Time
6 hours 28 minutes
Difficulty
Intermediate
CEU/CPE
7

Video Transcription

00:00
Welcome back to the surgery course into building. You're in for a sec lap.
00:04
I'm your host instructor, Captain Hernandez.
00:07
In a previous lesson, we look at the different harbor requirements at each of our tools. Applications suffer required in order to build our info. Sec lad.
00:16
In today's lesson,
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we'll be looking into a different selections off heart work in order to pick and choose the configuration we most likely will end up having.
00:26
Now,
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let's take a quick look at her cheat. We prepared in a previous lesson.
00:32
Here you have a firewalls, proxies. Cy Emms Yes. Excite
00:38
pen testing labs for in six
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and after Director me
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now, One very important thing is, if you recall correctly,
00:47
some of thes overlap with each other specifically the firewalls
00:52
next in Farmall, such as PF sen, I'd be fire Adam tangled. All of them had features that included wet proxy
01:02
included I PS and I. D s.
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Therefore,
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for I P s
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we will not be using to build our own full set lap for the exercise will be planning here, and neither will be using Web proxies. Okay,
01:18
Now let's look at these configurations, right? And let's add them up.
01:23
First of all, we need a CPU on one gigahertz here
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for s I am. We're gonna be needing approximately two CPU course.
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The says that it's too physical. Safety used for in reality is to be, of course, will be mourning enough. So technically, we'll be looking at a three course give or take so far.
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And lastly, we have E s x I, which recommends two courses Well, as well as the pan task for In six and active directory
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theory, you will need a CPU to at least half four course
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prefer Lee eight.
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And this will be our baseline for a CPU perspective
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regarding to hurt. Don't worry too much about it. Most modern day CPUs have 23 gigahertz, so you should be fairly okay with these
02:15
in regards to Ram, you have around two gigs
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right here from this application. When it comes to a Saiyan to have eight
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and when it comes to e s excited have four. So to keep things simple, we're going to say we need around 16 gigs, give or take. So eight plus four
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plus two plus one plus one, right?
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Who else? A. We need 16
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it's Aram Minimum.
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However, I will recommend at least 32 gigabytes of RAM.
02:53
If you're planning to add all of the systems in one computer and rewarding to storage,
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right,
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what will we learn for storage is at up different storage option looking at the highest tool off each application, and you could certainly see you will need l around two terabytes off storage. If you're planning to put all these applications, however, taking consideration to size of your network
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being a small network,
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I don't really expect a Splunk curator to need over 110 gigabytes of storage.
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It really depends on amount of systems. If you're not generating too many locks, curate itself will be using too much storage. It will use this application locks and basically the locks of the systems for everything into it into it. Okay, so if PF since uses eight gigs and curator uses 110
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and you looked at Yes X, I
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uses eight. Even though I didn't write it here, we'll never really scanners around 20
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Callie's our own 20 and marriage every other os type. It's around 20 at least you clearly saying you need 34 Os is right, so that's 80. Giggs puts 100 gigs. So you were there on 250 gigs total for storage,
04:16
Right. However, I would recommend a little bit more, depending on your network science. And one big consideration is using solid state drive in order to make these a little bit faster. Now, like I mentioned before, depending on your system,
04:30
you might require a dedicated computer just for s I am. And take that into consideration when building your system. Okay,
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now how do we go about
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building are creating a system?
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Let's go to the Internet for that.
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First of all,
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let's look at the computers that are already out there. This'll is more for something that's a little bit confident that doesn't mind doing its own upgrades. You can look into a Del micro PC. If this is what a search in Google now deceased himself, you can see star on $100. It might be missing a couple things.
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You gotta make sure you read through the system,
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for example, have ah 4500 system over here.
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We have a 34 100 system
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and we have most likely these be a little bit older being the cheapest one.
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But let's click on it, scroll down and look at the CPU itself.
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What type of CPU it has attached to it.
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For Hess, it's being using it. You can see it's a Pentium in reality, it's not Old Prophet, sir, but it's still not as powerful at sight core. I prefer $100. Plus, it does not include a easy adaptor. I remember buying one of these for maybe around $10 even works pretty good.
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It's not that bad. I'll be honest with your independence is not a bad process. And if I will buy this, I will most likely used to specifically for
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the East I am now. One thing is, once you get in here, you might be looking at other systems down here that include, for example, a hard drive, etcetera. Right here, have a little bi fear CPU,
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and you can just click on that and see more details. Here you have the same G 30 to 50 with a hard drive, 400 gigabytes of storage. Sorry you have for your visit ran verses
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the eight gigs of Ram here. So I really pens you have spare drive. You might just want to go ahead and buy this one over here. If you don't
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half, either, then may want to buy the other one right now. Let's say
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you want to build something a little bit newer. So here for you actually start picking up the generations. Right? You go. Ah, seven generations CPU right here. You see, the prices aren't little bit higher,
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but here you have a 75 100. This is a fairly recent CPU, maybe two years, three years old. That's not old system at all. And this is more if you want to have once it's time to do little now, Dale, it's not the only option. You have Intel, Snook,
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and this is a similar approach. Basically all the houses, the CPU, maybe,
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and you will have to plug into RAM on the storage yourself. In the other cases like this one, right, which is a sponsor at it will have everything integrated. Most likely all you have to do, it's put the os at it. But be aware you might need to travel through these as their eve A systems.
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Ah, the last use system. I would recommend if the bricks big fight and, he said, also sort off bare bone system, so you might need to put RAM. You might need to put storage on them, so keep that in mind when you're building this
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specifically, if you're not comfortable when building your own system.
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Now, let's take a look into buying something already pre made. I went into best five year, and I looked at that stops only one systems, right? Look at systems between 257 $149 now, one thing that's crucial
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when picking up systems. It's how old the CPU is.
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In this case, we look for
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Ah seven Jen Ai Jen Cp. Use 7 10 agency views
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and and the rice and Siri's right first and second generations that pretty decent enough.
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You could also pig Ah, six generations until here
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and then I sort by price a little too high.
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And here you see a race in three. Siri's not bad. Pretty decent. This is similar to I three when you're looking, comparing CP use.
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But if you want to go with I five, for example, you have this one over here. Took gigabytes of memory. Two terabyte hard drive Easier and pretty much All you have to do in this system is
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install the OS. That's it. So this is not about system or all, and you most likely be able to put everything on it.
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Now, let's say you wanna build your own system.
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What do you need to do? Well, I like myself going to PC part picker
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and go into system builder myself.
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Here I can choose the CPU
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and I concert simple, select something that's a generation older or recent,
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right, And at it. And what I like about this this Once you add a CPU, for example,
09:37
let me hit back so I don't need us. You color, it brings one.
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You can then see the type of CP use and you can sort by price.
09:46
You could start building a fairly decent system like this
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one thing I recommend us looking at these numbers. For example, he always,
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even though it has comfortability in at least one AM the rice and you need to make sure you look at these higher numbers. That way you don't have to be flashing.
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Yeah,
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values
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go memory right in this case you said 16 give or take.
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Let's see what else we have here,
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it seems, succeeds the highest this month Report supports.
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So let's at them.
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And again, I'm just showing you how to use this is not necessarily a good set up. It's just a giver. Take so you can see how much assistant like this will cost this case. I will go with a 500 gigabytes storage
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SST
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so you could come here SST.
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And one thing I like to do when it comes to SSTC is do the price for Gigabyte that were you going to get a fairly recent season deal like this? E data? I've used a date on the passes. Pretty decent
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ever. If you want to go something a little bit
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more recognizing and just keep scrolling them until you see months from for example, U. S. A
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based $53. That's not bad. So you can get that in there.
11:07
You don't really need a beat. Your card. You do need a case. You don't need a power supply from this case. Go with what you like
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Crew. It's cheaper.
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Ah CD, you know, because of the wattage
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list selected power supply.
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Hi. Perfect. Prefer coarser itself. And I'm gonna go for something else.
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Let's see the details below.
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So basically it's not sure.
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Ah, a compatible. So you gotta be careful with this.
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And here you basically have everything. Now
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you're looking around. $553 give or take. But if you remember a sir,
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he has 4 46 But it's not SST. So take taking the consideration. Building your system. Obviously. Here you're getting something that might be a little bit. You're but still be able to configure it. In my case, are we going with a system very similar to this one, Dell Optiplex
12:11
and I'll be showing you the how it is in the inside.
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So what have you learned today? Well, I got different harbor options for assistant, right? We look at new systems, right? We look at best buy, you know, referring but still fairly new. You don't have to touch it. You have to be configuring it. We look at youse, even systems
12:31
we looked at building your own system, and we have consider mention the pats operating your system, right? Adding ram.
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Basically, it's the biggest difference in here also may be changing and adding an SST will greatly help with that performance, especially the current project. So you can able to get a one terabyte for $80 give or take right? So it's not a bad option on our next lesson will be looking at
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the networking hardware will require in order to make this lap function
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hope to see you, so have a great day.

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