3 | 169 Pages | PDF/EPUB | 1.09 MB Are you interested in programming and continuously looking for new ways to expand your knowledge and explore new information? Would you like to learn about one of the most popular cloud computing service platforms on the planet? Or maybe, you already heard about Microsoft Azure, and now you are looking for a complete guide that is going to cover the entire subject? If you answered "Yes" to at least one of these questions, then keep reading… In the 21st century, it is vital to go along with science and technology, especially if you want to maintain and even grow your financial independence. Being one of the first software technology companies in the world, Microsoft has created a lot of different platforms and systems throughout the years and one of them you are going to master in this book. Microsoft Azure – a cloud service platform that has been created for building, testing, deploying, and managing applications and services. During the course of this book, you will dive deep into Azure's fundamental and more advanced features. Take a look at only a few things you will get out of this book: What is Microsoft Azure, and why should you use it? Microsoft Azure services covered in detail Microsoft Azure for storage? What is the Azure cloud? Content delivery network for Microsoft Azure – a step-by-step guide Much much more... Keep in mind that this guide is not only for complete programming beginners. It is also for people who already have knowledge about computer programming, software, and various internet platform, but want to learn more and expand their expertise into new fields. Now it is your turn to take action. [hide][Hidden Content]]
  5. Dears , I extended my INE IOU topology to connect to local windows web client , this help me so much to get IOU EPC capture directly from any IOU node to Windows , You can follow this thread untill step 8 : [Hidden Content] then follow the procedure on this PDF : [Hidden Content] Br. Kayssar
  6. Hi all I'm new here so bare with me, I want to practice configuring VPN. Here's my topology description, I have a cloud (service Provider) and 2 routers and wanted to know how to connect the 2 routers to the cloud so that both routers can have internet access and be able to ping each other, I'm not worried about the router configs I can do that. So far I have assigned the cloud to use the Host machine NIC which has internet but when I connect one router to the cloud I then cant connect the other how do I setup the cloud. Many thanks in advance.
  7. Hi All, Evolving Technologies exam topics are being revised with a minor update from version 1.0 to version 1.1, available in all Expert-level exams starting August 30, 2018. [Hidden Content] Let's use this thread to discuss the Evolving Technologies v1.1 questions and answers. which is common for all CCIE/CCDE expert level certification.
  8. Does anyone know how to host the UNL files / EVE on AWS/Google Cloud/ any other online hosting tool ? We have couple of vendors who have hosted EVE on their server and provide the access but they are expensive. [Hidden Content] AWS/Google Cloud would be much cheaper if we can configure them on our own. Can someone help with this / share their experience if they have done it.
  9. Hello Guys, This is for the people who have recently attended CCDE written exam. I have collected a few questions and want to ask if these are the same question you guys found in the exam? I have collected the questions from CCIE Written dumps. Since syllabus is same for Evolving Technologies in all written exams, I am expecting similar questions as well. Note this is Evolving Technology Section specific : Q. 1 Which Option is an example of SaaS? a. Google Apps b. Amazon AWs c. Google App Engine d. Microsoft Azure Q. 2 Which option described a difference between Ansible and Puppet? a. Ansible is client-server based and puppet is not b. Ansible requires an agent and puppet does not c. Ansible is python and puppet is ruby based d. Ansible automates repetetive tasks and puppet allow you to run plain ssh commands Q. 3 Which statement about APIC controller versus a more traditional SDN controller is true? a. APIC uses a policy agent to translate policies into instructions b. APIC supports OpFlex as a Northbound Protocol c. APIC does support a Southbound REST API d. APIC uses an imperative model Q. 4 Which openstack component implements role-based access control? a. Horizon b. Nova c. Neutron d. Keystone Q. 5 Which three of the following security controls would you take into consideration when implementing IoT capabilities? a. Layered security approach b. Place security above functionality c. Define lifecycle controls for IoT devices d. Privacy impact Assessment e. Change passwords every 90 days f. Implement intrusion detection systems on IoT Devices Q. 6 Which option describes the characteristic of a public infrasturcture as a Service Cloud Service model? a. It is a way of delivering cloud-computing infrastructure (servers, storage, network and operating systems) as an on-demand service b. it is a could service where the underlying hardware is managed by the cloud service provider c. it is a cloud-computing platform that facilitates the creation of web applications without the need to maintain the supporting software application d. It is a cloud-computing platform that facilitates the creation of web applications without the need to maintain the supporting software operating systems Q. 7 Which two statements about the various types or DevOps tools are true? (Choose two) A. Puppet requires the installation of a master (server) and agents (clients) architecture for configuring systems. B. Salt cannot communicate with clients through general SSH, it use minions client agents only. C. Puppet and Chef are written in Python, Python skills are a must to operate these two. D. Ansible does not require agent node installation and uses SSH for performing all tasks. E. Chef and Puppet are much more attuned to the needs of system administrators. Q. 8 In a Cisco ACI environment, which option best describes "contracts"? A. a set of interaction rules between endpoint groups B. a Layer 3 forwarding domain C. to determine endpoint group membership status D. named groups of related endpoints Q. 9 In a typical three-node OpenStack deployment, which two components are part of the controller node? (Choose two ) A. Neutron Layer 3 agent B. Neutron DHCP agent C. Identity service D. Neutron Layer 2 agent E. Neutron server plugin Q. 10 Which option is the common primary use case for tools such as Puppet. Chef. Ansible, and Salt? A. network function visualization B. policy assurance C. Configuration management. D. network orchestration. Q. 11 Which two platforms provide hypervisor virtualization? (Choose two.) A. DevStack B. Docker C. KVM D. OpenStack E. Xen Q. 12 Which two characteristics of an loT network are true? (Choose two.) A. The transmission rate in an loT network is consistent. B. loT networks must be designed for low-powered devices. C. loT networks use IS-IS for routing. D. loT networks are 100% reliable E. loT networks are bandwidth constrained Q. 13 Which two options are benefits of moving the application development workload to the cloud? (Select Two) A. it provides you full control over the software packages and vendor used B. The application availability is not affected by the loss of a single virtual machine C. The workload can be moved or replicated easily. D. It provides a more secure environment E. High availability and redundancy is handled by the hypervisor. Q. 14 Which two platforms provide hypervisor virtualization?(choose two) A. Xen B. Docker C. KVM D. OpenStack E. DevStack Q. 15 In a typical three-node Open Stack deployment, which two components are part of the controller note? (Choose two) A. Neutron server plugin B. Neutron DHCP agent C. Neutron layer 2 agent D. Identify Service E. Neutron Layer 3 agent Q. 16 Which three statements about Ansible are true? (Choose three.) A. Ansible by default manages remote machines over SSL. B. No ports other than the SSH port are required; there is no additional PKI infrastructure to maintain. C. Ansible requires remote agent software. D. Ansible by default manages remote machines over SSH. E. Ansible does not require specific SSH keys or dedicated users. F. Ansible requires server software running on a management machine. Q. 17 Which data modeling language is commonly used by NETCONF? A. HTML B. XML C. YANG D. REST Q. 18 Which description of Infrastructure as a Service is true? A. a cloud service that delivers on-demand resources like networking and storage. B. a cloud service that delivers on-demand internet connection between sites C. a cloud service that delivers on-demand software services on a subscription D. a cloud service that delivers on-demand internet connection Q. 19 Which statement about a Cisco APIC controller versus a more traditional SDN controler is true? A. APIC uses a policy agent to translate policies into instructions. B. APIC supports OpFlex as a Northbound protocol. C. APIC does support a Southbound REST API D. APIC uses an imperative model Q. 20 Which two options are examples of Northbound and/or Southbound protocol?(Choose two) A. OpenStack B. ISIS C. NETCONF D. JSON E. BGP-LS Q. 21 Which three of the following security controls would you take into consideration when implementing loT capabities?(Choose three.) A. Layered Security Appoach. B. Place security above functionality. C. Define lifecycle controls for loT devices. D. Privacy impact Assessment. E. Change passwords every 90 days. F. Implement Intrusion Detection Systems on loT devices.
  10. Foundations of Modern Networking SDN, NFV, QoE, IoT, and Cloud Personal rip! 61.7MB [hide][Hidden Content]]
  11. From July 25, 2016 and beyond CCIE Written v5.1 will be taking place. There are major changes coming happening this update. New syllabus include Evolving Technologies This has 10% of the total marks allocation. While there are many book and videos related to these topics are already available there are very few specially designed keeping CCIE in mind. Vendors like INE, CBT, IPExpert and others may take time to publish the recommended reading. The syllabus of LAB however remains the same. It is to be expected that the the topology might change. 1.0 Network Principles................10% Unchanged 2.0 Layer 2 Technologies............15% 13% 3.0 Layer 3 Technologies............40% 37% 4.0 VPN Technologies..................15% 13% 5.0 Infrastructure Security...........5% Unchanged 6.0 Infrastructure Services.........12% 15% 7.0 Evolving Technologies..........10% New 7.1 Cloud 7.2 Network programmability (SDN) 7.3 Internet of Things Recommendation from the experts: Cisco RS has been almost the same for more than a decade introducing Evolving technologies will help aspirants to know about the topics most talked about. This is help new CCIE to understand and get into these specialization.One gets to understand many things about Open platform, programming and Automation which in uncommon for people with Networking experience. These topics are storming the industries and the demand is expected to grow much higher. If someone is not ready to give the CCIE Written by July 25 it is recommended to go for v5.1. If you or your company has some experience in these domains v5.1 is for you. If v5.1 fascinates you and you need an upper hand over your colleague v5.1 is the right choice. The flip-side ,however, is one may have to read though new topics which is specialization in itself. This might include going out of one's comfort zone. One has to understand these completely new technologies. This might include reading and understanding Software/Programs/Automation. This is difficult for many veteran Networking experts (who in many cases entered Networking to avoid Programming) So which side are you on? More information is provided in the Cisco Netflow. [Hidden Content] CISCO Recommendation (Press Book) v 5.1 Designing Networks and Services for the Cloud: Delivering business-grade cloud applications and services [Hidden Content] CCNA Cloud CLDFND 210-451 LiveLessons: Understanding Cisco Cloud Fundamentals [Hidden Content] An Introduction to Software Defined Networking (SDN) LiveLessons (Networking Talks) [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] 7.0 Evolving Technologies 7.1 Cloud 7.1.a Compare and contrast Cloud deployment models 7.1.a (i) Infrastructure, platform, and software services (XaaS) 7.1.a (ii) Performance and reliability 7.1.a (iii) Security and privacy 7.1.a (iv) Scalability and interoperability 7.1.b Describe Cloud implementations and operations 7.1.b (i) Automation and orchestration 7.1.b (ii) Workload mobility 7.1.b (iii) Troubleshooting and management 7.1.b (iv) OpenStack components 7.2 Network programmability (SDN) 7.2.a Describe functional elements of network programmability (SDN) and how they interact 7.2.a (i) Controllers 7.2.a (ii) APIs 7.2.a (iii) Scripting 7.2.a (iv) Agents 7.2.a (v) Northbound vs. Southbound protocols 7.2.b Describe aspects of virtualization and automation in network environments 7.2.b (i) DevOps methodologies, tools and workflows 7.2.b (ii) Network/application function virtualization (NFV, AFV) 7.2.b (iii) Service function chaining 7.2.b (iv) Performance, availability, and scaling considerations 7.3 Internet of Things 7.3.a Describe architectural framework and deployment considerations for Internet of Things (IoT) 7.3.a (i) Performance, reliability and scalability 7.3.a (ii) Mobility 7.3.a (iii) Security and privacy 7.3.a (iv) Standards and compliance 7.3.a (v) Migration 7.3.a (vi) Environmental impacts on the network 400-101-w-cciers-v51 syl.pdf
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