Tuesday, September 10th
Hilton London Kensington – 179-199 Holland Park Avenue
London, W11 4UL
In collaboration with VMware, VMUG is bringing back an opportunity for members to participate in a technical roadshow focused on vSphere 6.7. This event is complimentary to all VMUG members, so make sure you register today!
VMware vSphere is the foundation of VMware’s Software Defined Datacenter and Cloud vision. No matter where you are in your digital transformation journey, getting current on VMware vSphere can best position you to gain maximum value from your VMware SDDC solution. Whether you are implementing new technologies or are looking at hybrid cloud or Bi-modal IT, upgrading vSphere can help you get there faster.
Kev Johnson will be the event facilitator
This is a good opportunity to hear back from peers, networking and be more close with the VMware community.
Dell EMC Networking OS10 combines the best of Linux, open computing, and networking to advance open networking disaggregation. OS10 is a transformational software platform which provides networking hardware abstraction through a common set of APIs.
You can enable consistency across compute and network resources for your system operator (sysops) groups that require server-like manageability, as well as leverage your existing network conguration.
You can simulate OS10 devices using OS10 VM appliances. The OS10 VM appliances execute the same software deployed on OS10-enabled hardware devices, with the exception of the hardware abstraction layer. The OS10 VM hardware abstraction layer simulates hardware devices in a VM environment.
All CLI commands as well as RESTCONF and SNMP interfaces are available in the OS10 simulation environment. You can build sandbox environments to learn open networking concepts, and prototype network operations and scripts risk-free.
OS10 simulation features
All OS10 CLI commands and north-bound interfaces (RESTCONF, SNMP) are available including:
- System management (SSH, AAA, DHCP, and so on)
- Management port
L3 data plane and control plane (using Linux functionality)
Partial support for L2 data plane and control plane (using Linux functionality):
OS10 feature limitations
- No ACL or QoS support (NPU is not available) — ACL and QoS CLI commands are available (but have no eﬀect on trafc)
- Limited L2 functionality (NPU is not available on simulator) — no spanning-tree control plane functionality
- No breakout mode for simulated ports
- Defaults to S6000-ON hardware platform simulation
- Workstation or laptop with 16 GB RAM or larger recommended
- 64-bit x86 CPU with 2 GHz or faster core speed (dual-core or larger recommended)
- SDD with 64 GB available space
- Virtualization environment — you can use either Windows, Linux, or VMware ESXi as a host system for the GNS3 Server VM environment
- VMware ESXi server recommended for large network simulation
This is going to be my 2nd Cisco Live, and i’m very excited because i’ve learned a lot over the past 8 years and i’m in a different professional stage at the moment that 8 years ago it was just a dream. I’m a strong believer that these events are important to grow your “networking” and keep you updated on new trends/technology.
So how my calendar looks like so far?
- CCDE Techtorial and Exam
If you are are around, lets grab a beer and crack some of the topics above
The goal of extending ACI anywhere is becoming real with ACI Virtual Edge (EVE), the next generation of the Application Virtual Switch (AVS) for ACI environments. this should be available until the end of the year, AVE is hypervisor independent, offering consistent policy control across multiple hypervisors. For now the only target hypervisor is VMware.
AVS still supported but seems to be time for a change!
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A VMware email come through about my VCP, 3 years it’s too short! No way i will let this expire. So what are the options?
(1) Upgrade to VCAP
(2) Update with the latest VCP exam
(3) Certify in a different technology track
At this point i will not move forwards to VCAP, just renew with VCP 6.5. See what’s New on 6.0 and 6.5 and do some labs. After that it’s time to schedule the exam :)