Objective 2.2 – Configure and Manage Layer 2 Bridging
- Add Layer 2 Bridging
- Connect Layer 2 Bridging to the appropriate distributed virtual port group
In this blog post I will cover section 1 objective 1.3 of the VCAP6-NV Deploy exam.
In this blog post, I will cover section 1 objective 1.2 of the VCAP6-NV Deploy exam.
In this blog post, I will cover section 1 objective 1.1 of the VCAP6-NV Deploy exam.
Well….here goes nothing! I’ve decided that the next certification that I will pursue will be the VCAP6-NV Deploy. (I sure hope I don’t regret this! 😳) With all the hype surrounding NSX and SDDC, what better time than now to really focus on the software defined network. More and more companies are starting to adopt NSX to harden their security, help them get into network automation with products like vRealize Automation, or even to help protect and migrate workloads to public cloud. So to stay relevant….I better jump on the bandwagon sooner than later.
There are few things in IT that are worse than needing to recover some data and realizing that you don’t have a proper backup of it. Well, good thing for me, this only happened in my home lab and not at my day job. I suffered a power outage during some recent bad weather and one of my management VMs, the VM that had everything that I use to manage my home lab, decided it wasn’t going to come back up. Oh how I wish I had a backup of that VM so that I didn’t have to spend hours getting it back to where it was before the crash. So, I decided I needed to get something in place so that this wouldn’t happen again. Veeam…to the rescue! I’ve used Veeam before at my previous job as our primary backup tool but it never hit me to try it in my lab because I also remember the cost! And for a small home lab it just wasn’t feasible. But then I realized that Veeam gives a NFR license to vExperts…..say no more! In this blog I will go through the install for Veeam Backup & Replication 9.5. Read Full Article