Duration: 4h 26m | Video: 1280×720 30fps | Audio: AAC, 48 kHz, 2ch | Size: 921 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English
Network Disaggregation Fundamentals LiveLessons aims to provide the foundational knowledge required for those interested in understanding the realm of disaggregated networking. The content here will benefit technical leaders and engineers alike in mapping out and understanding the drivers towards, capabilities of, and tradeoffs involved in the field of disaggregated networking.
Disaggregation experts Russ White and Dinesh Dutt explain the history of disaggregation, including the reasons large-scale providers worked towards disaggregated solutions, and realistic business drivers. Viewers will also learn what the components of a disaggregated solution are, how they fit together, and some sources for these parts. Finally, the skill set required to run a disaggregated network will be considered, as well as the future of disaggregation.
Learn How To
Select the components required to assemble disaggregated solutions
Justify the use of disaggregated solutions
Prepare your skillset for working in a disaggregated environment
Who Should Take This Course
Network engineers at any skill level who would like to understand the theory and business drivers of network disaggregation
Network engineers at any skill level who are planning to deploy any form of disaggregation in their networks, and would like to understand the components required, as well as a high-level overview of how those components can be put together
Technical and business leaders who are considering network disaggregation, and need a solid high-level overview of the options, as well as the tradeoffs involved in each type of disaggregation
The market for this product is not restricted to a small subset of learners, as it addresses the fundamental concepts of disaggregation in a way that is applicable for many different kinds of students in a wide variety of learning situations.