Feb
26
It’s an exciting time to be in the Network Engineering field right now! According to the eWeek 2018 ‘Hottest’ IT jobs report, Security Specialists and Network Engineers are at the top of the list for Enterprises. The network engineer positions offer both long-term growths and high average salaries due to demand. But there is a caveat. As true in any technology career, you have to stay ahead of the curve on the emerging trends and technologies. Do you remember seeing network engineer jobs... Read More
Feb
22
In the world of network monitoring, SPAN and RSPAN are useful features that can be implemented on Cisco switches. These two features provide the ability to transparently monitor (by copying) select ingress traffic, while allowing the switch to continue to forward the original traffic as normal. Both SPAN and RSPAN require the selection of one-or-more SPAN Source ports (typically physical interfaces, but entire VLANs can also be selected) as well as one-or-more SPAN Destination ports (where... Read More
Feb
21
  Our new Introduction to Hadoop course will provide an overview of Hadoop software, its components and uses. The course will begin with a review of Hadoop origins and history, and will also cover the architecture, ecosystem and available distributions of Hadoop.  Read More
Feb
19
When people first start using Azure, they normally do something silly, like accidentally exposing a virtual machine fully to the Internet. Then they find out about Network Security Groups (NSG’s), which act as a basic firewall to block ports, but NSG’s do so much more! Read More
Feb
15
Hyperledger Fabric is a blockchain framework implementation and one of the Hyperledger projects hosted by The Linux Foundation. Hyperledger Fabric leverages container technology to host smart contracts called "chaincode" that comprise the application logic of the system . Read More
Feb
14
You can watch Dean Babbage's most recent content by logging into your Members Account and checking out his CCNP Collaboration v1 Advanced Technologies Series. Read More
Feb
12
Have you ever thought about how secure your servers are “in the cloud”? Well, the good news is that servers in the cloud, or even virtualized within your own infrastructure on-premises cloud, are likely to be more secure than those on bare metal. Read More
Feb
08
  Many courses will try to teach you Linux by cramming as many topics into the course as possible. This course takes a different approach by exposing you to one very important topic, Tar, with the goal of teaching it well and in depth. Tar is the unified way of backing up and sharing files in Unix and Linux, so we must learn it once and learn it properly. Dive into Tar with Andrew Mallett by logging into your INE Member's Account. Read More
Feb
06
  This course is intended for network and voice professionals looking to further improve their knowledge, or prepare themselves for the CTCOLLAB exam. In this course we will be looking at everything troubleshooting, starting with Registration, Call Setup, Dial Plan Replication, Application, Media Resources, Call Quality and Video Conferencing Architecture. This course will be delivered in lecture based format with plenty of hands on practical demonstrations. Read More
Feb
05
A lot of organizations, from small companies to large enterprises, consider email one of their most important communication systems. Many people (including myself) are more apt to send an email than make a phone call or send a text. There are a few different reasons why using emails may simplify things: Outreach & ease of use. You can quickly send an email to anyone if you have the right address. Including additional information in a form of attachment is trivial. Convenience. Email messages... Read More

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