Free eLearning from VMware – Network Virtualization Fundamentals

Overview:

The VMware Network Virtualization Fundamentals eLearning course will provide you with a fundamental overview of VMware’s network virtualization products, components and features. It will match business, management, security and operations challenges with their respective VMware solutions. There are three modules in this course.

Course Outline:
Module 1: Establish the Requirements for Network Virtualization
At the end of this module, you should be able to:
•  Explain the data center before virtualization
•  Trace the evolution of virtualization in the data center
•  Define network virtualization
•  Compare physical network components to virtual network components
•  Recognize why we need network virtualization
•  Identify the challenges customers face in a modern data center
•  Catalog how VMware network virtualization solves business challenges

Module 2: Compare and Contrast Virtual and Physical Networking Solutions
At the end of this module, you should be able to:
•  Review a typical physical network
•  Distinguish a virtual network from a physical network
•  Explain how a virtual network is implemented with a vSphere Virtual Standard Switch
•  Discuss how a virtual network is implemented with a vSphere Virtual Distributed Switch
•  Correlate business, management, security, and operations challenges with the VMware virtual networking solutions

Module 3: Describe Advanced VMware Network Virtualization Solutions
At the end of this module, you will be able to:
•  Classify VMware advanced network virtualization solutions
•  Discuss VMware vCloud Networking and Security (vCNS)
•  Explain VXLAN
•  Discover VMware NSX
•  Distinguish between vCloud Networking and Security, and NSX
•  Correlate business, management, security, and operations challenges with their solutions

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