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May
15

Maybe your company has decided to move to the Cloud and you need to know what Azure is and how to create resources, or maybe you want to learn Azure so you can add it to your resume.  Either way, this short course will explain what Azure is, the difference between PaaS and IaaS, and how to create resources in Azure.

 


Why You Should Watch

This simple step-by-step class will teach you the basics of Cloud services and provide a solid foundation of knowledge to build on. Given the amount of services available on Azure, it would be impossible to learn each one with just one class, so this course covers the basics of storage, networking, virtual machines, SQL databases, and web apps. Through the discussion of these 5 topics, we can effectively demonstrate how Azure works and how to set up different services in Azure.


What You’ll learn

After viewing Overview of Microsoft Azure, you will have a basic understanding of Azure and its abilities, and be better prepared for the Azure exams.


About the Author

Jonathan started in the electronics field and moved into the IT field after relocating to the U.S., he has worked as an IT generalist for the past 20 years. Jonathan has earned several certifications including: CISSP, MCSA: Windows 2012 R2, MCSE: Cloud Platform and Infrastructure 2017, Microsoft Azure, and Cisco CCNA.

Currently, Jonathan works as a Windows Server and Azure Infrastructure Engineer for New Signature, a cloud-first, full-service Microsoft solution provider and Microsoft Gold Partner. He is also a Microsoft P-CSA (Cloud Solution Architect), which provides advanced notification and testing of new Azure changes. Jonathan uses his experience in Windows, security, databases, and other systems to help clients with their move to the cloud, and to help them understand the changes involved in this process.

Jonathan’s past positions include working for the state of South Carolina Department of Social Services, in the Security Department, working as an IT manger for Southland Log Homes, and a Senior Windows Administrator for QualServ Corp.


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All Access Pass members can view this course on our streaming site. You can also Purchase Jonathan’s Course here.

May
09

Prepare to pass your CCIE Security v5 Lab Exam with confidence. Join 5-time CCIE, Rohit Pardasani, for 20+ hours of intensive, hands-on training that will set you up for success.

 


Why You Should Watch

Not only will you refine your skills and expand your knowledge of the blueprint technologies, you will also learn to change the way you think about problems and how to derive solutions. In addition to helping you pass your exam, this course gives you real-world practical knowledge to carry you past the CCIE lab and into everyday applications that you’ll use as a CCIE in the field.


Course Details

This course is taught by Rohit Pardasani and is 22 hours and 35 minutes long. You can view the course on our streaming site, or purchase it at ine.com.

May
02

This course will teach you how to use Terraform to provision your AWS infrastructure. It will guide you through setting up Terraform with your AWS account and take you through creating your first resource with Terraform in AWS.

 

About the Course:

This course is taught by Kevin Holditch and is 4 hours and 28 minutes long.

What You’ll Learn:

  • All of the resource types Terraform can create and how you can use variables to create more advanced infrastructure setups
  • How to group a set of resources into a reusable module allowing you to easily create common setups again and again
Apr
30

The Blockchain is disrupting industries and certainly not just the financial sector. Technological innovation can impact more than our daily lives and perhaps it can effectively disrupt entire industries. The Blockchain is already impacting the processing of payments for international settlements. The Blockchain is now one of the most sought after technical skills and is expected grow exponentially. In a recent report by Deloitte named “Deloitte’s 2018 Outlook” highlights the growth of Blockchain Technology.

 

Whether you’re a PHP developer, pre sales engineer, or a networking architect, the Blockchain is now at the forefront of technologies to know.

In this course we will cover key aspects around Blockchain and Bitcoin, including: What is a Blockchain? What is Bitcoin? What are smart contracts? What is a cryptocurrency? What are digital tokens? How are Blockchain and Bitcoin related and why is it so important to know the relation? We will also cover Some common misconceptions about Blockchain and Bitcoin and discuss Ethereum as a primary example of a common open source Blockchain.

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Apr
27

The INE Bootcamps site is finally here! We constantly strive to make our products and buying experience better, which is why we decided to give our bootcamps their very own website. As INE continues to grow, we plan on rolling out even more bootcamp dates, locations and types, all of which can now be found at bootcamps.ine.com.

What You’ll Find On Our Bootcamps Site:

  • Full description and details about CCIE Routing and Switching, Data Center, Collaboration, Service Provider and Security certifications and exams
  • Full description and details about CCNP and CCNA Routing & Switching certifications and exams
  • Full description and details about GCP Cloud Architect certification and exam
  • Detailed description of prerequisites for all tracks and vendors
  • Recommended path, outlining exactly what products you’ll need for each track and in what order to use them to ensure you pass your exams the first time
  • All of our bootcamp offerings for all tracks and vendors, including details about pricing, dates, and what to expect from each bootcamp
  • Detailed descriptions of each of our bootcamp locations


Ready to get started on your certification journey? Check out our Bootcamps Site for yourself.

Apr
25

Cloud service providers like Amazon Web Services (AWS) are leading the way to cloud adoption across all industries, changing the way organizations interact with their data. Board rooms already know they need to move to the cloud so it’s important to understand the how’s and the why’s of your cloud journey. AWS has built and made available powerful tools and services to support the most demanding big data workloads. You no longer need to be a data scientist to take advantage of complex data analytics tools, as AWS has made these tools within reach both from a technical and cost perspective to the masses.


Why You Should Watch:

If you’d like to learn how to minimize the complexity of big data pipelines, this course is for you.
Growing your skills in big data and analytics positions you to help fill the massive skills gap that exist for this high wage in-demand job sector.


What You’ll Learn:

The AWS Certified Big Data Specialty course is designed to give students a solid foundation of AWS Services related to a big data pipeline. The hands-on exercises in this course demonstrates the speed of innovation that can be gained using the AWS Cloud services. Fast is the name of the game, there is value in fast delivery of experimentation, innovation, insights. Students will learn how to quickly get started using AWS services that enable you to get answers from your data fast.

In the course, we look at various AWS services used to collect data, which varies depending on the type, size and frequency of the data with services such as Amazon Kinesis, AWS IoT, and Amazon Data Pipeline. We examine the data storage options that are available in AWS to store data in a reliable, resilient, secure and low-cost manner with tools such as S3, DynamoDB, and ElastiCache. We do a deep dive into data processing and analysis with Hadoop on Amazon EMR, Redshift data warehouse and Amazon Athena for interactive analytics, Amazon ML for embedding batch and real-time machine learning into the data pipeline. We’ll learn how to quickly and easily tell compelling stories with data using AWS’s data visualization tool Amazon QuickSight. Finally, we identify how to secure our data at rest and in transit throughout the big data pipeline using data encryption options and methods.


About the Instructor:

Marvin Collier is a dedicated husband and proud father of 4 kids and has 2 decades of experience designing and managing large databases and data analytics systems. Marvin has several AWS certifications including, AWS Certified Solution Architect, AWS Certified SysOps Admin and AWS Certified Big Data Specialty. When he’s not designing and implenting AWS architectures, he enjoys playing games with his kids and songwriting.


You can watch Marvin’s AWS Big Data Course here.

Apr
24

Virtualization is a key skillset for any Linux Administrator or Engineer. Not all workloads are useful in the cloud, and companies are quickly realizing this in terms of increasing cloud bills. You can bring those workloads in house, but what about licensing? KVM is a favorite of home labs because of the low cost of entry (free). KVM is also a favorite of shops that know how powerful open source is. Gain a greater understanding of how any virtualization platform works by utilizing common linux tools to manage and orchestrate your virtual machines. KVM forms the basis for upstream virtualization projects like oVirt and RHEV as well. Learn how to setup a virtualized environment only armed with an install usb from your favorite linux distribution.

 

Any workload can be run on a KVM virtual machine platform. Docker/Kubernetes? No problem. Databases, front end web services, workloads requiring dedicated hardware such as GPU’s or HBA’s, KVM can run any of these workloads with near bare metal performance.


What You’ll Learn:

  • Setting up the hypervisor machine
  • Installing your first virtual machine
  • managing network storage memory and cpu resources
  • Virtual machine snapshots
    Virtual machine cloning


You can watch this course on our streaming site.

Apr
20

Tired of creating and maintaining server instances for every app, language, and framework you use? Want to focus on pure function code, instead of wasting time on server management? Learn how to run your functions as a service, in a DevOps-free environment, with our Introduction to Serverless Computing.

 


In This Course You’ll Learn:

  • What Serverless Computing is, and how it differs from conventional server hosting
  • How to save on operational costs by reducing DevOps, and only paying when your functions are active
  • Ways to easily run functions as microservices, which automatically scale as load increases
  • How to create serverless functions in AWS Lambda, Azure functions, Google Cloud Functions, and
    Algorithmia


About The Instructor:

Jon Peck is a full-stack developer, consultant, teacher, and startup enthusiast. With a Computer Science degree from Cornell University and two decades of industry experience, he now focuses on bringing scalable, discoverable, and secure machine-learning microservices to developers across a wide variety of platforms.

Speaker (conferences): DeveloperWeek, SeattleJS, Global AI Conf, AI Next, Nordic APIs, DeveloperWeek, ODSC
Speaker (tech schools): Galvanize, CodeFellows, Metis, Epicodus, Alchemy
Organizer: Seattle Building Intelligent Applications Meetup
Educator: Cascadia College, Seattle C&W, independent instruction
Lead Developer: Empower Engine, Giftstarter, Mass General Hospital, Cornell University

Ready to Watch? All Access Pass members can view this course by logging in to their account. To purchase this course visit ine.com.

Apr
18

This course covers WLAN Security Basics, Wifi Attack Vectors, 802.11 Security Design Considerations, and 802.11 Authentication.

 

Instructor: Steve Evans

Course Duration: 2hr 44min


What You’ll learn:

The first module discusses the need for Wi-Fi security and provides the background of decision and standards making bodies. It also discusses 802.11 in the Enterprise. In the second module, you will learn typical modes of attack on Wi-fi implementations and how different attack methods expose the vulnerability of the Wi-Fi network. Module 3 describes the need for performing a risk assessment, as well as establishing a security policy. It also discusses management and monitoring of the enterprise Wi-fi network. The last module details the different 802.11 authentication methods used from password based to enterprise based. It provides details on the complexities of more stringent authentication methods.

Ready To Watch? Click here to view on our streaming site. Don’t have an All Access Pass? No problem, you can also purchase this course at ine.com.

Apr
11

Considering Windows Server 2016? In this helpful course, get the details about Windows Server 2016 basic functionality and features that we use as administrators on almost a daily basis.

 


Why You Should Watch:

If you are interested in Administering Windows Server 2016 and need to know the basics, this is where you start! This course covers all the basic aspects of utilities you will use as a system administrator, how to get to them, and how they work.


What You’ll Learn:

This course covers installation methods, service packs, troubleshooting, basic features of Active directory, data storage, remote services, network monitoring, reliability and availability, permissions, security, and virtualization.


About the Instructor:

Melissa Hallock has been in the IT field since 1996 when she first began working with hardware. While working on a Bachelor of Applied Science in Networking, she landed her first IT job in a Forbe’s top 100 growing companies as a LAN Technician and worked with all things Microsoft. Later she migrated to Linux and Mac operating systems. Having always worked in an education setting as a tech, she decided to start teaching and began teaching at the second largest private college in Michigan. She quickly became the most sought out instructor and decided to pursue a Master of Information. After she completed her masters’, she expanded her teaching to also cover several programming courses.

Melissa also has several certifications including the A+, Networking +, Cloud +, and the Windows 7 certification. She is now working on a Security + certification, and then will get started on her MCSA.

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