Check Out Four New Professional Level Networking Courses
This week dive into four new professional-level Networking courses, created by Rohit Pardasani, Piotr Kaluzny and Brian McGahan. These courses feature over 15 hours of in-depth video instruction, graded quizzes and supplemental course files to help you master the technologies and become an expert.
Implementing Multicast Services - This course covers L3VPN Multicast Services which is one of the topics in the CCNP SPCOR Exam. In this course, you will learn about IGMP v1/v2/v3, PIM Sparse mode, SSM, PIM Bidir, and Multicast Listener Discovery. Students who are preparing for the CCNP SPCOR Exam or professionals who are working in the Service Provider environment will benefit from this course, as will anyone who wants to deepen their understanding of Multicast.
Palo Alto Firewall Advanced Technologies - Securing an enterprise starts with a firewall. Palo Alto Next-Generation Firewall is recognized as one of the industry's leading security systems that you can easily deploy and operate. This course aims to help you understand several Palo Alto Firewall technologies designed to either allow you to scale the deployment, or adjust it by enabling additional security features. This series will show you how to configure VPN access, how to use some advanced security technologies and how to control administrative access and routing.
Data Center Compute Design - This course is targeted at Data Center Network Designers, and CCNP Data Center Candidates alike, covering the newest Designing Cisco Data Center Infrastructure 300-610 (DCID) exam. Topics covered include Unified Computing System (UCS) Components, UCS Ethernet Design, UCS Storage Design, and UCS Network Virtualization Design, just to name a few.
Data Center Storage Design - This course is targeted at Data Center Network Designers, and CCNP Data Center Candidates alike, covering the newest Designing Cisco Data Center Infrastructure 300-610 (DCID) exam. Topics covered include iSCSI, Fibre Channel, FCoE, FCIP, Storage High Availability, and Storage QoS just to name a few.