#studying Articles

  • 2014-04-02
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Brocade Certified Professional Data Center Track - Check!

coverImage: "bro_edu4_cert_pro_data_center_rgb.png" After ~49 posts on this blog on the topic Brocade the first larger block is finally complete: the Brocade Certified Professional Data Center Track (BCPDC)! What's that? So Brocade has several (4) tracks which consist of certifications/accrediations, some are shared between the tracks and some are …

  • 2014-03-30
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BANAS - Brocade Certification - Studying

I'm going to focus on the below things when studying for BANAS: They are based on the current objectives listed on Brocade's page. Brocade Accredited Network Advisor Specialist Exam Topics The Brocade Accredited Network Advisor Specialist exam has these objectives: Product Features Demonstrate knowledge of Brocade Network Advisor product features …

  • 2014-02-27
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BANAS - Brocade Accredited Network Advisor Specialist

Finally got around to start preparing the last certificate/accreditation - BANAS to complete the Brocade Data Center Track (ok, not last. There are plenty more!). It looks like it's an accreditation showing that the taker can do some basic tasks in Brocade Network Advisor (BNA). This used to be a …

  • 2013-08-24
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Certificate of Expertise

Yay I passed the EX436 Red Hat Enterprise Storage Management ! https://www.redhat.com/wapps/training/certification/verify.html?certNumber=111-207-403&isSearch=False&verify=Verify

  • 2013-07-31
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SDN Course - Interview with Google Network Lead

This week in the SDN course on coursera there were lots of examples of real use of SDN stuff, for example like the B4 WAN by Google. They got a really interesting and cool interview with the Network Lead at Google - Amin Vahdat. And! They actually put this interview up …

  • 2013-07-17
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Make your own L2 Firewall!

Is what I did this week during the SDN Course on Coursera :) Within mininet or with a real OpenFlow capable switch, you can point the switch to use a controller. The controller would figure out all the smart stuff and the switch only does what the controller tells it to …

  • 2013-07-10
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SDN Course on Coursera-2

Halfway now, in week3, and just finished the first programming assignment in the course Software Defined Networking. Quite happy with the course so far, the quizzes are not too hard if you actually listen to the video lectures and after taking Coursera's "Learn to Program: Crafting Quality Code" the python …

  • 2013-07-07
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SDN course on coursera

Even though I'm on summer holiday I'd squeeze in time for a Software-Defined Networking course on coursera! https://www.coursera.org/course/sdn It's given by a professor from Georgia University. It's still not too late to register, it's only on the second week (until tomorrow Monday 8/7) and …

  • 2013-01-14
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Ever thought about studying a bit of programming? Thought it was a too daunting task? I've just gone through the second lesson on learnstreet and it's quite fun! It doesn't take long to go through the first two lessons, so if you don't have much time you can spend a …

  • 2012-06-16
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Red Hat Certification - RHCE - KVM via CLI

In a previous post while preparing for RHCSA I installed kvm post-installation, via the GUI. But how to install, configure and use it only from the CLI? Virt-Manager http://virt-manager.org/page/Main_Page has some details As a test-machine I'm using a server with Scientific Linux 6.2 (with virtualization …