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Chapter: Introduction

VMware NSX Fundamentals: Introduction

03m 7s

Chapter: Lesson 1: Software-Defined Data Center

Learning objectives

00m 21s

1.1 Software-Defined Data Center Concepts

04m 3s

1.2 Evolution of the Software-Defined Data Center

06m 14s

1.3 VMware vSphere Virtualization

06m 48s

1.4 Understanding Network Virtualization

11m 2s

Chapter: Lesson 2: Networking Fundamentals

Learning objectives

00m 23s

2.1 Ethernet Switching Fundamentals

09m 37s

2.2 Data Center Network Topologies—Traditional

07m 29s

2.3 Data Center Network Topologies—Emerging

12m 18s

Chapter: Lesson 3: NSX Lab

Learning objectives

01m 6s

3.1 Introducing the VMware Hands-on Labs (HOL)

06m 54s

3.2 Examining the Lab Physical Topology

04m 12s

3.3 Examining the Lab Logical Topology

06m 54s

3.4 Examining the Lab Application Topologies

04m 23s

3.5 VMware HOL NSX Tips and Tricks

03m 43s

Chapter: Lesson 4: NSX Manager and NSX Control Cluster

Learning objectives

00m 57s

4.1 Introducing the Management, Control, and Data Plane

11m 43s

4.2 Adding Network Virtualization Components to Create a True SDDC

04m 21s

4.3 Exploring NSX 6.2 Basic Design

15m 29s

4.4 Examining NSX Components and Access Methods

10m 34s

4.5 Understanding and Deploying NSX 6.2 Manager

07m 45s

4.6 Installing NSX 6.2 Manager

05m 10s

4.7 Understanding NSX 6.2 Controller

07m 57s

4.8 Deploying NSX 6.2 Controller

04m 29s

Chapter: Lesson 5: Logical Switch Networks

Learning objectives

01m 8s

5.1 Logical Switch Networks: Overview and Goals

08m 25s

5.2 Logical Switch Networks: Evolution

12m 52s

5.3 Understanding Encapsulation Fundamentals

09m 15s

5.4 Introducing VXLAN Tunnel Endpoints (VTEP), Segment IDs (SID), and the Transport Zone (TZ)

15m 40s

5.5 Understanding the Logical Switch and Packet Walk

15m 5s

5.6 Introducing Broadcast, Unknown Unicast, and Multicast (BUM)

02m 52s

5.7 Examining a BUM Packet Walk

10m 13s

5.8 Configuring a Logical Switch

01m 30s

5.9 Design Solutions Using Hardware VTEPs and OVSDB

10m 45s

5.10 Connecting the Physical Domain with the Virtual Domain (VLAN to VXLAN)

01m 15s

Chapter: Lesson 6: Distributed Logical Routing

Learning objectives

00m 27s

6.1 Centralized vs. Distributed Routing

08m 16s

6.2 Distributed Logical Router Architecture

12m 7s

6.3 Deploying Distributed Logical Router

08m 22s

6.4 Routing Protocols

08m 21s

Chapter: Lesson 7: Edge Routing and High Availability

Learning objectives

00m 26s

7.1 NSX Edge Services Gateway Routing Features

11m 8s

7.2 Static Routing on NSX Edge

09m 52s

7.3 Dynamic Routing on NSX Edge: Overview

02m 44s

7.4 Dynamic Routing on NSX Edge: OSPF Support

06m 50s

7.5 Dynamic Routing on NSX Edge: BGP Support

04m 40s

7.6 NSX High Availability Mode

09m 49s

7.7 Scale and Placement of NSX Edge Appliances

08m 12s

Chapter: Lesson 8: Virtual Private Networks

Learning objectives

00m 48s

8.1 Securing Communication Paths with VPNs

03m 39s

8.2 Enabling Remote Users to Connect Securely (SSL VPN-Plus)

03m 38s

8.3 Introducing SSL VPN Gateway (Web and Network Access Mode)

05m 48s

8.4 Configuring SSL VPN-Plus

05m 34s

8.5 Understanding Site-to-Site Connectivity

03m 39s

8.6 Comparing Industry VPN Approaches

05m 24s

8.7 Layer 2 (SSL) VPN Use Case and Design

08m 31s

8.8 Configuring Layer 2 (SSL) VPN

04m 2s

8.9 Understanding the Unmanaged Edge

02m 1s

Chapter: Lesson 9: NSX Edge Load Balancer

Learning objectives

00m 38s

9.1 Introducing the NSX Edge Load Balancer

08m 19s

9.2 Comparing Inline to One Arm Deployment

06m 12s

9.3 Protecting Your Application—Application Profiles and Virtual Servers

10m 52s

9.4 Protecting Your Application—Service Monitoring and Pools: Overview

06m 28s

9.5 Protecting Your Application—Service Monitoring and Pools: Demo

09m 44s

9.6 Protecting Your Application—Application Rules

04m 55s

9.7 Application Profiles—SSL Load Balancing

04m 36s

9.8 NSX Load Balancer Availability

01m 39s

Chapter: Lesson 10: Distributed Firewalls

Learning objectives

00m 50s

10.1 Introducing Distributed Firewalls

14m 15s

10.2 Understanding Micro-segmentation, Zero-Trust, and the Goldilocks Zone

04m 4s

10.3 Designing DC Security Using Firewalls

03m 54s

10.4 Understanding the Technical Details of DFW Implementation

09m 5s

10.5 Creating Rules (MAC, IP, and Objects)

13m 18s

10.6 Scale and Performance Considerations

05m 21s

10.7 Configuring the DFW: Concepts and Mechanics

06m 47s

10.8 Configuring the DFW: Demo

05m 59s

10.9 Verifying the DFW

08m 19s

10.10 DFW Considerations and Additional Functionality

04m 39s

Chapter: Lesson 11: Automating the Security Architecture

Learning objectives

00m 41s

11.1 Understanding Security Groups

10m 12s

11.2 Understanding Security Policies

05m 46s

11.3 Understanding Security Tags

10m 34s

11.4 Putting It All Together with Service Composer: Concepts and Overview

06m 53s

11.5 Putting It All Together with Service Composer: Demo

14m 57s

11.6 Integrating Third-Party Solutions

09m 6s

11.7 Using Third-Party Solutions with Service Composer

04m 15s

Chapter: Lesson 12: Additional Edge Services

Learning objectives

00m 41s

12.1 Introducing Use Cases for Bridging, Address Translation, and IP Management

03m 34s

12.2 Connecting the Physical to the Virtual (P2V) Domain (Layer 2 Bridging)

08m 30s

12.3 Understanding the Details of P2V Bridging

09m 2s

12.4 Understanding NSX Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)

04m 42s

12.5 Understanding NSX Edge Network Address Translation (NAT)

03m 44s

12.6 Introducing NSX Data Security

04m 19s

Chapter: Lesson 13: Multi-vCenter NSX

Learning objectives

00m 35s

13.1 Introducing the Multi-vCenter Architecture

06m 41s

13.2 Introducing the Multi-vCenter Components

06m 26s

13.3 Understanding Local and Universal Firewall Rules

10m 16s

13.4 Understanding Local and Universal Switching

10m 39s

13.5 Understanding Local and Universal Distributed Routing

04m 50s

13.6 Configuring Universal Distributed Logical Routing

06m 42s

13.7 Multi-vCenter Design Considerations

07m 19s

13.8 Migrating to a Multi-vCenter NSX Deployment

05m 17s

Chapter: Lesson 14: Operations

Learning objectives

00m 35s

14.1 Implementing NSX RBAC

07m 25s

14.2 Configuring NSX RBAC

04m 17s

14.3 Analyzing NSX Flow Monitoring Data

07m 49s

14.4 Creating or Modifying Firewall Rules from NSX Flow Monitoring Data

04m 39s

14.5 Configuring and Analyzing NSX Activity Monitoring

03m 41s

14.6 Configuring and Analyzing Logging Data

08m 15s

14.7 Troubleshooting with NSX Traceflow

07m 9s

Chapter: Summary

VMware NSX Fundamentals: Summary

00m 49s