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    دانلود LiveLessons VMware NSX Fundamentals

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    VMware NSX Fundamentals LiveLessons یک محصول ویدیویی منحصر به فرد است که درک کاملی از اجزای محصول NSX برای امنیت و مجازی سازی شبکه فراهم می کند. این دوره ویدئویی دیدگاهی را برای مدیران شبکه ، مشاغل امنیتی و مدیران مجازی سازی فراهم می کند تا از توانایی خود در استقرار NSX اطمینان داشته باشند.
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    مدرسAnthony Burke, Ron Fuller, Andreas la Quiante

    VMware NSX Fundamentals LiveLessons شامل 14 درس فیلم شخصی است که مجموعاً بیش از 14 ساعت آموزش دارد. فیلم ها شامل آموزش زنده، پخش فیلم، آموزش whiteboard، انیمیشن و موارد دیگر هستند. این دستورالعمل توضیحات دقیق، نکات و تأیید صحت پیکربندی را ارائه می دهد.

    در ادامه با برخی از سرفصل های درسی این مجموعه آموزش آشنا می شویم:

    Table of Contents
    Lesson 1: Software-Defined Data Center

    1.1 Software-Defined Data Center Concepts

    1.2 Evolution of the Software-Defined Data Center

    1.3 VMware vSphere Virtualization

    1.4 Understanding Network Virtualization

    Lesson 2: Networking Fundamentals

    2.1 Ethernet Switching Fundamentals

    2.2 Data Center Network Topologies – Traditional

    2.3 Data Center Network Topologies – Emerging

    Lesson 3: NSX Lab

    3.1 Introducing the VMware Hands-on Labs (HOL)

    3.2 Examining the Lab Physical Topology

    3.3 Examining the Lab Logical Topology

    3.4 Examining the Lab Application Topologies

    3.5 VMware HOL NSX Tips and Tricks

    Lesson 4: NSX Manager and NSX Control Cluster

    4.1 Introducing the Management, Control, and Data Plane

    4.2 Adding Network Virtualization Components to Create a True SDDC

    4.3 Exploring NSX 6.2 Basic Design

    4.4 Examining NSX Components and Access Methods

    4.5 Understanding and Deploying NSX 6.2 Manager

    4.6 Installing NSX 6.2 Manager

    4.7 Understanding NSX 6.2 Controller

    4.8 Deploying NSX 6.2 Controller

    4.9 Understanding NSX 6.2 Cluster (Host) Preparation

    4.10 Performing Communication Channel Health Checks and Verification

    Lesson 5: Logical Switch Networks

    5.1 Logical Switch Networks: Overview and Goals

    5.2 Logical Switch Networks: Evolution

    5.3 Understanding Encapsulation Fundamentals

    5.4 Introducing VXLAN Tunnel Endpoints (VTEP), Segment IDs (SID), and the Transport Zone (TZ)

    5.5 Understanding the Logical Switch and Packet Walk

    5.6 Introducing Broadcast, Unknown Unicast, and Multicast (BUM)

    5.7 Examining a BUM Packet Walk

    5.8 Configuring a Logical Switch

    5.9 Design Solutions Using Hardware VTEPs and OVSDB

    5.10 Connecting the Physical Domain with the Virtual Domain (VLAN to VXLAN)

    Lesson 6: Distributed Logical Routing

    6.1 Centralized vs. Distributed Routing

    6.2 Distributed Logical Router Architecture

    6.3 Deploying Distributed Logical Router

    6.4 Routing Protocols

    Lesson 7: Edge Routing and High Availability

    7.1 NSX Edge Services Gateway Routing Features

    7.2 Static Routing on NSX Edge

    7.3 Dynamic Routing on NSX Edge: Overview

    7.4 Dynamic Routing on NSX Edge: OSPF Support

    7.5 Dynamic Routing on NSX Edge: BGP Support

    7.6 NSX High Availability Mode

    7.7 Scale and Placement of NSX Edge Appliances

    Lesson 8: Virtual Private Networks

    8.1 Securing Communication Paths with VPNs

    8.2 Enabling Remote Users to Connect Securely (SSL VPN-Plus)

    8.3 Introducing SSL VPN Gateway (Web and Network Access Mode)

    8.4 Configuring SSL VPN-Plus

    8.5 Understanding Site-to-Site Connectivity

    8.6 Comparing Industry VPN Approaches

    8.7 Layer 2 (SSL) VPN Use Case and Design

    8.8 Configuring Layer 2 (SSL) VPN

    8.9 Understanding the Unmanaged Edge

    Lesson 9: NSX Edge Load Balancer

    9.1 Introducing the NSX Edge Load Balancer

    9.2 Comparing Inline to One Arm Deployment

    9.3 Protecting Your Application – Application Profiles and Virtual Servers

    9.4 Protecting Your Application – Service Monitoring and Pools: Overview

    9.5 Protecting Your Application – Service Monitoring and Pools: Demo

    9.6 Protecting Your Application – Application Rules

    9.7 Application Profiles – SSL Load Balancing

    9.8 NSX Load Balancer Availability

    Lesson 10: Distributed Firewalls

    10.1 Introducing Distributed Firewalls

    10.2 Understanding Micro-segmentation, Zero-Trust, and the Goldilocks Zone

    10.3 Designing DC Security Using Firewalls

    10.4 Understanding the Technical Details of DFW Implementation

    10.5 Creating Rules (MAC, IP, and Objects)

    10.6 Scale and Performance Considerations

    10.7 Configuring the DFW: Concepts and Mechanics

    10.8 Configuring the DFW: Demo

    10.9 Verifying the DFW

    10.10 DFW Considerations and Additional Functionality

    Lesson 11: Automating the Security Architecture

    11.1 Understanding Security Groups

    11.2 Understanding Security Policies

    11.3 Understanding Security Tags

    11.4 Putting It All Together with Service Composer: Concepts and Overview

    11.5 Putting It All Together with Service Composer: Demo

    11.6 Integrating Third-Party Solutions

    11.7 Using Third-Party Solutions with Service Composer

    Lesson 12: Additional Edge Services

    12.1 Introducing Use Cases for Bridging, Address Translation, and IP Management

    12.2 Connecting the Physical to the Virtual (P2V) Domain (Layer 2 Bridging)

    12.3 Understanding the Details of P2V Bridging

    12.4 Understanding NSX Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)

    12.5 Understanding NSX Edge Network Address Translation (NAT)

    12.6 Introducing NSX Data Security

    Lesson 13: Multi-vCenter NSX

    13.1 Introducing the Multi-vCenter Architecture

    13.2 Introducing the Multi-vCenter Components

    13.3 Understanding Local and Universal Firewall Rules

    13.4 Understanding Local and Universal Switching

    13.5 Understanding Local and Universal Distributed Routing

    13.6 Configuring Universal Distributed Logical Routing

    13.7 Multi-vCenter Design Considerations

    13.8 Migrating to a Multi-vCenter NSX Deployment

    Lesson 14: Operations

    14.1 Implementing NSX RBAC

    14.2 Configuring NSX RBAC

    14.3 Analyzing NSX Flow Monitoring Data

    14.4 Creating or Modifying Firewall Rules from NSX Flow Monitoring Data

    14.5 Configuring and Analyzing NSX Activity Monitoring

    14.6 Configuring and Analyzing Logging Data

    14.7 Troubleshooting with NSX Traceflow

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