Ontrak VMware-NSX (Network Virtualization)-VCA6-NV-20Hrs




  • - Data Center Virtualization (VMware)

Course Content

+ Section 1: Explain SDDC and Network Virtualization Concepts and Use Cases + Objective 1.1: Compare traditional Data Center and Networking challenges with SDDC and Network Virtualization benefits Knowledge Understand vSphere virtual switching Identify uses and benefits of a vSphere standard switch Identify uses and benefits of a vSphere distributed switch + Objective 1.2:Describe Network Virtualization concepts Knowledge Identify how a physical switched network is architected Identify a network with and without VLANs Identify and explain access ports Identify and explain trunk ports + Objective 1.3: Describe SDDC concepts and basic virtualization architecture Knowledge Identify and explain virtual machine port groups Identify and explain uplink ports Differentiate between configuring virtual switch uplinks as access ports or trunk ports Identify automation, elasticity, security, and management challenges in a virtual and physically-switched Data Center + Section 2: Differentiate VMware NSX Component and Services +Objective 2.1: Identify and differentiate NSX components Fabrics Knowledge Identify routing and switching requirements Identify how firewall services work without a network virtualization platform Identify how load balancing works without a network virtualization platform Identify how VPN services work without a network virtualization platform Explain how hypervisors and virtual switches run on top of a Compute Infrastructure +Objective 2.2: Describe vSphere networking architecture and components Knowledge Describe network virtualization Identify and differentiate between Data, Control and Management planes in a virtual network Identify and explain core NSX components such as Logical Switches, L2 Bridges and Logical Routers +Objective 2.3: Compare and Contrast VXLAN logical switching benefits and functionality Knowledge Differentiate physical and virtual networking Identify traffic flows between VXLANs and VLANs with NSX Describe how Virtual Bridges connect virtual resources to physical workloads Describe routing prior to NSX Describe NSX logical routing Identify and explain vCenter Server and NSX Manager integration Identify and explain NSX Controller deployment Identify and explain NSX Controller Clusters Identify and explain NSX VXLAN deployment +Objective 2.4: Compare and Contrast NSX logical routing benefits and functionality Knowledge Describe common enterprise level topologies with NSX Describe NSX Edge Services Gateway usage in a multiple tenant environment Describe NSX scalability for multiple tenant scenarios +Objective 2.5: Describe NSX Edge services functionality Knowledge Identify tools for traffic flow visibility Identify traffic analysis tools Identify network inventory and fault management tools Identify logging, event tracking, and auditing tools Identify health check monitoring in an NSX overlay network + Section 3: Differentiate NSX Security Benefits and Features + Objective 3.1: Compare and Contrast NSX Security benefits and functionality Knowledge Explain NSX Manager Explain NSX VXLANs Explain NSX Distributed Logical Routers Explain NSX Controllers Explain NSX Edge Services Gateways Explain advanced services such as Firewalls and Load Balancers + Objective 3.2: Describe NSX Logical Firewall services Knowledge Explain physical firewalls Explain virtual firewalls Explain NSX distributed firewall + Objective 3.3: Compare and Contrast NSX Service Composer functionality Knowledge Explain NSX Service Composer Explain automated security policies Explain security groups + Section 4: Differentiate NSX Network Virtualization Use Cases + Objective 4.1: Describe typical NSX Network Virtualization use cases Knowledge Explain common use cases for NSX Explain NSX micro-segmentation Explain NSX elasticity Explain NSX security Explain NSX management + Objective 4.2: Explain the role of NSX in Workforce Mobility and IT Security use cases Knowledge Explain common use cases for Workforce Mobility Explain common use cases for IT Security Describe the benefits of a structured IT approach to End User Computing + Objective 4.3: Explain the role of NSX in IT Automation use cases Knowledge Explain common use cases for NSX in IT Automation + Objective 4.4: Explain the role of NSX in application continuity and disaster recovery use cases Knowledge Explain common use cases for application continuity Explain common use cases for disaster recovery Describe the benefit of Cross-vCenter NSX with disaster recovery Duration : 15-20hours Cost: Rs 15k

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