So many of you have been asking me about the AWS 3-in-1 Bootcamp I led for Kevin Wallace Training…you were not able to attend the 6 live sessions we conducted (and bonus content) and you would love the recorded version. Well, great news, the time has arrived!
Master the cloud with AWS certification prep for the Solutions Architect Track. These live training session recordings include real-world challenges and demos, practice exams, and downloadable recordings with slides.
Here’s what you get:
Recorded live sessions with real-world and AWS certification prep for the Solutions Architect Track:
AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner – Foundation Level
There is one topic you need to know for sure and that is SPAN. But SPAN where? Well, everywhere! I would know the SPAN config (and options) for the following:
OK, OK, maybe the IOS is a bit of a stretch, but I wanted to include it here for my readers.
Remember, the Switched Port Analyzer feature is necessary because when we are wanting to do packet captures in the switched infrastructure, the switches will do their jobs and keep us from seeing frames that do not need to be sent to our switch port (with the analyzer). This is the filtering that switches do so well (unlike those stupid hubs).
Notice that while there is variation in the syntax – there is an overall consistency in the approach. It is all about setting the source port(s) correctly and the destination port. As you will see in the NX-OS and UCS examples, the destination port often holds the “bells and whistles” of the configuration.
NOTE: I think it will help if I present the source and destination configurations separated as you will see. This should allow us to really focus on each.
AWS Certified Solutions Architect – Professional Level
Hands-on lab challenges
Downloadable class recordings with slides and memory aids
___________________________ Live Class Schedule:
All classes take place from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM EST (GMT-5)
Monday, January 11, 2021
Wednesday, January 13, 2021
Friday, January 15, 2021
Monday, January 18, 2021
Wednesday, January 20, 2021
Friday, January 22, 2021
NOTE: 9:00 PM EST (GMT-5) is the earliest we will complete class each evening. Please be prepared to remain in class for a full hour following this announced time! This is often dependent on the number of student questions during the event.