Test 000-670: IBM Systems Networking Technical Support V1
The recommended education is a valuable way to prepare for the certification exam. The education cannot provide the experience needed to succeed on the exam, and completion of recommended education will not guarantee success on the exam.
The education recommended is not required for every candidate. Those with strong existing skills in components of networking may not require courses related to those skills.
There are no charge online courses that provide easily accessed education at the convenience of the candidate. There are fee based classroom class which may be attractive to those who prefer the traditional class room environment and who's schedule matches with the class schedule.
Introduction to Networking
Course duration: 2 Days
Course number: XTRN0G
Introduction to Networking lays the foundation for all courses related to networking. This course will enable better understanding of the theoretical concepts involved in the working of major technologies and protocols related to networking.
This course will provide a broad overview of computer networking while concentrating on a few important theoretical aspects. This will involve an introduction to the basic components of networking focussing on understanding the generic hierarchical view, after which the focus will shift to each of these layers and their functions.
The course also features an Introduction to Data Link Layer concepts, Storage Area Networks, Local Area Networks, Virtual Local Area Networks, TCP/IP, Applications, Network Management and Security.
IBM System Networking Implementation
Course duration: 3 days
Course number: XTRN1
Abstract: IBM System Networking provides the essential data and storage networking solutions under the IBM brand to connect servers to servers, servers to storage and storage to storage and to provide complete interoperability with core networks. IBM System Networking offers a compelling alternative for clients seeking more efficient data centers with the greatest business value and lowest total cost of ownership for their datacenter networks. IBM System Networking enables an open, standards-based approach to: Simplify management Optimize and automate virtualization Flatten and converge the network This course discusses the features, functions, and configuration of selected IBM System Networking RackSwitches and BladeCenter network switches. The course will include a review of the current offerings of IBM System Networking switches, basic switch administration, configuration of selected layer 2 and layer 3 functions, and discussion related to advanced features like VMready and vNIC with Virtual Fabric.
IBM System Networking RackSwitch G8264T
Course duration: 27 minutes
Course number: ltu35799
Abstract: Learn about the new IBM RackSwitch G8264Tthe new addition to the IBM System Networking portfolio and IBM's first 10GBase-T switch. This switch provides flexible connectivity across distances up to 100m at a low cost makes the G8264T an optimal choice for connecting high-speed server and storage devices. In this session we will cover the positioning, deep dive into the specs and options, competitive comparisons, positioning 10GBase-T vs. SFP+ and how it pairs up with IBM servers and storage to deliver a strong IBM solution for our clients.
IBM System Networking Technical Competitive Overview
Course duration: 37 minutes
Course number: ltu36012
Abstract: This course is an overview of the major System Networking industry competitors for the technical point of view.
Networking OS 7.2 Technology Deep Dive Update
Course duration: 25 minutes
Course number: ltu37513
Abstract: The IBM Networking OS 7.2 deep dive will provide a closer look at ways to optimize traffic flows and other layer 3 enhancements to increase network performance
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