This 8 week online course equips learners with the basics of network virtualization with VMware NSX.
To get the most of this course, you should have familiarity with generic IT concepts of routing, switching, firewalling, disaster recovery, business continuity, cloud and security.
At the end of the course, you will be able to:
• Understand network virtualization basics
• Describe NSX business value and use cases
• Explain how NSX is different from traditional networking
• Summarize networking and security solution architecture with VMware NSX around these key areas:
+ Automation with OpenStack
+ Automation with VMware vRealize Automation
+ Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity
+ Operational Transformation
• Demonstrate understanding through hands-on experience
• Develop a learning plan for network virtualization certification
If you are new to network virtualization, download our Network Virtualization for Dummies guide.
All Hands on Labs referenced in this course are OPTIONAL and available for FREE. Direct links to free labs can be found on the Resources Tab or you can access our full library at https://labs.hol.vmware.com/HOL/catalogs/catalog/877
Introduction & Networking and Security Architecture with VMware NSX
We'll introduce you to the course and VMware NSX, as well as provide a brief history of how VMware has evolved into the company that it is today.
NSX Architecture Components
This module explains the architectural components that make up VMware NSX. These components are the foundation for understanding how VMware NSX is deployed into a data center.
Security Solutions with VMware NSX
This module dives into VMware NSX as a security platform that provides a defensive in depth solution. The content compares traditional security solutions with the in-kernel firewall provided by VMware NSX. In addition, this module covers application behavior monitoring and the ecosystem of partners that integrate with VMware NSX to provide a comprehensive security solution.
Application Continuity Solutions (part 1 of 2)
This module provides details on using VMware NSX to create highly available data center designs.
Application Continuity Solutions (part 2 of 2)
The content covers stretched clusters and disaster recovery designs using VMware NSX. In addition, this module takes a look at how VMware Cloud on Amazon Web Services allows public cloud solutions to be managed the same way an on-prem data center is managed.
Operations (part 1 of 2)
The Operations modules explain the evolution of people, process and tooling.
Operations (part 2 of 2)
The content covers process automation with VMware NSX using common cloud management platforms like OpenStack and vRealize Automation. In addition the content describes the need for new tooling that provides converged and correlated data of new data center technologies. Finally, the module explains the importance a growth mindset and the evolution of IT organizations away from rigid, well-defined silos to a more collaborative, cross-functional workforce.
Start your review of Networking and Security Architecture with VMware NSX
A Network Architecture Review is a detailed analysis of relevant network artifacts (e.g. network diagrams, security and regulatory requirements, technology inventory, exposed applications and APIs, public/private cloud utilization) to ensure that the...
A Network Architecture Review is a detailed analysis of relevant network artifacts (e.g. network diagrams, security and regulatory requirements, technology inventory, exposed applications and APIs, public/private cloud utilization) to ensure that the network elements and overall solution architecture optimally protect critical assets, sensitive data stores and business-critical interconnections. The networks and the obtained information are analyzed to check whether they abide by the standards, laws and regulations, and prevailing security practices that are most relevant to them. Our configuration review services allow our consultants to review your network devices, servers and workstations for configuration issues. Our team utilize industry and manufacture best practices to identify gaps and improve your configuration security.
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