Networking is a complex but essential area of study for system administrators. This Learning Path covers the ways users can connect to a network; the concepts of switching, routing, and internetworking; end-to-end protocols; end-to-end data; network security; and everything else you need to know to keep a network functioning smoothly.
Analyze your organization’s traffic using Wireshark
This Learning Path prepares you for taking the necessary steps in achieving your Cisco Routing and Switching Certification (CCNA and CCNP). You’ll prep for the Cisco 100-101 exam (ICND1 – Networking Devices, Part 1) and Cisco 200-101 (ICND2 – Networking Devices, Part 2) which are required for the CCNA Certification, and Cisco 300-115 (Switch Exam Training) which is the first step towards your CCNP Certification.
Mix multiple approaches to create speedy, reliable mobile apps.
Creating prototype simulations on workstations is one thing. But to transform an organization, you need to build simulations, deploy simulations, and share insights on an enterprise scale. In this Learning Path, you'll learn essential techniques for building and validating prescriptive-model simulations. You might want to take a look at other Learning Paths by Instructor Jerry Overton once you complete this course.
If you're building relational, time series, IoT, or real-time architectures using Hadoop, you should be familiar with Apache Kudu. Kudu enables fast analytics on fast data by completing Hadoop’s storage layers, providing a new option to achieve fast scans and fast random access from a single API. This Learning Path introduces you to Apache Kudu, exploring what it is, when to use it, and how to use it in conjunction with popular Hadoop ecosystem tools. You’ll apply this knowledge by building and running a real-time analytical application using Kudu, Impala, Kafka, and Spark.
In this Learning Path, you’ll discover how to apply a 5-step process for evaluating business models you create through prescriptive model simulation. You’ll learn how to find the most viable innovations, and to spot and eliminate risk. Through simulation, you can stop trying to predict the future and, instead, generate possible futures, choose the one you want, and identify the conditions that are required to move it from simulation to reality. You might want to take a look at other Learning Paths by Instructor Jerry Overton once you complete this course.
If you need to understand how to query relational databases, this Learning Path will get you up and running quickly. Commands, joins, and views are the most fundamental elements of SQL (Structured Query Language) and with them you can make powerful insights into your data. In the just an hour and a half, you will learn how to use SQL to manage data that is held in relational databases. This Learning Path is designed for beginners who have no previous experience with SQL of any kind. Working files are included, allowing you to follow along with the instructor.