Bluemix Infrastructure Fundamentals

Durée: 

3

Langue: 

DE

Prix: 
2242.5
Description: 

This course explores the network implementation of Bluemix Infrastructure (formerly Softlayer) Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS). You will be introduced to how to connect to the cloud to take advantage of Bluemix Infrastructure's capabilities. This approach will be offered through instructor-led instruction, active demonstrations, and use of hands-on labs. The course covers the specific features and tools related to ordering, configuration and deployment, as well as sharing techniques and best practices from hundreds of production environments.

This course is designed to teach you how to:

  • Order, configure, deploy, and scale infrastructure to manage and tackle common network implementation issues.
  • Leverage Subject Matter Expert offered best practices, based on real client implementations and expert tips from production environments
  • Use the SoftLayer self-managed support structure and processes
  • Reach out to SoftLayer resources for information and help
  • More detailed objectives include:
  • Review design considerations for data center scalability
  • Evaluate perimeter firewall options and rules, considering the requirements based on a case study
  • After ordering a firewall from the customer portal, learn how to configure firewall objects and policies including Internet Protocol Security (IPsec), Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) and Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) rules
  • Differentiate between the types of secondary Internet Protocol (IP) addressing and compare secondary IP addressing, Virtual routing and forwarding (VRF), and Network Address Translation (NAT); distinguish between virtual networking from physical networking; and physical and virtual switches
  • Order IP addresses and assign secondary IP addresses
  • Support capacity growth by enabling intra-pod and inter-pod routing by configuring IP connectivity between virtual local area networks (VLANs) and between multiple PODs or data centers
  • Establish security zones and firewall rules to restrict traffic between VLANs and data centers using the Brocade vRouter 5400
  • Configure Network Address Translation (NAT) to allow custom IP ranges to access the SoftLayer shared network.
  • Reviewing the difference between source network address translation and destination network address translation (Source NAT and Destination NAT) and discussing where each are used
  • Explain and demonstrate how the VPN is configured on the FSA as well as the Vyatta. Comparing and contrasting the differences and similarities
  • Establish an Internet Protocol Security (IPsec) Virtual Private Network (VPN) between two data centers.
  • Configure local and global load balancing to provide performance required to meet unpredictable capacity demands using Citrix NetScaler
  • Local Load Balancing with NetScaler. Review available choices for scaling, set-up, back-up and considerations with other data centers

Infrastructure Leaders, IT Operations Manager/Systems Administration, IT Security Management, IT Strategy & Enterprise Architecture, Solution/Software Architecture

None

Introduction and Review
        Network fundamentals
        SoftLayer data center scalability
    Perimeter firewalls
        Fortinet FortiGate Security Appliance (FSA) overview
        FSA firewall rules
    Secondary Internet Protocol (IP)
        IP addressing
        Virtual networking
    Routing and Network Security
        Introduction to Brocade vRouter (Vyatta)
        Enabling intra/inter-pod routing
        Security zones and firewalling
        Enabling network address translation (NAT) on Brocade vRouter
        Virtual private network (VPN) technologies
    Load balancing and Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) Offloading
        Local versus global load balancing
        Introducing Citrix NetScaler
        Local load balancing with Citrix NetScaler
        Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) Offload
        Global load balancing with Citrix NetScaler
        FSA site-to-site virtual private network (VPN)
        FSA vs. Brocade comparison

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