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  1. INE - Network Virtualization With VMware NSX INSTRUCTOR: Rick Crisci VCAP5-DCA,VCAP5-DCD, VCI, VCP4, VCP5, VCP5-Desktop, VCP5-Cloud, VCP6-NV, CCNA Data Center 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. Course Outline: Course Course Introduction Course Introduction vSphere Virtual Networking Virtual Networking vSphere Standard Switches vSphere Distributed Switches Virtual Switch Features NSX Fundamentals Introduction to NSX VXLAN and VTEPs VTEPs and NIC Teaming NSX Switching 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 NSX Routing Distributed Logical Router Quality of Service L2 Bridging Static vs. Dynamic Routing NSX Edge Dynamic Routing ECMP NSX Edge HA Cluster Deployment Options Edge Services L2VPN IPSEC VPN SSL VPN Plus NSX Edge NAT NSX Edge Load Balancing Security NSX Firewall Services Service Composer Service Composer and Third Party Solutions Cross-vCenter NSX Cross-vCenter NSX Fundamentals Cross-vCenter NSX Architecture [Hidden Content]
  2. Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS) (Data Center):A Complete Reference Guide to the Cisco Data Center Virtualization Server Architecture I have searched alot for this book, and i couldn't find it here,so here it is Copyright 2010 Dimensions: 7-3/8 X 9-1/8 Pages: 400 Edition: 1st Book ISBN-10: 1-58714-193-0 ISBN-13: 978-1-58714-193-5 [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]] Please save this file to your account, in case it is delete from mine.
  3. CiscoPress Data Center Virtualization Fundamentals: Understanding Techniques and Designs for Highly Efficient Data Centers with Cisco Nexus, UCS, MDS, and Beyond by Gustavo A. A. Santana Publisher: Cisco Press Release Date: June 2013 ISBN: 9781587143243 Topic: Cisco Book Description Data Center Virtualization Fundamentals For many IT organizations, today’s greatest challenge is to drive more value, efficiency, and utilization from data centers. Virtualization is the best way to meet this challenge. Data Center Virtualization Fundamentals brings together the comprehensive knowledge Cisco professionals need to apply virtualization throughout their data center environments. Leading data center expert Gustavo A. A. Santana thoroughly explores all components of an end-to-end data center virtualization solution, including networking, storage, servers, operating systems, application optimization, and security. Rather than focusing on a single product or technology, he explores product capabilities as interoperable design tools that can be combined and integrated with other solutions, including VMware vSphere. With the author’s guidance, you’ll learn how to define and implement highly-efficient architectures for new, expanded, or retrofit data center projects. By doing so, you can deliver agile application provisioning without purchasing unnecessary infrastructure, and establish a strong foundation for new cloud computing and IT-as-a-service initiatives. Throughout, Santana illuminates key theoretical concepts through realistic use cases, real-world designs, illustrative configuration examples, and verification outputs. Appendixes provide valuable reference information, including relevant Cisco data center products and CLI principles for IOS and NX-OS. With this approach, Data Center Virtualization Fundamentals will be an indispensable resource for anyone preparing for the CCNA Data Center, CCNP Data Center, or CCIE Data Center certification exams. Gustavo A. A. Santana, CCIE® No. 8806, is a Cisco Technical Solutions Architect working in enterprise and service provider data center projects that require deep integration across technology areas such as networking, application optimization, storage, and servers. He has more than 15 years of data center experience, and has led and coordinated a team of specialized Cisco engineers in Brazil. He holds two CCIE certifications (Routing & Switching and Storage Networking), and is a VMware Certified Professional (VCP) and SNIA Certified Storage Networking Expert (SCSN-E). A frequent speaker at Cisco and data center industry events, he blogs on data center virtualization at gustavoaasantana.net. Learn how virtualization can transform and improve traditional data center network topologies Understand the key characteristics and value of each data center virtualization technology Walk through key decisions, and transform choices into architecture Smoothly migrate existing data centers toward greater virtualization Burst silos that have traditionally made data centers inefficient Master foundational technologies such as VLANs, VRF, and virtual contexts Use virtual PortChannel and FabricPath to overcome the limits of STP Optimize cabling and network management with fabric extender (FEX) virtualized chassis Extend Layer 2 domains to distant data center sites using MPLS and Overlay Transport Virtualization (OTV) Use VSANs to overcome Fibre Channel fabric challenges Improve SAN data protection, environment isolation, and scalability Consolidate I/O through Data Center Bridging and FCoE Use virtualization to radically simplify server environments Create server profiles that streamline “bare metal” server provisioning “Transcend the rack” through virtualized networking based on Nexus 1000V and VM-FEX Leverage opportunities to deploy virtual network services more efficiently Evolve data center virtualization toward full-fledged private clouds -Reviews - “The variety of material that Gustavo covers in this work would appeal to anyone responsible for Data Centers today. His grasp of virtualization technologies and ability to relate it in both technical and non-technical terms makes for compelling reading. This is not your ordinary tech manual. Through use of relatable visual cues, Gustavo provides information that is easily recalled on the subject of virtualization, reaching across Subject Matter Expertise domains. Whether you consider yourself well-versed or a novice on the topic, working in large or small environments, this work will provide a clear understanding of the diverse subject of virtualization.” -- Bill Dufresne, CCIE 4375, Distinguished Systems Engineer, Cisco (Americas) “..this book is an essential reference and will be valuable asset for potential candi­dates pursuing their Cisco Data Center certifications. I am confident that in reading this book, individuals will inevitably gain extensive knowledge and hands-on experience dur­ing their certification preparations. If you’re looking for a truly comprehensive guide to virtualization, this is the one!” -- Yusuf Bhaiji, Senior Manager, Expert Certifications (CCIE, CCDE, CCAr), [email protected] “When one first looks at those classic Cisco Data Center blueprints, it is very common to become distracted with the overwhelming number of pieces and linkages. By creating a solid theoretical foundation and providing rich sets of companion examples to illustrate each concept, Gustavo’s book brings hope back to IT Professionals from different areas of expertise. Apparently complex topics are demystified and the insertion of products, mechanisms, protocols and technologies in the overall Data Center Architecture is clearly explained, thus enabling you to achieve robust designs and successful deployments. A must read... Definitely!” -- Alexandre M. S. P. Moraes, Consulting Systems Engineer — Author of “Cisco Firewalls” More: [Hidden Content] Note: Personal rip give credit if share elsewhere. [Hidden Content]
  4. The notion of Windows booting from a USB sounds familiar when I firstly heard about Windows To Go. As a virtualization technology enthusiast, I have mentioned in my previous articles that softwares like Prayaya V3 and Hopedot VOS can be a very easy-to-mange portable workspace creator as well. An obvious resemblance between them is that you can take Windows home with you from work only with a tiny USB drive rather than a heavy laptop. But it’s Windows 8 this time. I have to admit that I am really looking forward to its final release in October. :biggrin: What we are talking here is not portable applications or something like that. It is about carrying the whole PC environment on a USB to any accessible PC or laptops. If you want to experiment with Windows To Go but do not want to order a new certified USB drive, you can create your own Windows To Go USB drive. Get ready a 32 GB or larger USB 3.0 drive (it can also be an external hard drive) and build the USB drive on at a Windows 7 or 8 PC. Another thing you need is Windows 8 DVD ISO and Windows 8 Developer Preview Product Key. The process is a little complicated in my view. What if you are using Windows 7, XP, Vista or older systems and you don’t have a 32GB 3.0 USB drive? Hopedot VOS will be a good choice for you to experiment how you can bring your corporate PC to your home PC. It only requires a fast speed USB (or external hard drive) and a PC using Windows 32 bits system. The installation of Hopedot VOS is as easy as any other standard softwares and takes less than 2 minutes. It’s no doubt that Windows To Go will bring great convenience for enterprises to improve employees’ productivity, to save on capital expenditures and to apply IT management for data security and disaster recovery etc. But still there are some shortcomings different from a traditional Windows installed on a local PC. As to where you are supposed to store documents, the solution is to save data in the cloud, more specifically Microsoft’s own SkyDrive, that is, you should have a Microsoft Account. I should say it’s not what I expect at this point. Both Prayaya V3 and Hopedot VOS can save data within the virtual environment and be taken to any PC without problem. Let’s take Hopedot VOS Security Edition for example. You only need to create a safe partition when you install Hopedot VOS on a USB drive. And then all the applications and data will be automatically encrypted into this safe partition and immediately accessible after the USB is plugged into the PC. :cool: Since the workspace is roaming from one PC to another laptop on a USB drive, the security issue matters a lot. Therefore, Windows To Go makes a sacrifice that the user’s local hard disk is inaccessible from the Windows TO GO environment, which guarantees that the Windows To Go workspace doesn’t get infected by any downloaded malware. Similarly, Hopedot VOS Security Edition also completely annihilates the access to the local hard drive to isolate the VOS virtual environment from the host PC. If users want to transfer data between the VOS system and the host Windows OS, the data must be imported or exported with pre-set data management password.
  5. hey bros looking for Virtualization material RH318 and EX318 Please post if available thanks!
  6. Hi All! I wanted guidance in a bottleneck I am into. Does AWS support virtualization? I am planning on buying a VM from AWS and running EVE-NG and its images on it so that I can practice technology. If someone has faced same issue before or if someone has an alternative then let me know please. The main question is virtualization possible on AWS?
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