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Designing Cisco Data Center Infrastructure (DCID v6.1)

Course Overview

Endless supply of this course, you will have the capacity to:

  • Depict Layer 2 exchanging and Layer 3 sending in a server farm, including cabling and rack outline for the entrance, accumulation, and center layers
  • Outline vPC, Cisco FabricPath, OTV, and LISP in client situations and portray administration choices in the LAN
  • Depict equipment virtualization and FEX advancements, contrast the Cisco Nexus 1000v and VM-FEX outlines, talk about server farm security dangers and Cisco Virtual Application Container Services for IaaS, and portray administration and robotization choices for the server farm foundation
  • Depict stockpiling and RAID choices, portray the Fiber Channel idea and engineering, and outline Fiber Channel and FCoE systems, alongside administration alternatives
  • Portray the UCS C-Series, M-Series, and B-Series servers, with network and connector alternatives. For the UCS B-Series organization, you will have the capacity to depict the edge skeleton, I/O modules, and texture interconnects, with an emphasis on southbound and northbound network and oversubscription. Think about the EHV and NPV organize activities modes. Clarify and recognize among the diverse framework incorporated stack arrangements and the administration alternatives for the UCS areas
  • Outline the asset parameters for a UCS area, beginning with the setup and IP ideas, RBAC, and combination with verification servers. Outline the asset pools and strategies utilized as a part of UCS benefit profiles and formats

Designing Cisco Data Center Infrastructure (DCID v6.1)

Course Outline

Module 1: Data Center Network Connectivity Design

  • Lesson 1: Describing High Availability on Layer 2
  • Mistake Detection
  • UDLD Configuration
  • High Availability on Layer 2
  • RSTP and MSTP
  • Layer 2 Protocols and Layer 2 Fabrics
  • Layer 2 Scalability Limitations
  • Layer 2 Newer Scaling Technologies
  • Virtual Port Channels
  • vPC Use Cases
  • Cisco FabricPath
  • Cisco FabricPath Simplicity and Usability in the Data Center
  • Cisco FabricPath Technology, Architecture, and CE
  • Conversational MAC Learning and IS-IS
  • Multidestination Trees and Data Encapsulation
  • Straightforward Interconnection of Lots of Links
  • Layer 2 Technologies in the Data Center
  • Test
  • Movement: Design Virtual Port Channels
  • Movement: Design FabricPath
  • Lesson 2: Describing Layer 3 Forwarding
  • Layer 2 Error Detection
  • High Availability on Layer 3
  • Contrasting First Hop Redundancy Protocols
  • Hot Standby Router Protocol
  • HSRP Within the Data Center
  • Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol
  • Door Load Balancing Protocol
  • IPv6 in Data Centers
  • Steering Protocols in Data Center Networks
  • Steering Design and Policy Based Routing
  • Steering Protocol Security
  • Neighbor Authentication
  • Control Plane Policing and Protection
  • Steering Protocols High Availability
  • Concentrated and Distributed Forwarding
  • Layer 3 Technologies Within Data Centers
  • Test
  • Movement: Design FHRP
  • Movement: Design Routing Protocols
  • Lesson 3: Designing Data Center Topologies
  • Server farm Traffic Flows
  • Cabling Challenges
  • Coordinate Connect versus Disseminated Cabling
  • EoR versus MoR versus ToR
  • ToR with Cisco Nexus 2000 Series FEX
  • Server farm Access: vPC
  • Server farm Access: FEX
  • Server farm Access: Unified Fabric
  • Server farm Aggregation: Services
  • Server farm Aggregation: Unified Fabric
  • Server farm Aggregation: IP-Based Storage
  • Server farm Core: Layer 3
  • Server farm Core: Layer 2
  • Server farm Core: Collapsed Core with VDCs
  • Requirement for Spine-Leaf Architecture
  • Spine-Leaf Architecture Overview
  • Movement to Spine-Leaf Fabric
  • Test
  • Lesson 4: Designing Data Center Interconnects with Cisco OTV
  • Cisco OTV Overview
  • Cisco OTV Components
  • Cisco OTV Control Plane
  • Cisco OTV Control Plane Using Multicast
  • Cisco OTV Control Plane Using Unicast
  • Cisco OTV Data Plane
  • Disappointment Isolation: STP
  • Disappointment Isolation: Unicast Storms
  • Disappointment Isolation: ARP Traffic
  • Cisco OTV Multi-Homing
  • Cisco OTV Mobility
  • Cisco OTV Scalability
  • Cisco OTV Path Optimization: Egress Routing
  • Cisco OTV Path Optimization: Ingress Routing
  • Cisco OTV VLAN Translation Feature
  • FabricPath and VXLAN versus Cisco OTV as the DCI
  • Cisco OTV Support
  • Test
  • Action: Design Data Center Interconnect Using Cisco OTV
  • Lesson 5: Designing a LISP Solution
  • Stutter Overview
  • Stutter Terms and Components
  • Stutter Packet Flow
  • Stutter Control Plane
  • Utilize Case: LISP Host Mobility Overview
  • Stutter Host Mobility Deployment Models
  • Utilize Case: Multi-Tenant Environments
  • Utilize Case: IPv6 Enablement
  • Cisco Nexus 7000 as a Platform for LISP
  • Test

Module 2: Data Center Infrastructure Design

  • Lesson 1: Describing Hardware and Device Virtualization
  • Equipment High Availability and Redundancy
  • Gadget Based Network Virtualization
  • VLAN and VRF Principle
  • VDC Architecture
  • VDC Use Case
  • System Virtualization
  • Server Hardware
  • Generally Unique Identifiers
  • Overall Name
  • Administration Profile Summary
  • Server Virtualization
  • Virtual Access Layer
  • Virtual Access Layer Solutions
  • Capacity Virtualization
  • VSAN Primary Functions
  • VSAN Numbering
  • VSAN Membership
  • VSAN Tagging
  • Between VSAN Routing
  • IVR Terminology
  • NPIV Use Case
  • NPV Use Case
  • NPV and NPIV Hardware Support
  • NPV Traffic Distribution
  • Test
  • Action: Design Your VXLAN Network
  • Lesson 2: Describing FEX Options
  • Cisco Adapter FEX
  • Cisco Adapter FEX Scalability
  • Cisco Adapter FEX Use Cases
  • Access Layer with Cisco FEX
  • Cisco FEX Port Types
  • Cisco FEX Access Topologies
  • Cisco VM-FEX
  • Virtualization-Aware Networking
  • VN-Tag Frame Format
  • Cisco VM-FEX Traffic Flow
  • Cisco VM-FEX Traffic Modes
  • Dynamic Interfaces
  • Cisco FEX Technologies in the Data Center
  • Test
  • Action: Design a FEX
  • Lesson 3: Describing Virtual Networking
  • Hypervisor Extensions
  • Cisco Nexus 1000V Architecture Principles
  • Cisco Nexus 1000V Components Communication
  • Cisco Nexus 1000V VSM-VEM Layer 2 Connectivity
  • Cisco Nexus 1000V VSM-VEM Layer 3 Connectivity
  • Cisco Nexus 1010 Virtual Services Appliance
  • Cisco Nexus 1000V Architecture High-Availability Communication
  • Cisco Nexus 1000V Licensing Model
  • Cisco Nexus 1000V Licensing Types
  • Cisco Nexus 1000V License Editions
  • Cisco Nexus 1000V Multi-Hypervisor Licensing
  • Hypervisor Extension Scale
  • Hypervisor Extension Compatibility
  • VXLAN on Cisco Nexus 1000V
  • VXLAN Unicast-Only Mode on Cisco Nexus 1000V
  • Macintosh Address Distribution with VXLAN on Cisco Nexus 1000V
  • VXLAN Trunking on Cisco Nexus 1000V
  • Cisco vPath on Cisco Nexus 1000V
  • Cisco vPath Service Chaining Architecture
  • Cisco Nexus 1000V Interface Types
  • Cisco Nexus 1000V Port Profiles and Port Groups
  • Cisco Nexus 1000V Port Profiles Hierarchy
  • Cisco Nexus 1000V Port Profiles Characteristics
  • Arrangement Based VM Connectivity Using Port Profiles
  • Portability of Network and Security Properties
  • Cisco Nexus 1000V Series Security
  • Virtual Networking Technologies in the Data Center
  • Test
  • Movement: Design a Cisco Nexus 1000V-Based Solution
  • Lesson 4: Describing Basic Data Center Security
  • Dangers in Data Centers
  • Exchanged Infrastructure Attack Countermeasures
  • DHCP Server Spoofing
  • DHCP Starvation
  • DHCP Snooping
  • ARP Spoofing: Man-in-the-Middle Attack
  • Dynamic ARP Inspection
  • IP Source Guard
  • Unicast Reverse Path Forwarding
  • Movement Storm Control
  • Gadget Compromise Threat
  • Movement Capture and Injection Threat
  • Gadget and Link DoS Threat
  • Administration Plane Security
  • Administration Plane Countermeasures
  • Administration Plane Security Features
  • Gadget Hardening
  • Control Plane Countermeasures
  • Control Plane Security
  • Control Plane Policing
  • Control Plane Protection
  • CoPP Enhancements on Cisco Nexus 7000
  • Client Management Features
  • Validation, Authorization, and Accounting
  • RBAC with AAA
  • AAA Best Practices on Cisco Nexus 7000 Series Switches
  • AAA Server Monitoring
  • Client Accounts and Roles
  • Client Role Rules
  • Test
  • Lesson 5: Describing Advanced Data Center Security
  • Enclave Architecture
  • Cisco TrustSec Architecture
  • Cisco TrustSec Principle
  • Cisco TrustSec Authentication
  • Cisco TrustSec: Security Group Tags
  • Cisco TrustSec: Admission Control
  • Cisco TrustSec: SGACL Enforcement
  • Cisco TrustSec: Link Security
  • Cisco TrustSec: Ingress Access Control
  • Server farm Firewalls
  • Firewall Characteristics
  • Firewall Deployment Options
  • Firewall Modes
  • Firewall Virtualization
  • Cisco ASA Virtualization Deployment Choices
  • Situating the Firewall Within Data Center Networks
  • Cisco FirePOWER Portfolio
  • FireSIGHT Controlling FirePOWER
  • Capability Service Integration in Cisco ASA
  • Capability Services Support
  • Cisco ASA Clustering Integration
  • Cisco ASA Clustering Performance
  • Risk Management with NextGen IPS
  • Risk Management with NextGen IPS Design Options
  • Risk Management with NextGen IPS Design Principles
  • Test
  • Lesson 6: Describing Virtual Appliances
  • Cisco ASAv in the Data Center
  • Cisco ASAv Architecture and Design Principles
  • Cisco ASAv High Availability
  • Cisco ASAv Scalability and Performance
  • Cisco ASAv Deployment: Public Cloud
  • Cisco ASAv Deployment with NAT
  • VSG versus Cisco ASAv and Cisco ASA 1000V
  • Cisco VSG in the Data Center
  • Cisco VSG Architecture
  • Cisco VSG Scalability and Performance
  • Cisco ASAv and Cisco VSG—3-Tier Server Zone Use Case
  • Cisco CSR 1000V Architecture
  • Cisco CSR 1000V Box-to-Box Availability
  • Cisco CSR 1000V Feature and Technology Packages
  • Cisco CSR 1000V Licensing Management
  • Cisco CSR 1000V Scalability and Performance
  • Cisco CSR 1000V Use Cases
  • Cisco ITD in the Data Center
  • Cisco ITD Comparison with Traditional Load-Balancer
  • Cisco ITD Architecture
  • Cisco ITD Scalability and Performance
  • Cisco ITD Load-Balance Selective Traffic
  • Cisco Prime NAM in the Data Center
  • Cisco Prime NAM Product Family
  • Cisco Prime vNAM Key Features
  • Cisco Prime vNAM Use Case: VM-Level Visibility
  • Cisco Virtual Application Container Services
  • Cisco VACS Architecture
  • Cisco VACS Requirements
  • Cisco VACS Scalability and Performance
  • Cisco VACS Use Case
  • Test
  • Action: Design a Cisco VACS Solution
  • Lesson 7: Describing Management and Orchestration
  • Cisco Prime Network Services Controller
  • Cisco Prime Network Services Controller—Features
  • Cisco Prime Network Services Controller—Requirements
  • Cisco Prime Network Services Controller—Deployment
  • Cisco UCS Director
  • Cisco UCS Director—Principle
  • Cisco UCS Director—Management Capabilities
  • Cisco UCS Director Network Configuration and Administration
  • Cisco UCS Director Network Monitoring and Reporting
  • Test
  • Movement: Design Management and Orchestration in Cisco UCS Solution

Module 3: Data Center Storage Network Design

  • Lesson 1: Describing Storage and RAID Options
  • Place Storage Technologies in the Data Center
  • Coordinate Attached Storage
  • SSD Performance Comparison
  • DAS Use Case
  • System Attached Storage
  • NAS Use Case
  • Fiber Channel Storage Area Network
  • Fiber Channel Storage Use Case
  • Fiber Channel over Ethernet
  • FCoE Use Case
  • Web Small Computer Systems Interface
  • Look at Storage Performance in Data Center
  • Attack Options
  • Host to Storage Fiber Channel Multipathing
  • ESXi Multipathing with ALUA Storage Array
  • MPIO ALUA on NetApp Cluster Use Case
  • Test
  • Lesson 2: Describing Fiber Channel Concepts
  • Fiber Channel Topologies
  • Fiber Channel Ports
  • Fiber Channel Port Speeds
  • Fiber Channel Concepts
  • Fiber Channel Addressing: WWN, NWWN, PWWN
  • Fiber Channel Addressing: FCID
  • Fiber Channel Flow Control
  • Cradle to-Buffer and Credit-Based Flow Control
  • FSPF Routing
  • FSPF Routing Characteristics
  • Fiber Channel Services
  • Fiber Channel Device Login Process
  • Designing the Fabric Via BF or RFC
  • Fiber Channel Use Case: Fiber Channel Address Design (Scalability)
  • NPIV Mode
  • NPV Mode versus Fiber Channel Switching Mode
  • Capacity Virtualization
  • Zoning and VSANs
  • Capacity Trunking and Fiber Channel Port Channels
  • Test
  • Lesson 3: Describing Fiber Channel Topologies
  • Fiber Channel SAN Dual Fabric Design
  • Fiber Channel Fan-In, Fan-Out, and Oversubscription
  • Computation of Fan-In, Fan-Out and ISL Oversubscription
  • Fiber Channel Core-Edge Design
  • Assessing Core-Edge Fabric
  • Center Edge Design Example
  • Fiber Channel Collapsed Core-Edge Design
  • Assessing Collapsed-Core Design
  • Fiber Channel Collapsed Core-Edge Design Example
  • Fiber Channel Edge-Core-Edge Design
  • Assessing the Fiber Channel Edge-Core-Edge Design
  • Fiber Channel Edge-Core-Edge Design Example
  • Picking a Fiber Channel Design Solution
  • ToR and MoR Physical Topology
  • Section Level SAN Solution
  • Execution Advantages with Cisco MDS 9710 Series Switches
  • Fiber Channel SAN Extension Solutions
  • Scale Numbers on Cisco MDS Series Switches
  • Test
  • Action: Design a Fiber Channel Network
  • Lesson 4: Describing FCoE
  • FCoE Overview
  • FCoE Standards
  • FCoE versus Fiber Channel Stack
  • FCoE Benefits
  • Server farm Bridging
  • IEEE 802.1Qbb PFC
  • IEEE 802.1Qaz ETS
  • IEEE 802.1az DCBX
  • FCoE Elements and Ports
  • Texture Provided MAC Address
  • FCoE Forwarding
  • FCoE Initialization Protocol
  • FIP Process
  • FCoE versus FIP
  • FCoE NPV
  • FCoE Single-Hop Topology
  • FCoE FEX Topology
  • FCoE Remote-Attached Topology
  • FCoE Multihop Topology
  • Dynamic FCoE
  • Fiber Channel versus FCoE Data Center Design
  • Test
  • Movement: Design and Integrate a FCoE Solution
  • Lesson 5: Describing Storage Security
  • Secure SAN Design
  • Fiber Channel SAN and IP SAN Security Features
  • Zoning
  • Zoning Basics
  • Keen Zoning versus General Zoning
  • Fundamental versus Upgraded Zoning
  • Zone Merge
  • Zoning and VSANs
  • IVR Zones
  • LUN Masking and LUN Zoning
  • Capacity Port Security
  • DH-CHAP Authentication
  • Other Fabric Access Security Options
  • IPsec Tunnel Encryption for FCIP or IP-SAN Security
  • Cisco MACsec Link Encryption for MAC-Layer Security
  • Cisco TrustSec Link Encryption
  • Test
  • Action: Design a Secure SAN
  • Lesson 6: Describing Management and Orchestration
  • SAN Device Virtualization
  • Cisco Prime DCNM for SAN
  • Cisco UCS Director in SAN
  • Planning Cisco UCS Director Workflow for Storage Provisioning
  • Test
  • Action: Design Cisco UCS Director for Storage Networking

Module 4: Data Center Compute Connectivity Design

  • Lesson 1: Describing Cisco UCS C-Series Servers and Use Cases
  • Cisco UCS C-Series Server Classes and Applications
  • Cisco UCS C-Series Server Use Cases
  • System Cards
  • System Cards Functionality
  • Illustrations Processing Units
  • Capacity Accelerators
  • Nearby and Centralized Storage Accelerators
  • Cisco UCS C-Series Server Management
  • Cisco UCS C-Series Server Centralized Management
  • Test
  • Action: Design Cisco UCS C-Series Servers Implementation
  • Lesson 2: Describing Cisco UCS M-Series Servers and Use Cases
  • Cisco UCS M-Series Servers and System Link Technology
  • Conventional versus Disaggregated Servers
  • Cloud-Scale Computing
  • Test
  • Movement: Design Cisco UCS M-Series Servers Implementation
  • Lesson 3: Describing Cisco UCS B-Series Servers and Use Cases
  • Texture Interconnects
  • Texture Interconnect Cabling
  • Edge Chassis
  • I/O Module
  • Cisco UCS B-Series Server Adapter Cards
  • VIC Considerations
  • Server Access
  • Cisco UCS C-Series Server Integration with a UCS Domain
  • Stateless Computing
  • Cisco UCS Mini
  • Cisco UCS Mini Use Cases
  • Test
  • Movement: Design a UCS Domain and Fabric Interconnect Cabling
  • Movement: Design Cisco C-Series Integration with a UCS Domain
  • Movement: Design a UCS Mini Solution
  • Lesson 4: Describing Fabric Interconnect Connectivity
  • Texture Interconnect Port Personalities
  • Oversubscription Options
  • VLANs in the UCS Domain
  • VSANs in the UCS Domain
  • Southbound Connection
  • Northbound Connection
  • Think about the EHV and Switch Mode
  • NPV and FC Switching Mode
  • Texture Interconnect High Availability and Redundancy
  • Test
  • Action: Design Cisco UCS Fabric Interconnect Network and Storage Connectivity
  • Lesson 5: Describing Hyperconverged and Integrated Systems
  • Hyperconvergence Overview
  • Cisco HyperFlex
  • HX Platform Overview
  • HX Platform: Scale Out
  • HX Platform: Scale Up
  • Non-Disruptive Operations
  • Constant Data Optimization
  • Information Services
  • HyperFlex Configurations
  • Incorporated Systems Overview
  • Test
  • Lesson 6: Describing Management Systems
  • Cisco UCS Manager
  • Cisco UCS Performance Manager
  • VMware vCenter
  • Microsoft Systems Center
  • Cisco UCS Central
  • Cisco UCS Director
  • Test
  • Lesson 7: Describing Hadoop, SAP Hana, and IoT on Cisco UCS
  • Prologue to Digital Disruption
  • Changing over Big Data into Disruptive Intelligence
  • Prologue to Hadoop
  • Hadoop Principle
  • Prologue to SAP HANA
  • Hadoop versus SAP HANA
  • Utilize Case: "Shrewd Train" Predictive Maintenance
  • FlexPod for SAP HANA and Hadoop
  • Test

Module 5: Data Center Compute Resource Parameters Design

  • Lesson 1: Describing System-Wide Parameters
  • Cisco UCS System Configuration Types
  • Starting System Setup Parameters
  • Server Management IP Address in Cisco UCS
  • Cisco UCS Core Elements and Monitor Interfaces
  • Syslog
  • Cisco UCS and SNMP
  • Worldwide Fault Summary in the GUI
  • CIM XML and SMASH CLP
  • Call Home
  • QoS System Classes
  • Characterizing the QoS System Class
  • Provisioning a QoS Policy in a Service Profile
  • Virtual Network Overview
  • Various vSwitches on a VMware ESX/ESXi Host
  • Cisco UCS B-Series Blade Server with Multiple vSwitches
  • Associations in Cisco UCS Manager
  • Neighborhood Resources in an Organization
  • Association Inheritance and Name Resolution
  • Test
  • Movement: Design System-Wide Parameters in a Cisco UCS Solution
  • Lesson 2: Describing RBAC
  • Part Based Access Control
  • Parts and Privileges
  • Default Roles
  • Default Privileges
  • Associations
  • Associations Structure
  • Association Policy Resolution
  • Association Pool Resolution
  • Districts
  • Client Effective Rights
  • Client Authentication
  • Span Integration
  • TACACS+ Integration
  • LDAP Integration
  • Validation Servers Functionality Comparison
  • Two Factor Authentication in Cisco UCS Manager
  • Two Factor Authentication Mechanism
  • Two Factor Authentication Administration
  • Test
  • Movement: Design a LDAP Integration with a UCS Domain
  • Lesson 3: Describing Pools for Service Profiles
  • Scaling Cisco UCS Management with Cisco UCS Central
  • Worldwide and Local Pools
  • UUID Use
  • UUID Format
  • UUID Suffix Pools
  • Provisioning UUID Suffix Pools
  • Macintosh Address Pools
  • Provisioning MAC Address Pools
  • WWN Format
  • WWNN Pools
  • Provisioning WWNN Pools
  • WWPN Pools
  • Provisioning WWPN Pools
  • Illustration: UUID/MAC/WWN Pool Addressing
  • Server Pools
  • Provisioning Server Pools
  • Illustration: Server Pool Convention
  • iSCSI Boot Interfaces and Initiator IP Pools
  • Provisioning iSCSI Initiator IP Pools
  • Test
  • Movement: Design Pools for Service Profiles in a Cisco UCS Solution
  • Lesson 4: Describing Policies for Service Profiles
  • Worldwide versus Neighborhood Policies
  • Capacity Policies
  • Provisioning a Storage Policy
  • Attack Levels in a Storage Policy
  • Profiles Policies
  • Provisioning a BIOS Policy
  • Boot Policies
  • Provisioning a Boot Policy
  • Boot Order Summary
  • IPMI Policies
  • Provisioning an IPMI Policy
  • Cisco UCS Integration with VMware vSphere DPM
  • Clean Policies
  • Provisioning a Scrub Policy
  • Support Policies
  • Provisioning a Maintenance Policy
  • Test
  • Lesson 5: Describing Network Specific Adapters and Policies
  • LAN Connectivity and VLANs
  • LAN Connectivity and Uplink Ports
  • LAN Connectivity and Pin Groups
  • LAN Connectivity Policy
  • Texture Selection and Failover
  • Texture Interconnect SAN Connectivity
  • SAN Connectivity and VSANs
  • SAN Connectivity and Uplink Ports
  • SAN Pinning
  • SAN Connectivity Policy
  • SAN Adapter Failover
  • Virtual Interfaces
  • Virtual Network Interface Connections
  • Cisco VM-FEX
  • Host View with Cisco VM-FEX: One Network
  • Cisco VM-FEX Operational Model
  • Cisco VM-FEX in High-Performance Mode with vMotion
  • UniDirectional Link Detection
  • Arrangement UDLD in Cisco UCS
  • Cisco usNIC
  • VMQ Support
  • Test
  • Movement: Design Network-Specific Adapters and Policies in a Cisco UCS Solution
  • Lesson 6: Describing Templates in Cisco UCS Manager
  • Cisco UCS Templates
  • Administration Profile Templates
  • Systems administration Templates
  • Test

Prerequisites

Understudies considered for this preparation ought to have gone to the accompanying classes or got proportionate level of information:

  • Presenting Cisco Data Center Networking (DCICN) v6.0
  • Presenting Cisco Data Center Technologies (DCICT) v6.0
  • Executing Cisco Data Center Infrastructure (DCII) v6.0
  • Executing Cisco Data Center Unified Computing (DCUCI) v6.0
  • Executing Cisco Data Center Virtualization and Automation (DCVAI) v6.0
  • The information and aptitudes that a student ought to have before going to this course:
  • Execute server farm organizing (LAN and SAN)
  • Depict server farm stockpiling
  • Actualize server farm virtualization
  • Actualize Cisco Unified Computing System
  • Actualize server farm robotization and coordination with the attention on Cisco ACI and UCS Director
  • Portray items in the Cisco Data Center Nexus and MDS families

Who Should Attend

The essential group of onlookers for this course is as per the following:

  • System Designer
  • System Administrator
  • System Engineer
  • Frameworks Engineer
  • Counseling Systems Engineer
  • Specialized Solutions Architect
  • Cisco Integrators/Partners
  • The optional gathering of people for this course is as per the following:
  • Server Administrator
  • System Manager
  • The tertiary group of onlookers for this course is as per the following:
  • Capacity Administrator
  • Program Manager
  • Task Manager

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