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Earning the Cisco CCNP Routing and Switching certification signals to potential employers that you possess the skills needed to plan, verify, and troubleshoot enterprise networks. In this course, instructor Greg Sowell prepares you for exam 300-101 ROUTE, Implementing Cisco IP Routing—a qualifying exam for the CCNP Routing and Switching certification—by reviewing two key topics covered on the exam: Layer 2 and Layer 3 technologies. Greg covers RIPng, goes over both fundamental and advanced Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP) concepts—including static neighbors and the topology exchange process—and explores EIGRP for IPv6. He also discusses Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) concepts and OSPFv3.Type: Streaming Resource
Validate your routing knowledge and expertise by earning a Cisco CCNP Routing and Switching certification. In this course, Greg Sowell prepares you for the Network Principles portion of exam 300-101 ROUTE, Implementing Cisco IP Routing—a qualifying exam for the CCNP Routing and Switching certification. Greg explores some common design elements of modern enterprise networks, as well as the fundamental differences between the dynamic routing protocol types. He also walks through the basic routing process; examines some important details of TCP, UDP, and ICMP; and covers IPv6 protocols.Type: Streaming Resource
Earning a Cisco CCNP Routing and Switching certification can accelerate your career by demonstrating to potential employers that you have the skills needed to work on complex networking solutions. In this course, Greg Sowell prepares you for exam 300-101 ROUTE, Implementing Cisco IP Routing—a qualifying exam for the CCNP Routing and Switching certification—by reviewing key router and routing security concepts. Greg explores how to use time-based and infrastructure ACLs, protect passwords, and prevent spoofing on a network using Unicast Reverse Path Forwarding (uRPF). He also covers Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP), OSPF and BGP authentication, and more.Type: Streaming Resource
Demonstrate your ability to plan, verify, and troubleshoot enterprise networks by earning the Cisco CCNP Routing and Switching certification. In this course, instructor Greg Sowell prepares you for exam 300-101 ROUTE, Implementing Cisco IP Routing-a qualifying exam for the CCNP Routing and Switching certification-by reviewing essential route redistribution and selection concepts that are covered on the exam. Greg explores the fundamentals and prerequisites required for redistribution between interior gateway routing protocols (IGP) in Cisco networks, and discusses how route-maps are configured inside of the Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP) and Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) dynamic routing protocol. He also goes over policy-based routing (PBR), IP Service Level Agreement (IP SLA), virtual routing and forwarding tables, and more.Type: Streaming Resource
Demonstrate your enterprise networking knowledge and expertise by earning a CCNP Routing and Switching certification. In this course, Greg Sowell prepares you for the Layer 2 Technologies portion of exam 300-115 SWITCH, Implementing Cisco IP Switched Networks—one of three required exams for the CCNP Routing and Switching certification. Here, Greg covers the fundamentals of switch network design, as well as SDM templates, switchport configuration and troubleshooting, and discovering connected devices. He also discusses VLAN, STP, and EtherChannel operation and configuration, Multilayer Switching, high availability, and more.Type: Streaming Resource
Validate your enterprise networking knowledge and expertise by earning a CCNP Routing and Switching certification. In this course, Greg Sowell prepares you for the Infrastructure Security and Infrastructure Services portions of exam 300-115 SWITCH, Implementing Cisco IP Switched Networks—one of three required exams for the CCNP Routing and Switching certification. Here, Greg covers how to use Hot Standby Routing Protocol (HSRP) to provide fault-tolerant gateways for hosts. He also discusses how the Gateway Load Balancing Protocol (GLBP) can be used to both provide gateway redundancy and natively load balance connections across multiple gateways simultaneously. Plus, learn about VLAN security, spoofing prevention, centralizing user management, and more.Type: Streaming Resource
C# provides function types to fit a variety of scenarios, called delegates, events, and lambda functions. In this course, Joe Marini explores these key elements, starting with delegates, which allow developers to easily separate functional pieces of a program. Joe shows how to create both anonymous and composable delegates, using a shipping costs calculator as a practical example. Next, he covers using events to broadcast and listen to messages both inside and outside a program, switching functionality on and off on demand. Finally, the course explores lambda functions: concise ways to declare small and focused or one-off functions, which keep your program code tight and efficient.Type: Streaming Resource
Start watching to learn how to adapt this flexible set of programming tools to your own C# programming needs.
Design patterns solve the challenges software developers face over and over again. They are reusable, proven solutions that make your software more reliable and flexible to change. Creational design patterns move the creation of objects out of the main codebase and into separate classes-a best practice known as encapsulation. This course explores the five most popular creational design patterns for C++. To convince you of their merits, instructor Olivia Chiu first explains why we use design patterns in the first place, and what problems that creational patterns can help you solve. She then reviews the core concepts, implementation instructions, and examples for each pattern: Factory, Abstract Factory, Builder, Prototype, and Singleton. She also shows how to extend patterns and compare patterns to find the best fit for your applications.Type: Streaming Resource
Implementing design patterns in C# keeps code clean, concise, and easy to maintain.
Using design patterns establishes consistency that helps developers build and modify code safely and avoid common architecting problems. Being able to recognize design patterns expedites the process of understanding an existing system. Using design patterns improves code readability and testability, while making it more extensible.Type: Streaming Resource
In this course, developer and technologist Reynald Adolphe explains the purpose and effective use of eight design patterns, including six Gang of Four design patterns and two .NET patterns. Gang of Four patterns fall under three categories: structural, creational, and behavioral. Reynald helps you learn about select patterns from each category. He describes each pattern and demonstrates how programmers can leverage them in real-world applications.
Design patterns allow you to reuse critical code patterns. This can help you build better code and efficiently tackle real-world design problems. In this course, follow developer and technologist Reynald Adolphe as he explores some of the Gang of Four design patterns, and covers some lesser-known patterns for C# programmers. Reynald covers a creational pattern—Builder—and then dives into structural patterns like Adapter and Composite. Plus, he delves into some behavioral patterns, including Chain of Responsibility, Command, Interpreter, Mediator, and Visitor.Type: Streaming Resource
Design patterns help programmers build better code and approach design problems more efficiently by reusing critical code patterns. This course continues the exploration of intermediate C# design patterns, defining patterns not covered previously in this series. Here, Reynald Adolphe dives into creational patterns—such as Prototype—and structural patterns—like Bridge, Façade, and Flyweight. He also covers behavioral patterns such as State, Strategy, and the Template Method.Type: Streaming Resource
Type: Streaming Resource
For over two decades, Photoshop has been an essential part of the digital artist's toolset. To celebrate its 25th anniversary, we've taken a look back at Photoshop's history: from the rise of desktop publishing and digital photography, to the evolution of Photoshop's tool palette and its sometimes controversial but necessary role in modern photojournalism. We interview early adopters and pioneering artists such as Bert Monroy, Chris Orwig, and Douglas Kirkland, as well as the people responsible for guiding Photoshop's development: John Nack, Russell Brown, and current product manager Bryan O'Neil Hughes. Konrad Eek and Sean Adams also explain what life was like before Photoshop and how this beguiling tool has democratized design and darkroom photography.
- David Blatner
- Anne Marie Concepción
- John Curley
- Richard Koci Hernandez
- Katrin Eismann
- Nigel French
- Von Glitschka
- Jan Kabili
- Ben Long
- Deke McClelland
- Justin Seeley
- Ami Vitale
- James Williamson
Type: Research Computing
CAEML's vision is to enable fast, accurate design and verification of microelectronic circuits and systems by creating machine learning algorithms to derive models used for electronic design automation. The center aims to speed up the design and verification of microelectronic circuits and systems, reducing development cost and time-to-market for manufacturers of microelectronic products, especially integrated circuits.
An NSF Industry/University Cooperative Research Center.
The multidisciplinary group will comprise companies that address biology, computers, and big data, initially addressing four challenges in genomic biology:
Genotypic Determinants of Human Disease,Understanding How Microbiomes Affect Health, Agriculture, and the Environment,Detection of Genomic Variation,Gene Network Analysis.Type: Programming
The Center for Exascale Simulation of Plasma-Coupled Combustion (XPACC) will be working to develop a new mode of managing combustion and aims to make breakthroughs in this emerging field at the basic science level.Type: Instrument
The Center for Innovation in Teaching & Learning (CITL) is a hub of innovation and hands-on support for those who want to discuss and work with higher education trends, models, projects, and resources. CITL uses leading pedagogical approaches, research-based methodologies, innovative instructional technologies, and comprehensive assessment practices to strengthen teaching efforts and improve student learning outcomes. Central to our modern mission is strengthening the linkages between CITL and colleges, programs, and units across the University that are integral to the teaching and learning missions of the university. Through our programs and activities, colleagues can share ideas and expertise with one another, learn of new developments in the scholarship of teaching and learning, and strengthen their teaching skills and strategies.Type: Consulting And Support
The Center for Microanalysis of Materials (CMM) provides researchers with open access for self-use to a comprehensive array of modern nanostructural and nanochemical analysis techniques including electron microscopy, scanning probe microscopy, surface microanalysis, X-ray scattering, and ion-beam spectroscopies. These instruments are maintained, operated and developed by professional scientists who teach instrument use and assist in interpretation of results.Type: Consulting And Support
The Center for People and Infrastructures seeks to better understand social norms, market structures, public policies and human capabilities that shape and are affected by the development of smart infrastructures. The center brings together experts in engineering, design, the social sciences, and computer science.Type: Consulting And Support
The Center for Simulation of Advanced Rockets (CSAR) is one of five university-based research centers funded by the U.S. Department of Energy as part of its Advanced Simulation and Computing (ASCI) program. The principal goal of CSAR is detailed, integrated, whole-system simulation of solid propellant rockets under both normal and abnormal operating conditions.Type: Research Computing
Based on CentOS 6 (6.10) Development
- updated from 6.9 to 6.10
Installation size ~ 4.4GBType: Cloud Image