Due to the growing need for ITIL related training, ITdojo has brought on several ITIL Read more →
Posted by:Admin | Posted on: March 6th, 2014 | 0 CommentsDue to the growing need for ITIL related training, ITdojo has brought on several ITIL certification offerings for our clients to take advantage of. We have training available both as live remote (virtual) courses and Live-In person courses. For most of these courses, certifications are included and the exam is taken on the last day. Take a peek below at some of the classes that are available through ITdojo.
|ITIL Foundations Training|
|ITIL Service Operation (SO)|
|ITIL Continual Service Improvement (CSI)|
|ITIL Service Transition (ST)|
Posted by:Admin | Posted on: February 25th, 2014 | 0 CommentsIn an effort to bring more training that is relevant to our client, ITdojo has recently partnered up with a company to bring you DIACAP training! The training can either be brought into Hampton Roads or we can place you in training up in Northern, VA. The courses are designed for students who want to gain an improved understanding of the DIACAP. The courses provide an overview of DIACAP requirements, documentation, and associated processes. The courses provide an in-depth look into the DIACAP processes, and includes a series of hands-on exercises in developing the DIACAP Systems Identification Profile (SIP), DIACAP Implementation Plan (DIP), and Plan of Actions and Milestones (POA&M). The DIACAP training is introduced from a Department perspective, but can be tailored as required to include Component/Service and system-specific nuances relative to the implementation of the DIACAP. Instruction modules include the DIACAP Activity Cycle, the Knowledge Service, DIACAP Governance Structure, roles and responsibilities, and many more. The fourth day of the DIACAP Intensity course provides each student with an introduction to using the DoD approved automated scanning tools, including the DISA SRRs, Gold Disk, and other DoD automated tools. For more information on these courses, please check out our DIACAP training page.
Posted by:Colin Weaver | Posted on: February 2nd, 2014 | 0 CommentsI have started and stopped learning python an embarrassing number of times. Guess what? I'm at it again. For reasons I cannot adequately explain I have never really been able to latch on to it. I am, after all, a networking guy at heart. I have always wanted to write my own code but in some geek form of writer's block I could never come up with a "why" for programming. As I learned I never made that all important leap into the realm of, "Here's how I can utilize this to make my life better|cooler|easier." Ponderous, I know. Well now I find myself overrun with ideas for programs I want to write. I'm brimming with them. Can't tell you what they are, mind you. I, like most, am waiting for people to know me by my truncated last name (Zuck, ya' see). As a form of penance I always start back at the beginning of python. I force myself to read (albeit quickly) the chapter on what python is and why it's good and then I read the section on how to install python (Windows). As I type this (on my iMac) I am running an Ubuntu VM and a Window 8 VM (God, I hate Windows 8). Python is python is python, of course. I just like to see if anything is different anywhere (which I don't expect it to be). It's good to go through the motions, even with OS' I don't use as often any more (Windows), and make sure I stay honest about them all. (more…)
Posted by:Admin | Posted on: January 22nd, 2014 | 0 CommentsManaging a vSphere storage virtualization environment requires knowledge of the features that exist between VMware and NetApp to handle large data workloads. The VMware vSphere on NetApp training provides in-depth use of best practices to improve storage resource utilization, simplify operating system maintenance irrespective of the storage topology, data center operations simplification, and optimal use of your NetApp storage. The course covers the management of any cloud infrastructure using Data ONTAP 7-mode, Clustered Data ONTAP mode, and the VMware vSphere 5.1 virtualization and management suite. This hands-on 5-day class with hands on labs immerses you into the virtual machine management and storage operations spanning NetApp Data ONTAP, VMware ESXi 5.1 with vCenter management. You will get a hands-on experience using the vCenter NetApp plug-in, the Virtual Storage Console (VSC), configuring and monitoring the VMware host settings, performing backups, restoration, and virtual machine cloning operations. For more details, visit the course page.
Posted by:Colin Weaver | Posted on: January 21st, 2014 | 0 Comments
v6 Vertex - A Brief Explanation of IPv6 Address TypesITdojo's v6 Vertex is an ever-expanding set of quick tips and useful advice for using IPv6 in your network. People who have been using IPv4 for some time know that there are three basic address types that are commonly discussed: unicast, broadcast and multicast. When it comes to address types IPv6 offers us some of what we already know and then takes things a step further. In this article I offer a quick, concise explanation of each IPv6 address type. (more…)
Posted by:Colin Weaver | Posted on: January 16th, 2014 | 0 Comments