Packt Publishing - Software Defined Networking with VMware NSX

Packt Publishing - Software Defined Networking with VMware NSX

Packt Publishing - Software Defined Networking with VMware NSX
Duration: 3h 29m | Video: h264, yuv420p 1280x720 | Audio: aac, 44100 Hz, 2 ch | 721 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

by Yves Sandfort, Matthias Eisner
Publisher: Packt Publishing
Release Date: August 2016
ISBN: 9781786466716
Topics: VMware

Video Description

A comprehensive tutorial on the fundamentals of VMware NSX that explores its various services

About This Video

Navigate through the complexities of delivering modern networking services through practical techniques and solutions Download More:
Solve the bigger IT challenges of faster service delivery and automation and bring down the costs by correct deployment of software defined networks (SDN)
Build Robust SDNs and solve real-world problems in your VMware infrastructure with NSX
In Detail

NSX is VMware’s networking platform that allows networks and services to be deployed programmatically and is a crucial component in software-defined data centers.

This video course provides step-by-step instructions to help you quickly deploy SDN in production and perform network virtualization with VMware. It will help you install and configure NSX and show you how to deploy NSX on top of your existing physical network and gain control of every aspect of network components (switches and routers) and your connected IT workloads.

The next section covers how to deploy and configure VxLAN-based switches and manage and configure network and gateway services. Finally, you will learn how to use NSX to secure your environment. Download More: After finishing this course, you will be able to deploy and maintain network virtualizations and automate your VMware-based infrastructure in less time and in a cost-effective manner. All this will be covered through a practical real-world example right from the start of the course.

Packt Publishing - Software Defined Networking with VMware NSX

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