Školení je vedené virtuálně v angličtině. Cena kurzu je 1 880 EUR a bude přepočtena aktuálním kurzem poslední den školení. This five-day, fast-paced course provides comprehensive training on how to install, configure, and manage a VMware [...]
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Školení je vedené virtuálně v angličtině. Cena kurzu je 1 880 EUR a bude přepočtena aktuálním kurzem poslední den školení. This five-day, fast-paced course provides comprehensive training on how to install, configure, and manage a VMware NSX® Advanced Load Balancer™ (Avi Networks) solution. This course covers key NSX Advanced Load Balancer (Avi Networks) features and functionality offered in the NSX Advanced Load Balancer 18.2 release. The features covered include the overall infrastructure, virtual services and application components, global server load balancing, various cloud connectors. Also covered are application troubleshooting and solution monitoring. Access to a software-defined data center environment is provided through hands-on labs to reinforce the skills and concepts presented in the course.

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Experienced system administrators or network administrators.

By the end of the course, you should be able to meet the following objectives:

  Describe NSX Advanced Load Balancer architecture

  Describe the NSX Advanced Load Balancer components and main functions

  Explain the NSX Advanced Load Balancer key features and benefits

  Deploy and configure NSX Advanced Load Balancer infrastructure within Private or Public Clouds leveraging Write and No Access Cloud Connectors

  Explain, deploy, and configure Service Engines

  Explain and configure Local Load Balancing constructors such as Virtual Services, Pools, Health Monitors, and related components

  Understand and modify application behavior leveraging Profiles, Policies, and DataScripts

  Configure advanced services such as Global Server Load Balancing

  Describe and leverage NSX Advanced Load Balancer REST API interfaces and related automation capabilities

  Describe and configure NSX Advanced Load Balancer application and infrastructure monitoring

  Gather relevant information and perform basic troubleshooting of applications leveraging built-in NSX Advanced Load Balancer tooling

1  Course Introduction

  Introductions and course logistics

  Course objectives

 

2  Introduction to NSX Advanced Load Balancer

  Introduce NSX Advanced Load Balancer

  Discuss NSX Advanced Load Balancer use cases and benefits

  Explain NSX Advanced Load Balancer architecture and components

  Explain the management, control, data, and consumption planes and their respective functions

 

3  Virtual Services Configuration Concepts

  Explain Virtual Service components

  Explain Virtual Service types

  Explain and configure basic Virtual Service components such as Application Profiles, Network Profiles,

   Pools, and Health Monitors

 

4  Profiles and Policies

  Explain and deep dive on Advanced Virtual Service creation

  Explain and deep dive on Application Profiles and Types such as L4, DNS, Syslog, and HTTP

  Explain and configure advanced application HTTP Profile options

  Deep dive on Network Profiles and Types

  Explain and configure SSL Profiles and Certificates

  Explain and Configure HTTP and DNS policies

 

5  Pools Configuration Concepts

  Explain and deep dive on Pools configuration options

  Describe available Load Balancing algorithms

  Explain multiple Health Monitor types

  Explain multiple Persistence Profiles

  Explain and configure Pool Groups

 

6  Modifying Application Behavior

  Design and apply application solutions leveraging application profiles

  Design and apply application solutions leveraging Network and HTTP Policies and DataScripts

  Explain DataScript fundamentals

  Explain and leverage NSX Advanced Load Balancer analytics to understand application behavior

  Describe and configure Client SSL Certificate Validation

  Describe and configure Virtual Service DDoS, Rate Limiting, and Throttling capabilities

  Modify Network Profiles properties such as TCP connection properties

  Design and apply application solutions leveraging Persistence Profiles

 

7  NSX Advanced Load Balancer Infrastructure Architecture

  Deep dive on the management, control, data, and consumption planes and functions

  Describe Control Plane Clustering and High Availability

  Describe Controller Process Sharding

  Describe Controller Sizing

  Describe Service Engine CPU and NIC Architecture

  Explain Tenants

  Deep dive and configure properties of Service Engine Groups

  Explain Service Engine Group High Availability Modes

  Describe and configure Active/Standby High Availability Mode

  Describe and configure Elastic HA High Availability Mode (Active/Active, N+M)

  Explain Service Engine Failure Detection and Self-Healing

  Describe Service Engine as a Router

  Deep dive on Virtual Service scale out options, such as Layer 2 (Native), Layer 3 (BGP), and DNS-based

  Explain Infrastructure Upgrade process

 

8  Introduction to Cloud Connectors

  Introduce Cloud Connectors

  Review Cloud Connector integration modes

  Introduce Cloud Connector types

 

9  Install, Configure, and Manage NSX ALB in No Access Clouds

  Explain No Access Cloud concepts

  Configure No Access Cloud integration

  Explain and Configure Linux Server Cloud

  Describe the Advanced Configuration options available in Bare-Metal (Linux Server Cloud)

 

10  Install, Configure, and Manage NSX ALB in VMware environments

  Introduce VMware integration options

  Explain and configure VMware No Access Cloud Connector

  Explain and configure VMware Write Access Cloud Connector

  Describe VMware Write with NSX-V Access Cloud Connector

  Describe VMware NSX-T integration

 

11  Install, Configure, and Manage NSX ALB in Public Clouds (AWS)

  Describe NSX Advanced Load Balancer Public Cloud integrations

  Explain and demonstrate AWS Public Cloud Integration

  Describe Azure Public Cloud Integration

 

12  DNS Foundations

  Review, discuss, and explain DNS fundamentals

  Describe NSX Advanced Load Balancer DNS and IPAM providers

 

13  Global Server Load Balancing

  Introduce Global Server Load Balancing Concepts and Benefits

  Explain and configure NSX Advanced Load Balancer infrastructure

  Explain and configure DNS Virtual Service components

  Explain and configure GSLB Service Engine Group

  Describe and configure GSLB Sites

  Explain and configure basic GSLB Services to include pools and health monitors

  Describe GSLB Service Load Balancing algorithms

  Explain and configure Data and Control Plane-based Health Monitors

  Describe GSLB Health Monitor Proxy

 

14  Troubleshooting

  Introduce Infrastructure and Application Troubleshooting Concepts

  Describe Control Plane and Data Plane-based Troubleshooting

  Explain Application Analytics and Logs

  Describe client logs analysis

  Explain Headers troubleshooting and Packet Capture mechanism

  Leverage CLI for detailed data plane troubleshooting

  Explain Service Engine Logs

  Explain Health Monitors troubleshooting

  Explain BGP session troubleshooting

  Describe Control Plane Troubleshooting, Clustering, and Cloud Connector issues

 

15  Monitoring NSX Advanced Load Balancer Solution

  Describe NSX Advanced Load Balancer Events

  Describe and configure NSX Advanced Load Balancer Alerts

  Describe NSX Advanced Load Balancer monitoring capabilities, leveraging SNMP, Syslog, and Email

 

16  Introduction to NSX ALB Programmability and Automation

  Introduce NSX Advanced Load Balancer REST API interface

  Describe REST API Object Schema

  Explain and interact with REST API interface, leveraging browser and command line utility

  Explain Swagger-based API documentation

  Review 3rd-party automation integrations

 

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