VCA DCV and EMC CIS Labs Available via Centralized NETLAB+ (hosted service)

By / October 14, 2014 / / 0 Comments

VMware Certified Associate, Data Center Virtualization (VCA-DCV) labs and EMC Cloud Infrastructure and Services (CIS) labs are now available to NETLAB+ customers as a hosted service offering.  These labs introduce the principles and concepts of virtualization and cloud infrastructure technologies. The labs are accessed through a Centralized NETLAB+ system, hosted by NDG.  The VMware VCA-DCV […]

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Status of NDG Products and Services

By / July 18, 2014 / / 0 Comments

To keep you aware of our latest innovations, here is a quick summary of the status of our three core products/services: NETLAB+, Centralized NETLAB+ and our new course, NDG Linux Essentials. First, we want to share with you our continued commitment and investment in NETLAB+.  We are proud to say that the NETLAB+ community continues […]

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A+ Lab Content is Available for Your NETLAB+ System

By / July 18, 2014 / / 0 Comments

NDG is pleased to announce the availability of DOL NISGTC consortium developed labs for A+ training.  The use of NETLAB+ provides an opportunity for educational organizations seeking a highly scalable, cost effective solution to offer access to the technology required for a hands-on training experience. NDG partners with vendor academic programs and grant consortiums that […]

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Heartbleed SSL vulnerability

By / April 11, 2014 / / 0 Comments

NETLAB+ AE and NETLAB+ PE servers use OpenSSL 0.9.8 to communicate with the VMware vSphere API.  NETLAB+ is an SSL client in this case.  This version of OpenSSL is not vulnerable to the Heartbleed  CVE-2014-0160 vulnerability. Inbound HTTPS/SSL (tcp 443) is currently not enabled on NETLAB+ servers.  As discussed in my previous posts, we will […]

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Removal of curriculum web server feature

By / March 12, 2014 / , / 0 Comments

The NETLAB+ curriculum web server feature was designed to locally serve Cisco Networking Academy curriculum.  The current and new curriculum is designed for Cisco Netspace.  Cisco strongly recommends that users access their curriculum from Netspace. As mentioned in previous posts, NDG is making some major changes to the NETLAB+ web server components to support SSL […]

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Network+ Labs Available

By / February 12, 2014 / / 0 Comments

NDG is pleased to announce the availability of DOL NISGTC developed labs for Network+ training.    The use of NETLAB+ provides an opportunity for educational organizations seeking a highly scalable, cost effective solution to offer access to the technology required to prepare students for Network+ certification. To learn more about the Network+ labs, please visit: […]

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Cisco CCNA Routing and Switching Labs Available

By / February 12, 2014 / / 0 Comments

NDG has worked closely with the Cisco Networking Academy to support labs in the CCNA Routing and Switching curriculum.  Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) Routing and Switching is a certification program for entry-level network engineers, which validates the ability to install, configure, operate, and troubleshoot medium-size routed and switched networks. NETLAB+ supported labs are now […]

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VMware vSphere Install, Configure, Manage v5.5 Course – Beta Release

By / February 12, 2014 / / 0 Comments

NDG is pleased to provide our customers the opportunity to participate in the beta release of lab development for the VMware vSphere Install, Configure, Manage (ICM) v5.5 course. VMware vSphere ICM v5.5 labs are supported using the VMware ICM 5.5 Pod. All lab components are 100% virtualized (i.e. ESXi-in-ESXi) to achieve a high pod to physical host […]

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Status of HTTPS and encryption

By / January 23, 2014 / , / 0 Comments

Users communicate with NETLAB+ using a web browser.  Currently this communication uses unencrypted HTTP.  Many users have requested that we use HTTPS and SSL to provide secure encrypted communication — and we are working on that.  I mentioned in my last post that HTTPS and SSL will eventually be required to eliminate Java from our client applications. […]

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Removing Java is a top priority

By / January 23, 2014 / , / 0 Comments

Users communicate with NETLAB+ using a web browser.  This is a logical choice since all computing platforms (PC, tablet, phone) have a web browser which is already installed.   Just point your browser to the NETLAB+ server URL and you are good to go.  That’s how it should work in theory anyway… Until recently, browsers […]

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