#vBrownBag Follow-Up 640-916 DC Virualization with Joel Sprague (@jwsconsult)

Joel Sprague covers section 4 of the Cisco CCNA-DC 640-916 exam. Cisco CCNA-DC 640-916 Section 4 Video Objectives – Describe device, and server virtualization – Describe Nexus 1000v – Verify initial setup and operations for Nexus 1k You can follow Joel on Twitter at @jwsconsult Originally published at www.professionalvmware.com

#vBrownBag Follow-Up 640-916 Storage Networking with Joel Sprague (@JWSConsult)

Joel Sprague joins the #vBrownBag to discuss storage networking for the Cisco CCNA-DC 640-916 exam Cisco CCNA-DC 640-916 Section 3 Video Objectives – Describe basic SAN connectivity, initiator targers, and array connectivity – Verify SAN operations, name server login – Describe, configure, and verify zoning and VSANs You can follow Joel on Twitter @JWSConsult Originally published[…]

#vBrownBag Follow-Up 640-916 Data Center Unified Fabric with Shane Walton (@shane_walton)

Shane Walton covers section 2 of the Cisco CCNA-DC 640-916 exam: Cisco CCNA-DC 640-916 Section 2 Video Objectives – Describe FCoE and FCoE multihop – DescribeVIFs and FEX – Perform and initial setup Originally published at www.professionalvmware.com

#vBrownBag Follow-Up 640-911 Configure, Verify, & Troubleshoot basic router operations using Nexus w Frank Buechsel (@fbuechsel)

In this episode of our Cisco CCNA-DC series, Frank Buechsel covers section 4 of the of the Cisco CCNA-DC 640-911 exam. Cisco CCNA-DC 640-911 Section 4 Video Objectives – Describe and configure basic routing concepts Originally published on www.professionalvmware.com

#vBrownBag Follow-Up 640-916 Section 1 (con’t) Cisco DC Fundamentals w Shane Walton (@shane_walton)

In the 2nd part of a 2 part series for the Cisco CCNA-DC 640-916 exam, Shane Walton covers vDCs, VPC, overlay transport virtualization, and more. 640-916 Section 1 Video (con’t) Objectives – Describe FabricPath – Identify differentiators between DCI and network interconnectivity – Describe, configure, and verify vCP and VDC – Describe and configure Nexus[…]

#vBrownBag Follow-Up 640-916 Section 1 Cisco DC Fundamentals with Shane Walton (@shane_walton)

Shane Walton discusses section 1 of the Cisco CCNA-DC exam in part 1 of a 2 part series dedicated to this section. 640-916 Section 1 Video Objectives Describe network architectures for the data center, the purpose, and functions of various devices (LAN/SAN) – Describe the modular approach in network design – Describe the data center[…]

#vBrownBag Follow-Up 640-911 Configure, verify, and troubleshoot a switch with VLANs w Brian Trainor (@betrainor)

In this episode of our Cisco CCNA-DC series, Brian Trainor covers section 2 of the of the Cisco CCNA-DC 640-911 exam. CCNA-DC 640-911 Section 2 Video Objectives – Explain technology and media access control methods for Ethernet – Explain basic switching concepts and operations of Cisco switches – Describe and configure enhanced switching technologies You can[…]

#vBrownBag Follow-Up VMware NSX PowerShell Modules with Kyle Ruddy (@kmruddy)

Kyle Ruddy shows you how you can manage VMware NSX through PowerShell/PowerCLI by reviewing his own modules written to take advantage of the NSX API. You can find the modules on GitHub. VMware NSX PowerShell Module Video You can follow Kyle on Twitter @kmruddy and his blog thatcouldbeaproblem.com. Originally published by ProfessionalVMware.com where you can[…]

Cisco ACI Series

Sotware Defined whatever (SDx) is turning from a buzz word into some actual value, so it is definitely time to get educated on what SDx options are around. We are lucky to have some Software Defined Network skills on the vBrownBag team in the form of Lauren Malhoit. Lauren is a regular host of the US show and has been an invaluable team member making TechTalks videos at VMworld and OpenStack Summit. Lauren’s day job is with Cisco’s ACI team, so we managed to persuade her to do some late nights to present a series about Cisco’s SDN product, ACI.
The first two episodes were recorded in December and we will have a few more episodes in January.

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