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Cloud Computing and Networking

Scaling Overlay Virtual Networks: Every major hypervisor- and networking vendor has an overlay virtual networking product or solution. Most of them work reasonably well in small environments, but would they also scale to thousands of hosts and tens- or hundreds of thousand of virtual machines or Docker containers

This free webinar sponsored by Nuage Networks (now part of Nokia) explores the scalability challenges of overlay virtual networks and give you some guidelines that you can use to select the overlay virtual networking solution for your public or private cloud.

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Containers and Docker

Docker Networking Fundamentals: This webinar explains the networking requirements of Linux containers and various Docker networking models, including overlays, Macvlan and Ipvlan.

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Data Center Infrastructure

Networks, Buffers, and Drops: Buffering is a confusing and sometimes controversial topic when it comes to networking. In this short webinar JR Rivers discusses some of the related theory and practicalities as well as gives insight to tools that are available to networking specialists.

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TCP, HTTP and SPDY: TCP and HTTP, the transport and presentation-layer protocols used by almost all web-based applications, could have a significant impact on web application responsiveness and page load time. The webinar also describes SPDY, a novel protocol that is currently the basis for HTTP 2.0.

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Internetworking

Tech Talks on ipSpace.net: The first round of Tech Talks covers MPLS, LDP, MPLS-TE and RSVP, and the interaction between QoS, MPLS-TE and MPLS/VPN.

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IP version 6

Enterprise IPv6 - the First Steps: This webinar describes the basics of IPv6 and helps you understand typical IPv6 deployment scenarios, IPv6 security implications, and the first steps you need to take to deploy IPv6 in your network.

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IPv6-Only Data Centers: The webinar describes an alternate approach to dual-stack or IPv6-on-the-outside design: an IPv6-only data center and network core with the only IPv4 component being NAT46 translation boxes at the network edge. Tore Anderson is running this design in production environment and shared his real-life experiences and the glitches he encountered in his deployment.

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Network Automation

Network Programmability 101: This webinar discusses fundamental concepts and ideas that network engineers can use today to start "ramping up" the software-defined path. Matt Oswalt addresses some of the biggest questions on many network professionals' minds - questions like "Do I need to be a programmer to keep my job?", or "There is so much to learn - where do I start?".

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PowerShell for Networking Engineers: The PowerShell for Networking Engineers webinar describes the basics of PowerShell (to help you understand the rest of the webinar if you have no prior PowerShell experience) and then focuses on a number of network automation use cases.

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Network Security

Ethernet Encryption: This webinar is a deep dive into different approaches used to secure Carrier Ethernet networks and links.

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Transport and Network Security Primer: This webinar will help you grasp the principles and mechanisms you can use to secure your network and transport infrastructure.

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Software Defined Networking (SDN)

Introduction to Software Defined Networking (SDN): This webinar will help you figure out whether it's worth spending time and energy on Software Defined Networking and related technologies, and explain the concepts of SDN, whitebox switching, and network programmability and automation.

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PCEP and BGP-LS Deep Dive: The webinar describes BGP-LS and PCEP, the key enabling protocols for SDN in the MPLS-based WAN. BGP-LS is used to convey topology and TE link-state information to the controller, and PCEP allows reporting of LSP status, and creation, deletion and modification of TE LSPs.

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Software Gone Wild podcast: The Software Gone Wild podcast is focused on software-driven architectures, solutions and technologies that real networking engineers use in production networks.

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Software-Defined WAN (SD-WAN) Overview: Starting with the problem statement and a brief history of various architectural approaches to-date, this webinar delves into the design components of an SD-WAN system and its three traditional layers: management, control, and data. It then talks about use cases from real deployments and covers topics such as traffic engineering/path control and failover.

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Software-Defined Data Centers (SDDC)

Introduction to Software-Defined Data Centers (SDDC): This webinar describes the concepts of Software Defined Data Centers (SDDC) including software-defined storage, network connectivity and network services using VMware NSX/VSAN as a real-life example.

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VMware NSX Architecture Overview: VMware NSX brings together the best of Nicira NVP and VMware vCloud Network and Security (vCNS) into one unified platform providing a full-service L2-L7 overlay virtual network for any hypervisor, any cloud platform, deployed on top of any general purpose IP network hardware.

This webinar describes the principles of overlay virtual networking, architecture of VMware NSX and its components, NSX principles of operation, and services offered by VMware NSX in vSphere based clouds, and open source based clouds like OpenStack or CloudStack.

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