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CBT Nuggets – Docker With Shawn Powers

CBT Nuggets – Docker With Shawn Powers

CBT Nuggets – Docker With Shawn Powers 2hrs | 13 Videos | .MP4 | aac, 44100 Hz, stereo | h264, yuv420p, 1280×720, 12 fps | 595 MB Genre: E-learning | Intermediate | English Docker is a container management system that virtualizes application environments, allowing for higher density server usage without the need for additional hardware virtualization. Docker is a management and deployment layer built on the “container” concept that virtualizes an application’s environment without the overhead of virtualizing the hardware itself. This course teaches the installation, use, and management of these “Dockerized” applications in a real world environment. Recommended skills: Intermediate-level Linux skills Recommended equipment: 64-bit Linux system, virtualized or installed directly on hardware Related certifications: Linux Essentials LPIC-1/Linux+ CentOS System Administrator Related job functions: System administration Development DevOps

CBT Nuggets – VMware vSphere 6 (VCP6-DCV) With Keith Barker

CBT Nuggets – VMware vSphere 6 (VCP6-DCV) With Keith Barker

CBT Nuggets – VMware vSphere 6 (VCP6-DCV) With Keith Barker English | 12hrs | 55 Videos | .MP4 | aac, 44100 Hz, stereo | h264, yuv420p, 1280×720, 24.00 fps | 3.63 GB Genre: E-learning This VMware vSphere video training course with Keith Barker covers VMware’s flagship virtualization platform. It discusses the core topics of installing, managing and administering a virtualized data center using VMware vSphere v6. It further reviews concepts to assist a candidate in preparation for passing the vSphere Foundations and DC Virtualization exams. Note: taking the VMware exams requires authorization from VMware. The course has a strong emphasis, (along with instructions for the learner), to build a practice lab and practice each of the technologies presented in the course. Related area of expertise: Virtualization Recommended skills: Familiarity with basic virtualization concepts Familiarity with VMware Workstation Familiarity with Windows Server 2012 Familiarity with IP networking Recommended equipment: Computer with 16 GB of RAM (32GB preferred) and Intel VT or AMD-V support VMware Workstation (latest version) SSD hard disk(s) recommended Related certifications: VMware Certified Professional (VCP6-DCV) Related job…

CBT Nuggets – VMware vSphere 6 (VCP6-DCV)

CBT Nuggets – VMware vSphere 6 (VCP6-DCV)

CBT Nuggets – VMware vSphere 6 (VCP6-DCV) Size: 3.64 GB Type: Tutorial This VMware vSphere video training course with Keith Barker covers VMware’s flagship virtualization platform. It discusses the core topics of installing, managing and administering a virtualized data center using VMware vSphere v6. It further reviews concepts to assist a candidate in preparation for passing the vSphere Foundations and DC Virtualization exams. Note: taking the VMware exams requires authorization from VMware. The course has a strong emphasis, (along with instructions for the learner), to build a practice lab and practice each of the technologies presented in the course. Related area of expertise: Virtualization Recommended skills: Familiarity with basic virtualization concepts Familiarity with VMware Workstation Familiarity with Windows Server 2012 Familiarity with IP networking Recommended equipment: Computer with 16 GB of RAM (32GB preferred) and Intel VT or AMD-V support VMware Workstation (latest version) SSD hard disk(s) recommended Related certifications: VMware Certified Professional (VCP6-DCV) Related job functions: IT professionals Server administrators Virtual administrators Storage administrators Network administrators In this course, you’ll get the topics you need for success…

vMX – 14.2

vMX – 14.2

vMX – 14.2 English | Size: 2.14 GB (2,294,218,752 Bytes) Category: CBTs This vMX is modified to work with GNS3. More information can be found in GNS3 GitHub issues where there is a feature request on how to use it.

LinuxCBT SLES-12x Edition

LinuxCBT SLES-12x Edition

LinuxCBT SLES-12x Edition English | mp4 | H264 1356×764 | AAC 2 ch | 16 hrs 3 min | 1.98 Gb Genre: eLearning Course Objective Installations – Identify and obtain ISO images – Prep VM GUEST – Perform Desktop installation – Tweak Desktop environment – Publish repository via HTTP – Perform Server installation via HTTP – Confirm setup and tweak – Discuss various installation methods – Perform SSH-based installation – Perform VNC-based installation – Confirm installation images – Evaluate SystemD Target – Clone GUEST installation – Evaluate results of various installation methods Basic Linux Skills – Command Line Interface (CLI) – BASH – Introduction to GNOME Terminal – Demonstrate usage of the following useful commands & concepts – ls, pwd, cd, cp, mv, rm, mkdir, rmdir, whoami, man, info – alias, cat, file, chmod, chown, history – Standard in/out, UNIX Pipes, Redirection, Command Chaining – ps, df, free, vmstat, top, kill – less & more, head & tail, diff – which & whereis, w, who – Explore BASH configuration files – Use grep and awk to process text…

LinuxCBT Moni-Zab Edition

LinuxCBT Moni-Zab Edition

LinuxCBT Moni-Zab Edition English | 2015 | mp4 | H264 1356×766 | AAC 2 ch | 4 hrs 8 min | 647 MB eLearning Course Objective Intro to Zabbix Monitoring Environment Introduction – Zabbix – Features – Discuss features and benefits – Explain supported protocols – Discuss polling mechanism – Explore Zabbix process architecture – Examine simplicity of deployment – Identify target Zabbix HOST – Explore classroom environment Zabbix Installation – Identify and obtain packages – Install Zabbix server for MySQL – Install Web Front-End – Explore package footprint – Identify key configuration files – Install Zabbix Agent where applicable – Explore Agent configuration directives – Setup Agent environment – Evaluate configuration Web Front-End – Ensure dependencies are met – Install and configure Web Front-End – Correct problems during installation – Access web interface – Update default credentials – Briefly peruse web front-end environment – Prepare for general usage Monitor HOSTs – Identify targets for monitoring – Obtain and deploy appropriate agents – Debug configuration as needed – Add new HOSTs to Zabbix monitoring environment – Identify broken…

LinuxCBT systemd Edition

LinuxCBT systemd Edition

LinuxCBT systemd Edition English | 2015 | mp4 | H264 1356×766 | AAC 2 ch | 4 hrs 20 min | 567 MB eLearning Course Objective systemd System | Daemon (Services) Manager systemd Features | Boot – Discuss features and benefits – Contrast with SysV INIT – Explore boot environment – Highlight systemd functionality – Change systemd boot target – Evaluate startup environment – Draw parallels to SysV INIT where appropriate System Information – Identify important systemd utilities – Expose time | date related settings – Alter timezone settings and evaluate – Disucss locale control – Discuss available hostname settings – Identify default hostname configuration – Alter hostnames as needed and evalute changes – Confirm persistence of altered results – Identify logged-in users – Discuss various applicable systemd tools Targets | RunLevels – Contrast SysV RunLevels with systemd Targets – Identify default target | runlevel – Alter target as needed and contrast with runlevels – Transcend targets and track runlevel equivalents – Enumerate loaded | supported targets – Enter ‘rescue’ target and evaluate – Reduce services | enter…

Communicating Sequential Processes with core.async by Timothy Baldridge

Communicating Sequential Processes with core.async by Timothy Baldridge

Communicating Sequential Processes with core.async by Timothy Baldridge English | Size: 532.45 MB (558,315,638 Bytes) Category: CBTs In this Communicating Sequential Processes with core.async training course, expert author Timothy Baldridge will teach you the basics of core.async. This course is designed for users that already have a working knowledge of Clojure and ClojureScript. You will start by learning how to create channels, then jump into creating and using threads. From there, Timothy will teach you how to combine and split channel streams, work with transducers, and the pipeline abstraction. This video tutorial also provides a quick tour of core.async internals, including how channels are modeled, how alt handlers interact with channels, and how threads interface with channels. Finally, you will learn about non-blocking channel operations and how to put it all together. Once you have completed this computer based training course, you will be fully capable of writing your own applications that take advantage of the core.async library.