Pluralsight | Network Management and Operations | Ross Bagurdes | 327.60 MB Category: CBTs
Networking hardware often fails, and requires policies, protocols, and monitoring to keep a data network in optimal shape. This course will teach you the policies and tools engineers use to keep networks up and running
Understanding the vocabulary, protocol operation, and hardware configuration is surprisingly only a small component of maintaining an enterprise data network. In this course, Network Management and Operations, you will learn how data moves through systems and how to reliably and securely keep the network moving data. First, you will learn about different types of network documentation. Next, you will learn about the mechanisms that keep systems working, even when a device fails. Finally, you will explore the tools used to monitor the state of network devices. By the end of this course, you will understand the secure mechanism engineers use to access network hardware, as well as, understand the difference between a hot, cold, and warm data center site.
Table of Contents
Course Overview 1m 15s Network Documentation 34m 40s Disaster Recover and Business Continuity 29m 46s Network Monitoring 31m 56s Remote Network Management 25m 29s Policies and Best Practices 27m 36s
About the Instructor
Ross Bagurdes had a diverse career. He has a Structural Engineering degree from Milwaukee School of Engineering, but gave up the career shortly after graduating from college. Beginning in 1997, Ross began officially working in IT, implementing and supporting a paperless work order system for a Natural Gas Utility in Illinois. Since then, Ross has spent his years teaching and managing data networks. Ross spent 7 years at University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics, supporting and managing the large enterprise network. He now has returned to teaching at Madison College in Madison, Wisconsin.