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Installing Cisco UC on UCS in a Virtualized Environment (UC-UCS v4.5)

Course Overview

After finishing this course, the student will have the capacity to meet these general destinations:

Introduce Unified Communications applications on the Cisco UCS Servers recorded underneath running VMware ESXi in light of Guidelines determined on the Cisco UC on UCS DocWiki site. UCS Servers include:

B-Series Servers oversaw by UCS Manager utilizing SAN boot and SAN stockpiling.

C-Series independent Servers utilizing nearby hard drive boot , capacity on neighborhood drive and capacity on SAN utilizing iSCSI.

Show VMware capacities and highlights that supplement the UC establishment (e.g., vMotion)

Introduce and arrange the Cisco Nexus 1000V Switch to help the UC applications


To get the most out of this course, all understudies are required to be prepared and experienced on Cisco?s Unified Communications items. Non-UC understudies can increase much from this class yet they might be somewhat lost in the devoted UC parts. The UC particular substance is around 20%. All other substance likewise applies to non UC executions of the UCS and C-arrangement servers.

I. Cisco Unified Computing System Introduction

a. Server farm Computing Challenges

b. The Cisco Unified Computing System

c. Cisco UCS Servers

II. UCS Architecture

a. UCS Architecture and B-Series Connectivity

b. B-Series Installation ? Configuring High Availability

c. Investigating the B-Series User Interfaces

III. Cisco UCS LAN and SAN Connectivity

a. Designing Compute Node LAN Connectivity

b. Designing Compute Node SAN Connectivity

IV. Cisco UCS Service Profiles

a. Making Identity and Resource Pools

b. Making Service Profiles

c. Making Service Profile Templates and Cloning Service Profiles

V. Virtualization and VMware

a. Assessing the Virtual Infrastructure

b. Systems administration in the VMware Infrastructure

c. Designing VMware Switching

d. Conveying Standalone C-Series Servers

e. Supporting VMware highlights for Unified Communications Applications

VI. Introducing Unified Communications on UCS

a. Conveying Virtualized Cisco Unified Communications Applications

b. Virtualizing Cisco Unified Communications Manager

c. Relocating Cisco Unified Communications Manager from a Physical to a Virtual Server

d. Investigating Database Replication Issues

VII. UC on UCS QoS Considerations

a. Nature of Service for UC on UCS

VIII. Bound together Communications Update

a. Bound together Communications 8.5 Overview

IX. Nexus 1000v Switch

a. Assessing the Cisco Nexus 1000v Switch

b. Introducing and Configuring the Cisco Nexus 1000v Switch

c. Designing Basic Cisco Nexus 1000v Networking

d. Nexus 1000v: Troubleshooting 101

X. Reinforcement and Restore Operations

a. Moving down and Restoring the Cisco UCS Manager Database

XI. Informative supplement A1: Unified Computing System C-Series

a. Coordinating C-Series Servers

Lab Outline

1. Introductory Configuration

2. Investigating the UCS Manager

3. Designing Resource Pools

4. Designing Expert Service Profiles

5. Introducing ESXi

6. Introducing ESXi on C-Series Standalone Servers

7. Introducing vCenter and design ESXi organizing

8. Including VMs and Enabling vMotion

9. Introducing the UC Subscriber

10.Installing Nexus 1000v VSM and VEM

11. Designing Port Profiles and Migrating VMs

12. Designing UCS QoS

13. Designing and Using SPAN and ERSPAN Ports

14. Discretionary Lab A-1: Backing Up and Importing Configurations

15. Discretionary LabA-2: Upgrading UCS Components

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