vROps ensure’s high availability and amazing performance of your vSphere infrastructure.
Go ahead and grab your free copy of this book by David M Davis.
You can download the ebook, Kindle (epub), and mobi versions of the new book FOR FREE without registration.
The VMware Ports and Protocols tool describes the ports and protocols requirements for using VMware products.
This tool offers ports and protocol details for the below products.
- NSX Data Center for vSphere
- vRealize Network Insight
- vRealize Operations Manager
- vRealize Automation
- VMware HCX
LinuxAcademy has added courses for free to Community Membership for a limited time, to improve security skills in Google Cloud, Azure, Docker, and OpenStack along with other courses.
While this content is available for free but only for a month; help yourself and make the best use of this learning opportunity. 🙂
Network Routing Protocol Fundamentals
Implement And Manage Application Services (Azure)
Docker Deep Dive
Google Cloud Essentials
Splunk (Deep Dive)
NGINX and the LEMP stack
Amazon ECS Deep Dive
This video-based training provides the details of the new features and product enhancements in NSX V6.4. The course walks you through the benefits of the new features, how to make use of the new functionality, and in some cases, how to troubleshoot these new capabilities.
• Describe the Update Coordinator
• Plan and upgrade an NSX environment with the Upgrade Coordinator
• List the changes made to the NSX dashboard
• Explain how the inclusion of SoftRSS helps layer 2 bridging
• Describe the changes in HA Failover Operations in NSX V6.4
• List the L2VPN enhancements made to an edge managed by NSX
• List the enhancements to IPSec VPN introduced in NSX V6.4
• Describe the use cases for context-aware firewall
• Describe the use cases for enhanced IDFW framework
Ansible is an open source community project sponsored by Red Hat, it’s the simplest way to automate IT. If you’re new to Ansible and need a more interactive learning process you can make use of this free webinars.
LinuxAcademy has added courses for free to Community Membership for a limited time, to improve security skills in Google Cloud, AWS, and Red Hat.
While this content is available for free but only from October 1 – November 1, 2018, help yourself and make the best use of this learning opportunity. 🙂
Google Cloud Security Essentials
AWS Certified Cloud Practioner
AWS Security Essentials
Red Hat Certified Specialist in Server Hardening Prep Course
Ansible Quick Star
Elastic Stack Essentials
Build Your Own Linux from Scratch
Amazon Web Services for AWSome Day Online Conference, a free, online training event that provides you a step-by-step introduction to the core AWS services for compute, storage, database and networking. The modules also cover security, AWS well-architected framework, pricing and support. AWS technical experts will explain key features and use cases, share best practices, walk through technical demos, and be available to answer your technical questions.
Module 1: AWS Cloud Concepts
This module will cover the value of cloud and the benefits of adopting AWS Cloud.
Module 2: AWS Core Services
This module will cover several of the AWS categories and services – what the services do, when and how to use them.
Module 3: AWS Security
This module will cover how AWS approaches securing the cloud, along with the AWS Shared Responsibility Model, AWS Access Control and Management, AWS Security Compliance Programs, and resources available to aid you in better understanding AWS Cloud security options.
Module 4: AWS Architecting
This module will cover AWS Architecting, which includes the Well-Architected Framework and reference architectures for Fault Tolerance & High Availability and Web Hosting.
Module 5: AWS Pricing and Support
This module will cover fundamentals of pricing and elements of pricing for several key services, as well as the TCO Calculator and AWS support plans.
Date: 31 Oct 2018
In this free VMware Integrated OpenStack Fundamentals course, you will learn how VMware supports the open-source and industry standard OpenStack framework for managing public and private clouds.
This course covers the features and advantages of VMware Integrated OpenStack. It also covers the basic architecture, explains how to deploy and manage cloud-based IaaS, demonstrates the unique advantages that VMware brings to OpenStack, and describes the new features available in the latest release, including container management built on Kubernetes.
This course has five modules:
• Introduction to VMware Integrated OpenStack
• Getting Started With VMware Integrated OpenStack
• Using vRealize Solutions to Operationalize OpenStack
• VMware Integrated OpenStack API Consumption
• Container Management With Kubernetes on VMware Integrated OpenStack
More videos from VMware YouTube Channel on VIO.
VMware Integrated OpenStack Hands-on-Lab – Make the best use of Hands-On-Labs as it will give you the opportunity to have a hands on experience with VIO.
Happy Learning!!! 🙂
Tune in to the webcast to get an in-depth look at the benefits of building a modern, software-defined infrastructure based on VMware vSphere 6.5.
A modern infrastructure consists of a fully virtualized, software-defined IT environment, including compute, storage, and networking, plus unified management. The latest version, vSphere 6.5, supports both existing and next-gen applications with a simplified customer experience, built-in security, a universal application platform, and proactive data center management. It provides the foundation for a modern infrastructure that provides:
Flexibility – A common infrastructure with unified operations and management lets you choose the best placement of workloads across private and public clouds.
Agility – Gain faster IT service delivery and response to business needs.
A future-proof environment – Run traditional enterprise applications and new cloud-native applications on the same platform.
Thursday, 18th January 2018
Download your free copy of Introduction to Windows Containers from Microsoft. With the introduction of container support in Windows Server 2016, a world of opportunities that takes traditional monolithic applications on a journey to modernize them for better agility. Containers are a stepping stone that can help IT organizations understand what key items in modern IT environments, such as DevOps, Agile, Scrum, Infrastructure as Code, Continuous Integration, and Continuous Deployment, to name just a few, can do and how these organizations can adopt all of these elements and more to their enterprises.
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
John McCabe works for Microsoft as a senior premier field engineer. In this role, he has worked with the largest customers around the world, supporting and implementing cutting-edge solutions on Microsoft Technologies. In this role, he is responsible for developing core services for the Enterprise Services Teams. John has been a contributing author to several books, including Mastering Windows Server 2012 R2 from Sybex, Mastering Lync 2013 from Sybex, and Introducing Microsoft System Center 2012 from Microsoft Press.
John has spoken at many conferences around Europe, including TechEd and TechReady. Prior to joining Microsoft, John was an MVP in Unified Communications with 15 years of consulting experience across many different technologies such as networking, security, and architecture.
Michael Friis is a product manager at Docker where he works on Docker for Amazon Web Services and Azure. He also focuses on integrating Docker with Microsoft technology. Previously he was at Heroku, and, before that, AppHarbor, a .NET platform as a service.