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Data Center 3.0 for Networking Engineers :
1 - Introduction
2.1 - Application Concepts
2.2.1 - Introduction to Scalability and Load Balancing
2.2.2.1 - Single Server Solutions
2.2.2.2 - Scale-Out Application Architectures
2.2.2.3 - Scaling Database Servers
2.2.3.1 - DNS and Anycast Load Balancing
2.2.3.2 - Load Balancers 101
2.2.3.3 - Common Load Balancer Features
2.2.3.4 - Advanced Load Balancer Features
2.2.3.5 - Server-Based Load Balancing
2.2.4 - Global Load Balancing
2.2.5 - Scalability and Load Balancing - Conclusions
2.3 - Firewalls
2.4 - Routing or Bridging
3 - Network Virtualization
4 - Network Reference Architecture
5.1 - Storage Protocols 101
5.2 - Fibre Channel over Ethernet
5.3 - iSCSI
5.4 - Long-Distance Storage
5.5 - Storage Myths
5.6 - Storage Q&A
6.1 - Server Virtualization 101
6.2 - Hypervisor LAN Connectivity
6.3 - Hypervisor Networking
6.4 - Hypervisor Storage Connectivity
6.5 - Blade Server Evolution
6.6 - Server Virtualization - Questions
7 - Data Center Interconnect
8 - Conclusions and Questions
CV1 - Basics of Compute Virtualization
CV2 - Virtual Machines and Hypervisors
CV3.1 - VM Access to External Networks
CV3.2 - Hypervisor LAN Connectivity
CV3.3 - VM Access to Storage
CV4 - High Availability and Live VM Mobility
CV5.1 - Operating System Level Virtualization
CV5.2 - Linux Network Namespaces
CV5.3 - Linux Containers and Docker
CV6 - Blade Servers
D1 - Microsoft Network Load Balancing
X1 - Direct Server Return

01 Overview :
0 - Webinar Overview
1 - What is a Fabric
T1 - UFT Technology Overview

02 Requirements :
RQ0 - What Is a Data Center Fabric
RQ1 - Optimal Bandwidth Utilization
RQ2 - Redundant Edge Connectivity
RQ3 - Layer-2 Transport and VM Mobility
RQ4 - Enhanced Layer-2 Transport
RQ5 - Optimal Layer-3 Forwarding
RQ6 - Multiple Routing Domains
RQ7 - Storage Integration
RQ8 - Lossless Transport and Data Center Bridging
RQ9 - Table Sizes and Packet Buffers

03 Fabric Architectures :
A0 - Fabric Architectures - Introduction
A1 - Independent Devices
A2 - MLAG Technology Overview
A3 - Shared Management Plane
A4 - Centralized Control Plane
A5 - Centralized Control Plane with Local Offload
A6 - Centralized Data Plane
A7 - Conclusions

04 Data Center Fabric Solutions :
5.10 - Solution Scorecard Explanation
5.101 - Criteria Applicability

05 Arista EOS :
M10 - Product Overview - Arista
M11 - Product Details - Arista
M12 - Software Features Release Overview - Arista
M13 - Highlighted Software Features - Arista EOS
M14 - Highlighted Software Features - Arista 7150
M15 - OpenFlow Support - Arista
M16 - VXLAN Support - Arista
U16 - Arista EOS

06 Brocade VCS Fabric :
M20 - Product Overview - Brocade
M21 - Product Details - Brocade
M22 - VCS Fabric
M23 - Highlighted Software Features - Brocade
M24 - Software Features Release Overview - Brocade

07 Cisco Nexus Switches :
M30 - Product Overview - Nexus 9000 Series
M30 - Product Overview - Other Nexus Switches
M31 - Product Details - Cisco
M32 - FabricPath, vPC and DFA
M33 - Software Release Overview - Nexus OS
M34 - Highlighted Software Features - Nexus OS
M35 - OpenFlow Support in Nexus Switches
M36 - VXLAN Support in Nexus Switches

08 Cumulus Linux :
15.1 - What Is Cumulus Linux All About
15.2 - Cumulus Linux Data Center Architectures
15.3 - Cumulus Linux Base Technologies
15.4 - Simplify Network Configuration with Cumulus Linux
15.5 - Cumulus Linux Architecture
15.6 - Conclusions and Questions
U16 - Cumulus Linux

09 Dell Force10 :
M40 - Product Overview - Dell Force10
M41 - Dell Force10 FTOS Software Features
M42 - OpenFlow on Dell Force10 Switches

10 HP IRF :
M60 - HP Data Center Switches Product Overview
M61 - HP Intelligent Resilient Framework (IRF)
M62 - OpenFlow Support on HP Data Center Switches

11 Juniper QFX- and EX Series :
M50 - Product Overview - Juniper Data Center Switches
M51 - Product Details - QFX- and EX-Series Switches
M52 - Product Details - QFabric
M53 - Virtual Chassis
M54 - Junos Software Release Overview
M55 - OpenFlow Support on Juniper Data Center Switches
M56 - VXLAN Support on Juniper Data Center Switches

12 NEC ProgrammableFlow :
M70 - Product Overview - NEC ProgrammableFlow
M71 - Software Release Overview - NEC ProgrammableFlow

13 Other Vendors :
5.12 - Alcatel Lucent Omniswitch
5.13 - Avaya ERS
5.20 - Plexxi Affinity Networking

Data Center Interconnects :
A1 L2 DCI Mythbusting
A1 L2 DCI Mythbusting_2
D1 - Stretched clusters
D2 - vMotion with LISP
X1 Redundant Data Center Internet Connectivity

Designing Active-Active and Disaster Recovery Data Centers :
1.1 - Webinar Introduction
1.2 - Definitions
2.1 - Disaster Recovery
2.2 - Disaster Avoidance
2.2.1 - Disaster Avoidance - Questions and Answers
2.3 - Data Center Migration
2.4 - Load Balancing Across Data Centers
2.5 - Cloudbursting
2.6 - Do You Need VM Mobility
3.1 - Latency
3.2 - Limited Bandwidth
3.3 - Storage considerations
4.1 - Parallel Application Stacks (Swimlanes)
4.2 - Parallel Application Stacks - Questions and Answers
5.1 - Inter-DC vMotion Bandwidth
5.2 - Large Layer-2 Domains
5.3 - Ingress and Egress Traffic Flows
5.4 - Stateful Services in the Forwarding Path
6 - Surviving the Failures
7 - The Right Way of Doing Things
8 - Typical Real-Life Designs
9 - Summary and Questions

Enterasys Robust DCI Solutions :
1 - Introduction
2.1 - VM Mobility Requirements
2.2 - Fabric Routing
2.3 - Host Routing
3.1 - Layer-2 Data Center Interconnects
3.2 - Long-Distance Live VM Migration
3.3 - Cold VM Migration over L3 DCI
4.1 - L4-7 Services within OneFabric
4.2 - OneFabric and Overlay Networks
5 - Conclusions and Questions

Leaf-and-Spine Fabric Architectures :
1 - The Problem
1.1 - Challenges of Traditional Data Center Networks
1.2 - Clos Networks and Leaf-and-Spine Fabrics
2 - Flatten the network
2.0 - Physical Leaf-and-Spine Fabric Design
2.1 - Small Fabrics and Lower-Speed Interfaces
2.2 - Building Very Large Fabrics
3 - Leaf-and-Spine Clos Fabrics
4 - Multi-Stage Clos Fabrics
5 - Design Scenarios
6 - Deployment Considerations
7.0 - Introduction to Leaf-and-Spine Designs
7.1 - Layer-3 Fabric with Non-Redundant Server Connectivity
7.10 - Introduction to Leaf-and-Spine Designs
7.11 - Layer-3 Fabric with Non-Redundant Server Connectivity
7.12 - Routing Protocol Selection
7.13 - Route Summarization and Link Aggregation
7.14 - Core Link Addressing
7.15 - Using BGP in Leaf-and-Spine Fabrics
7.16 - Simplifying BGP Configurations
7.17 - Troubleshooting and Managing BGP
7.18 - BGP in Data Centers - Sample Deployments
7.2 - Routing Protocol Selection
7.21 - Layer-3 Fabrics with Redundant Server Connectivity
7.22 - Link Aggregation between Servers and Network
7.23 - Active-Standby Server Connectivity
7.24 - Host Routing
7.25 - Building a Pure L3 Data Center with Cumulus Linux
7.3 - Route Summarization and Link Aggregation
7.31 - Runinng Routing Protocols on Servers
7.32 - Routing from Hosts - Deep Dive
7.33 - Examples from Real World
7.4 - Core Link Addressing
7.41 - Layer-2 Fabrics
7.42 - Traditional Bridging
7.43 - Routing on Layer-2
7.44 - MAC-over-IP Encapsulation
7.45 - Redundant Server-to-Network Connectivity
7.46 - Introduction to SPB and Avaya Fabric Connect
7.47 - SPB Deep Dive
7.48 - Building Data Center Fabrics with SPB
7.5 - Using BGP in Leaf-and-Spine Fabrics
7.50 - Layer-2+3 Fabrics
7.51 - Routing on Spine Switches
7.52 - Routing on Leaf Switches
7.53 - Overlays Data Center Fabrics
7.53 - Overlays in Data Center Fabrics
7.54 - Overview of VXLAN with BGP EVPN
7.55 - Introduction to BGP EVPN
7.56 - BGP EVPN Deep Dive
7.57 - EVPN Integrated Routing and Bridging
7.6 - Simplifying BGP Configurations
7.7 - Troubleshooting and Managing BGP
7.8 - BGP in Data Centers - Sample Deployments
D1 Leaf Spine Clos Fabric with Dell Force10 switches
D2 Large Leaf Spine Clos Fabric Using 10GE Links
D3 - Multi-Stage Clos Fabrics With Dell Force10 Switches
D4 - Dell Fabric Manager

Open Networking for Large-Scale Networks :
1 - Whitebox and Disaggregation Drivers
2 - Components
3 - Network Operating Systems
4 - Challenges
5 - Whitebox and Disaggregation - Questions
6.1 - Large Data Center Fabric Challenges
6.2 - Pod Architecture and Basic Access Topologies
7.1 - Single-SKU Data Center Networks
7.2 - Hardware Challenges
8 - Building Large Leaf-and-Spine Fabrics

Segment Routing :
1 - Segment Routing 101
2 - Common Segment Identifiers
3 - Sample Use Cases
4 - Segment Routing in SDN Ecosystem
5 - More Information

TCP, HTTP and SPDY :
1 - The Problem
2 - TCP and HTTP
3 - TCP and HTTP - Questions
4 - TCP and HTTP Improvements
5 - SPDY
6 - Conclusions

Network Visibility with Flow Data :
1.1 - Flow Collection 101
1.2 - Vendor Support
2.1 - sFlow
2.2 - NetFlow
2.3 - IPFIX
2.4 - Conclusions

SEGMENT ROUTING INTRODUCTION :
1 - Segment Routing 101
2 - Common Segment Identifiers
3 - Sample Use Cases

USING SEGMENT ROUTING IN SDN ECOSYSTEM :
4 - Segment Routing in SDN Ecosystem
5 - More Information

Sizing the NetworkVIDEO LECTURES :
1 - The Problem
2 - Identifying Congestion and Packet Loss
3 - Handling Congestion
4 - Sizing Factors and Methodologies
5 - Questions

ADVANCED MPLS TOPICS :
BGP Best External
EIBGP Load Balancing

MPLS TALKS :
1 - The Essence of MPLS
2 - MPLS-TE Basics
3 - Introduction to MPLS Label Distribution Protocol (LDP)
4 - LDP, FEC and BGP
5 - RSVP-TE 101
6 - MPLS-TE and QoS
7 - Load Sharing in MPLS
8 - Entropy Labels
9 - MPLS-TE, MPLS-VPN and QoS

Ending the Tyranny of Expensive Security Tools :
1 - Introduction
2 - Monitoring Tools
3 - System and Network Control Tools
4 - Other Tools
5 - Wireless Security
6 - Open-Source Security Distros
7 - Pentest Dropboxes
8 - Malware and Threat Analysis Tools
9 - Conclusions and Questions

SecurityPCI DSS for Engineers :
1 - Introduction
2 - What is PCI DSS
3 - Importance of PCI DSS
4 - PCI DSS 101
5 - Domains and Requirements
6 - PCI DSS 3.0
7 - Scoping
8 - Compensating Controls
9 - PCI DSS Myths
A - Getting it Right

CONCLUSIONS AND QUESTIONS :
6 - Parting Thoughts and Questions

OBSOLETE TECHNOLOGIES (FROM 2012 AND 2014 PRESENTATIONS) :
5.3 - vCDNI
D2 - Cisco Virtual Security Gateway (VSG)

OBSOLETE TECHNOLOGIES (FROM 2012 AND 2014 PRESENTATIONS) :
D3 - vCider
O3 - Edge Virtual Bridging (EVB)
O4 - Carrier Ethernet-Based Solutions
O5 - Cisco InterCloud
O6 - CloudSwitch

OVER-THE-CLOUD AND HYBRID CLOUD SOLUTIONS (2014 VERSION) :
4 - Over-the-Cloud Solutions
5 - Hybrid Cloud Networking

REQUIREMENTS :
1.1 - Cloud Services Overview
1.2 - What Services Will Your Cloud Offer
1.3 - IaaS Networking Services Overview
1.4 - Multi-Tenant Requirements

SIMPLE CLOUD NETWORKING IMPLEMENTATIONS :
2.1 - Basic IaaS Network Services Implementations
2.2 - Tenant Isolation

SLIDE DECK AND INTRODUCTION :
1.0 - Webinar Introduction

VIRTUAL TENANT NETWORK IMPLEMENTATIONS :
3.1 - Tenant Network Implementations
3.2 - Fabric-Based Virtual Networks
3.3 - Hypervisor-Based Virtual Networks
3.4 - Large-Scale Hypervisor-Based Virtual Networks
3.5 - Virtual Tenant Networking Scalability

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