Anthony Chow, @vCloudernBeer on Twitter, presents Domain 7.0 of the Amazon AWS Certified SysOps Administrator exam. Amazon AWS Certified SysOps Administrator Domain 7.0 Video Show Notes: – Basic networking concepts (8:21) – OSI Overview (8:44) – Layers and protocols (10:00) – Amazon VPC (11:30) *About vBrownBag* https://vBrownBag.com is a community of people who believe in[…]
Keith Townsend, @CTOAdvisor on Twitter, presents Domain 6.0 of the Amazon AWS Certified SysOps Administrator exam. Amazon AWS Certified SysOps Administrator Domain 6.0 Video Show Notes: – Blueprint review (3:27) – Additional training resources (7:20) – Shared responsibility (9:53) – Audits and compliance (20:10) – Governance (22:00) – Identity and Access Management – IAM (34:12)[…]
Rob Nelson joins the #vBrownBag DevOps series to talk about his PuppetInABox project, a curated collection of forge modules and user repositories. This solution includes everything required to provide puppet, puppetdb, r10k, dns, dhcp, a yum repository, and a build server. The only thing you need to provide is a gateway device and you have[…]
Todd Simmons, VCDX 184, joins the #vBrownBag podcast to cover objective 5 of the VCP-NV exam blueprint. Objectives include: Objective 5.1 â€“ Create and Administer Logical Switches Objective 5.2 â€“ Configure VXLAN Objective 5.3 â€“ Configure and Manage Layer 2 Bridging Objective 5.4 â€“ Configure and Manage Logical Routers VCP-NV Objective 4 Video You can[…]
On the 27th of August 2013 Andrea Mauro covered VCAP-CIA – Objective 3 Manage vCloud Director Resources on the EMEA vBrownbag. The recording from the webinar is below EMEA vBrownbag with Andrea Mauro covering VCAP5-CIA Objective 3 Manage vCloud Director Resources from EMEA vBrownbag on Vimeo.
Was catching up on feeds this weekend and noticed on Duncanâ€™s site that vCenter Operations Enterprise had hit 1.0.1, and there is some good stuff in the release itself: User Interface A new VirtualCenter Relationship Widget that displays the performance status of objects in your virtual environment and their relationships. You can click objects to[…]
Over the course of my travels, Iâ€™ve found that having a quick reference to random Windows commands is helpful. Here are two sets of commands I use often enough to be useful, but not often enough that Iâ€™ve committed them to memory: Managing IP Addresses from the CLI Netsh! – This one predates PowerShell on[…]