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Vmware Nsx: Install, Configure, Manage V6.2

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What you will learn

  • This five-day, comprehensive, fast-paced training course presents VMware NSX® as a part of the software-defined data center.
  • You will learn how to use logical switching in NSX to virtualize your switching environment.
  • The course also details logical routing to enable you to dynamically route between different virtual environments.
  • You will also learn how to use gateway services, firewall configurations, and security services to help secure and optimize your NSX environment.

Skills you will gain

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  • English Subtitles: English

This course consists of 16 lessons

Course Introduction: Introductions and course logistics - Review course objectives

Introduction to vSphere Networking: Describe VMware vSphere® networking components - Describe vSphere standard switches - Describe vSphere distributed switches

Introduction to NSX: Describe the benefits of NSX - Identify NSX key use cases

NSX Architecture: Describe the NSX architecture - Describe the cloud management, management, control, and data planes of NSX - Identify the component interactions - Describe the VMware NSX® Controller™ cluster and its functions - Explain the NSX Controller workload distribution

NSX Infrastructure Preparation: Explain the steps required for an NSX installation - Describe what is involved in planning an NSX deployment - Describe the NSX Controller cluster and deployment - Describe NSX Controller cluster high availability and load distribution - Explain how to deploy and configure the NSX Controller cluster - Explain the workflow involved in host preparation

NSX Logical Switch Networks: Explain transport zones, VXLANs, and VXLAN tunnel end points (VTEPs) - Describe the procedure for preparing the infrastructure for virtual networking - Describe the configuration of vSphere distributed switches for VXLAN - Identify the components involved in NSX logical switching - Define VLANs for VXLAN

NSX Logical Routing: Explain the east-west and north-south routing concepts - Define the NSX distributed logical router - Explain the logical router, interfaces, and interface addresses - Describe the management and control plane interaction - Describe logical router deployment models and two-tier routing for east-west traffic - Explain the common topologies of an NSX Edge services gateway

Advanced NSX Logical Routing: Describe how routers connect remote networks - Explain route redistribution methods - Describe less-than-or-equal (LE) and greater-than-or-equal (GE) configurations - Describe routing event notification enhancements - Configure equal-cost multipath (ECMP) routing - Describe high availability for NSX Edge service gateways

NSX L2 Bridging: Explain L2 bridging use cases - Describe software and hardware L2 bridging between VXLAN and VLANs - Discuss L2 bridging packet flows

NSX Edge Services: Describe the NSX Edge Services - Explain how Network Address Translation (NAT) works - Explain NAT64 - Explain the function of load balancing - Explain one-armed and inline load-balancing architectures - Explain the DHCP and DNS services for NSX Edge

NSX Edge VPN Services: Describe the NSX Edge VPN services - Describe the VPN use cases - Configure a L2 VPN on an NSX Edge instance - Configure an NSX Edge instance for IPsec VPN services - Explain NSX Edge SSL VPN-Plus services - Configure NSX Edge SSL VPN-Plus server settings

NSX Security Services: Describe the policy enforcement of the distributed firewall - Describe virtualization context-awareness - Explain custom network and security containers - Describe the architecture of an NSX Edge firewall - Explain DHCP snooping - Explain ARP snooping

NSX Advanced Security Services: Describe NSX SpoofGuard - Identify how tags enable dynamic security service chains - Explain Service Composer groups, policies, and tags - Describe the Identity Firewall architecture

Explain Application Rule Manager - Explain how to create a monitoring session

NSX Introspection Services: Describe the types of introspection services - Describe the installation and configuration of Guest and Network Introspection - Summarize Guest and Network Introspection alarms, events, and audit messages

Cross-vCenter NSX: Describe cross-vCenter features and use cases - Identify VMware NSX® Manager™ roles and NSX Controller cluster placement - Deploy universal logical networks - Explain the design considerations for cross-vCenter NSX

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