D-day is nearly finished, you have just completed the 75 minute presentation and the 30 minute design scenario. With barely a pause you dive into the final 15 minute “Troubleshooting Scenario”. How should you handle this task? What should be your strategy?
This three part series from Packet Pushers is a very educational discussion about the construction and function of network hardware (routing and switching): Packet Pushers – Show 186 – The Silicon Inside Your Network Device – Part 1 or iTunes Packet Pushers – Show 187 – The Silicon Inside Your
D-day has arrived, you have just completed the 75 minute session presenting and defending your design. You have left the room for the 10 minute break and now you have returned for the 30 minute “Design Scenario”. How should you tackle this task? What should be your strategy?
This article builds upon the white papers and blogs that are available (listed below) and provides a VCDX-style guide to design decisions that need to be considered for End-to-End Network Quality of Service for vSphere 5.1 with the Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS) and Cisco Nexus switches.
In a previous blog I talked about “T-skilling” being a major requirement for the VCDX. Below are some of the things that you need to be knowledgeable about in the Networking stack.