Network Architect

A Network Architect is a professional who takes care of communication networks, such as local area networks (LANs), wide area networks (WANs), and intranets. They play a crucial role in creating, maintaining and modifying an IP network's hardware, software and virtualized components working closely with security, developer, and other teams to support the business.

HOL-2126-01-NET

NSX-T – Getting Started

Get hands on with the newest version of NSX: VMware NSX-T Data Center. Work with the Policy Manager UI in NSX-T and learn how to configure logical switching, routing, load balancing and distributed firewall in a multi-hypervisor environment.

~2h30m

HOL-2137-01-NET

NSX Advanced Load Balancer (Avi Networks) - Getting Started

Explore VMware NSX Advanced Load Balancer by Avi Networks to see how it easy it is to apply load balancing, web application firewall and container ingress to any application in a multi-cloud environment.

~4h

HOL-2040-01-NET

SD-WAN by VeloCloud - Getting Started

Explore VMware SD-WAN by VeloCloud including the key components and architecture.

~1h30m

HOL-2122-01-NET

NSX Cloud Consistent Networking and Security across Enterprise, AWS & Azure

VMware NSX Cloud provides customers the ability to abstract and manage Networking and Security policies consistently across hybrid cloud environments, from on-premises data center to native AWS and Azure workloads. In this lab, we will explore how VMware NSX provides a single security policy for applications deployed in cloud as well as applications straddling cloud boundaries. We will do this using a NSXTools based enforcement as well as using native cloud enforcement and compare both choices offered through NSX Cloud.

~3h45m

HOL-2026-04-ODY

Odyssey NSX-T - Advanced

Are you ready to showcase your skills? VMware Odyssey by Hands-on Labs are short tasks that challenge your knowledge on VMware Products and Solutions. You will have thirty minutes to complete four Advanced NSX-T Odyssey tasks. Sponsored by Intel

~30m View Leaderboard View Leaderboard

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