#vBrownBag Follow-Up VMware VCP-NV Objective 4 with Paul McSharry (@pmcsharry)

Paul McSharry covers objective 4 of the VMware Certified Professional – Network Virtualization (VCP-NV) certification blueprint. Objective 4.1 – Configure Environment for Network Virtualization Objective 4.2 – Deploy VMware NSX Components Objective 4.3 – Upgrade Existing vCNS/NSX Implementation Objective 4.4 – Expand Transport Zone to Include New Cluster(s) Video More information of the exam and[…]

#vBrownBag Follow-Up VMware VCP-NV Objective 3 with Rene Van Den Bedem (@vcdx133)

Rene Van Den Bedem covers objective 3 of the VMware Certified Professional – Network Virtualization (VCP-NV) certification blueprint. Objective 3.1 – Configure and Manage vSphere Standard Switches (vSS) Objective 3.2 – Configure and Manage vSphere Distributed Switches (vDS) Objective 3.3 – Configure and Manage vSS and vDS Policies Video More information of the exam and the[…]

#vBrownBag Follow-Up VMware VCP-NV Objective 2 with Ross Wynne (@RossWynne)

Ross Wyne covers objective 2 of the VMware Certified Professional – Network Virtualization (VCP-NV) certification blueprint. Objective 2.1 – Define Benefits of Running VMware NSX on Physical Network Fabrics Objective 2.2 – Describe Physical Infrastructure Requirements for a VMware NSX Implementation Video More information of the exam and the blueprint along with specific tools to[…]

#vBrownBag Follow-Up IPv6 with Wireshark with Jeff Carrell (@JeffCarrell_v6)

Jeff Carrell returns to show you IPv6 through a Wireshark lens. Video You can follow Jeffrey on Twitter @JeffCarrell_v6 as well as his website http://www.teachmeipv6.com/ Originally published at http://vbrownbag.comm – Sign up for the live #vBrownBag broadcast at http://vbrownbag.comm/brownbags/ where you can also get updates and view all of our episodes including the Automate All The Things series (http://vbrownbag.comm/vbrownbag-automate-all-the-things-training-schedule/),[…]

#vBrownBag Follow-Up VMware VCP-NV Objective 1 with Frank Büchsel (@fbuechsel)

Frank Büchsel covers objective 1 of the VMware Certified Professional – Network Virtualization (VCP-NV) certification blueprint. Objective 1.1 – Describe the Benefits of a VMware NSX Implementation Objective 1.2 – Describe VMware NSX Architecture Objective 1.3 – Differentiate VMware Network and Security Technologies Objective 1.4 – Contrast Physical and Virtual Network Technologies Objective 1.5 –Explain[…]

#vBrownBag Follow-Up IPv6 Basics with with Jeffrey L Carrell (@JeffCarrell_v6)

Jeffrey L Carrell, author of Guide to TCP/IP (Networking) joins the #vBrownBag to lay down the basics for IPv6 including an introduction, address architecture and format, auto configuration and more.  You can also download this useful IPv6 cheatsheet from Jeff at http://teachmeipv6.com/IPv6-Essentials-Cheat-Sheet_v1.1.pdf Video Slides You can follow Jeffrey on Twitter @JeffCarrell_v6 as well as his website[…]

#vBrownBag Follow-Up OpenDaylight SDN with Kyle Mestery (@mestery) and Chris Wright (@kernelcdub)

OpenDaylight is a open source collaborative project that aims to speed up the development and adoption of Software Defined Networking. In this broadcast, Kyle Mestery and Chris Wright provide a detailed introduction to the project, its goals and the features offered by the current and future releases. OpenDaylight is comprised of a number of components[…]

Tweet your CCNA R&S Question for a chance to win thanks to @scottm32768 #vBrownBag

Scott McDermott, who recently presented two sessions to help you prepare for the CCNA Routing and Switching exams is running a contest on Twitter and his blog.  Tweet your CCNA R&S related question to @scottm32768 with the #vBrownBag hashtag for a chance to win Networking for VMware Administrators or the CCNA Official Cert Library courtest of VMware[…]

#vBrownBag Follow-Up Networking for VMware Administrators with Chris Wahl (@chriswahl)

Chris Wahl joins the #vBrownBag to cover several chapters from his new book including the differences between physical and virtual networking, the differences between VMware vSphere standard and distributed switches and some design considerations around the use of each. Video You can find Chris on Twitter @chriswahl, his blog http://www.wahlnetwork.com and his new book –[…]