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 – Create and Administer Logical Switches Objective 5.2 – Configure VXLAN Objective 5.3 – Configure and Manage Layer 2 Bridging Objective 5.4 – 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 Duncan’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, I’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 I’ve committed them to memory: Managing IP Addresses from the CLI Netsh! – This one predates PowerShell on[…]