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Understanding Cisco Cloud Fundamentals (CLDFND v1.1 )

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

  • Portray Cloud Computing standards and nuts and bolts

  • Give better comprehension of the server farm as a noteworthy asset for Cloud administrations

  • Portray the Cisco items and advances fabricating the server farm

  • Portray regular cloud qualities

  • Rundown cloud benefit models

  • Think about cloud arrangement models

  • Represent key highlights of UCS

  • Characterize server virtualization

  • Portray organize designs for the datacenter

  • Depict Cisco ACI

  • Depict Infrastructure Virtualization

  • Characterize virtual systems administration administrations

  • Characterize Virtual Application Containers

  • Investigate stockpiling provisioning ideas

  • Depict fundamental SAN stockpiling ideas

  • Characterize fundamental NAS stockpiling ideas

  • Think about the distinction between all the capacity to get to innovations

  • Recognize the different Cisco stockpiling system gadgets

  • Portray different reference structures for a joined foundation

Who Should Attend

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

  • Cloud Operations Engineers task and support of the Cisco Cloud Products and Solutions

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

  • Cloud Technical Administrators usage activity and support of Cisco Cloud Products and Solutions

  • Cloud Infrastructure Architects plan foundation and activities of Cloud Services utilizing Cisco Cloud Products and Solutions

Module 1: Introduction to Cloud Computing

  • Lesson 1: Introducing Cloud Computing Basic Concepts

  • Depicting Cloud Computing

  • Depicting Cisco Cloud Computing Evolution

  • Clarifying Business Needs for Cloud Computing

  • Depicting Cloud Computing Characteristics

  • Lesson 2: Describing Cloud Service Models

  • Depicting ?as a Service" Models of Cloud Computing

  • Clarifying IaaS

  • Clarifying PaaS

  • Clarifying SaaS

  • Clarifying XaaS

  • Lesson 3: Comparing Cloud Deployment Models

  • Distinguishing the Cloud Deployment Models

  • Depicting the Characteristics of Private Cloud Deployment

  • Depicting Public Cloud Deployment

  • Depicting Community Cloud Deployment

  • Depicting the Hybrid Cloud Deployment

  • Lesson 4: Exploring the Cisco Intercloud Solution

  • Depicting Hybrid Cloud Challenges

  • Depicting the Cisco Intercloud Hybrid Cloud Solution

  • Depicting the Cisco Intercloud Fabric Architectural Overview

  • Depicting Cisco Intercloud Fabric Core Services

  • Depicting the Cisco Intercloud Fabric for Business

  • Depicting the Cisco Intercloud Fabric Director Features

  • Depicting the Cisco Intercloud Fabric Secure Extender Features

  • Depicting the Cisco Intercloud Fabric for Providers

  • Depicting the Intercloud Fabric Deployment Models

Module 2: Cloud Networking

  • Lesson 1: Describing Cisco Data Center Network Architecture

  • Depicting Traditional Isolated LAN and SAN Networks

  • Distinguishing Cisco Unified Fabric Fundamentals

  • Depicting Cisco Nexus Family of Products

  • Assessing VDC on the Cisco Nexus 7000 Series Switch

  • Lesson 2: Exploring Virtual Networking

  • Depicting the Traditional Network Access Layer

  • Depicting the VM Network Access Layer

  • Clarifying Standard vSwitches

  • Clarifying Distributed Virtual Switches

  • Lesson 3: Identifying Cisco Nexus 1000V Series Switches

  • Portraying Standard vSwitch Challenges

  • Portraying Cisco Nexus 1000V Components

  • Clarifying Cisco Nexus 1000V Benefits

  • Clarifying High Availability in the Cisco Nexus 1000V Series

  • Portraying the Integration of Cisco Nexus 1000V Series

  • Clarifying Cisco VSUM

  • Lesson 4: Define and Analyze Cisco Virtual Networking Service Appliances

  • Portraying Virtual Networking Service Appliances

  • Portraying Cisco Prime Network Services Controller in the Data Center Virtual Infrastructure

  • Portraying VSG in the Data Center Virtual Infrastructure

  • Portraying Cisco CSR Virtual Router in the Data Center Virtual Infrastructure

  • Portraying Cisco ASAv Cloud Firewall

  • Portraying Cisco vWAAS in the Data Center Virtual Infrastructure

  • Portraying Citrix NetScaler 1000V

  • Lesson 5: Define and Analyze Software Defined Network Fundamentals

  • Portraying SDN Basic Principles

  • Portraying SDN Separation of Control and Data

  • Portraying SDN Programmability

  • Portraying Cisco ONE Architecture

  • Portraying VLAN and VXLAN Differences

  • Portraying NVGRE

  • Lesson 6: Describing the Cisco ACI Solution

  • Tending to the Changing Landscape

  • Portraying the Application-Centric Approach to Managing Your Infrastructure

  • Portraying Problems That SDN Misses

  • Portraying the Benefits of Leaf and Spine Architecture

  • Portraying the Role of the APIC Controller

Module 3: Cloud Storage

  • Lesson 1: Comparing Storage

  • Portraying Block Storage and File-Based Storage Characteristics

  • Portraying the SCSI Overview

  • Portraying the Fiber Channel Protocol Overview

  • Portraying the FCoE Protocol Transporting Options

  • Portraying the iSCSI Protocol Overview

  • Recognizing Network-Attached Storage Protocols

  • Recognizing Storage Thick and Thin Provisioning Methods

  • Portraying Object Storage Principles

  • Lesson 2: Describing Fiber Channel Storage Networking Concepts

  • Portraying the Fiber Channel SAN Topologies

  • Recognizing Cisco SAN Switches

  • Portraying the Different Types of Fiber Channel Ports

  • Portraying the Fiber Channel Addressing

  • Portraying the FLOGI and the FCNS Processes

  • Portraying How VSANs Create Multiple Logical SANs

  • Portraying the Purpose and Use of Zoning and LUN Masking

  • Lesson 3: Exploring NAS Storage Basic Concepts

  • Portraying the NAS Topologies

  • Portraying NAS Shares and Mount Points

  • Portraying the Different NFS Features and Functions

  • Portraying the NAS Permissions

  • Lesson 4: Identifying Cisco MDS and UCS Invicta Products

  • Portraying the Cisco MDS Products Portfolio

  • Clarifying the Cisco MDS 9250i Multiservice Modular Switch Capabilities

  • Portraying the Cisco UCS Invicta Series

Module 4: Cloud Compute

  • Lesson 1: Describing Cisco UCS C-Series Product Family

  • Portraying Cisco UCS C-Series Products and Benefits

  • Portraying Cisco UCS C-Series Rack Servers

  • Portraying Cisco UCS C-Series Network Adapter Card Features

  • Portraying Cisco UCS C-Series Comprehensive Server Management

  • Lesson 2: Identifying Cisco UCS B-Series Product Family

  • Portraying Cisco UCS B-Series Products

  • Portraying Cisco UCS 5100 Series Blade Server Chassis

  • Portraying Cisco UCS B-Series Servers

  • Portraying Cisco UCS Fabric Extender

  • Portraying Cisco UCS 6200 Series Fabric Interconnect

  • Portraying Cisco UCS B-Series Network Adapters Features

  • Portraying Cisco UCS High Availability Features

  • Portraying Cisco UCS B-Series Connectivity Topology

  • Lesson 3: Explaining Cisco UCS Blade Provisioning

  • Clarifying Cisco UCS Service Profiles

  • Looking into Service Profile Policies

  • Portraying Resource Pools

  • Portraying Virtual LAN and SAN Adapters

  • Looking into Service Profile Templates

  • Portraying Cisco UCS Manager

  • Portraying Cisco UCS Central

  • Lesson 4: Defining Server Virtualization

  • Windows and Linux Operating System Functions

  • Conventional Server Deployments

  • Server Virtualization

  • Portraying Hypervisor Responsibilities

  • Portraying VMware vSphere Virtualization

  • Portraying Microsoft Hyper-V Virtualization

  • Portraying Citrix XenServer Virtualization

  • Portraying KVM Virtualization

Module 5: Cloud Automation and Reference Architectures

  • Lesson 1: Exploring Reference Architecture for Converged Infrastructure

  • Portraying the Components and Benefits of Reference Architectures

  • Portraying FlexPod Components and Benefits

  • Portraying VCE Components and Benefits

  • Portraying VSPEX Components and Benefits

  • Portraying HDS UCP Select Components and Benefits

  • Lesson 2: Describing Cloud Automation, Provisioning, and Management Platforms

  • Portraying Cloud Computing Operations and Management Challenges

  • Portraying Cloud Computing Automation and Management Solutions

  • Portraying the Cisco UCS Director Infrastructure Management and Orchestrate Features

  • Portraying Cisco Prime Service Catalog

  • Portraying the Open Stack Cloud Infrastructure Solution

  • Lab Outline

  • Equipment Lab 1: Examine Cisco Intercloud Fabric Director

  • Exploring the Cisco Intercloud Fabric Director

  • Equipment Lab 2: Validate VSAN and Zoning

  • Access the Cisco MDS 9250i and the Cisco Nexus 5672 Switches

  • Look at the Interface Configuration

  • Look at the VSAN Configuration

  • Look at Zoning Configuration and Available Zoning Commands and Options

  • Equipment Lab 3: Validate FLOGI and FCNS

  • Look at the FLOGI and FCNS Databases

  • Equipment Lab 4: Explore the Cisco UCS Manager GUI

  • Exploring the Cisco UCS Manager GUI

  • View the Cisco UCS Management Interfaces

  • View the Cisco UCS Cluster Connectivity

  • Equipment Lab 5: Review Cisco UCS B-Series Configuration

  • Exploring the Cisco UCS Manager GUI

  • View Server and Identity Pools

  • View Policies and Templates

  • View the Service Profile Template

  • Equipment Lab 6: Deploying VMware ESXi Server on Cisco UCS Blade

  • Make a Service Profile from the Service Profile Template and Install ESXi on the Server

  • Add the ESXi Hosts to the vCenter Server

  • Equipment Lab 7: Connecting ESXi Server to FC LUN on the Cisco UCS Invicta Storage

  • Inspect Current Storage Configuration of the ESXi Hosts

  • Inspect FLOGI and FCNS Databases of FC Fabrics and the Preconfigured Zoning Policy

  • Inspect Preconfigured Storage

  • Make a New Datastore on the ESXi Host

  • Equipment Lab 8: Deploying the Cisco Nexus 1000V Switch with VSUM

  • Exploring the Cisco VSUM

  • Adding the ESXi Hosts to the Existing Cisco Nexus 1000V Implementation

  • Checking on the Changed Cisco Nexus 1000V Implementation in the Cisco VSUM

  • Equipment Lab 9: Examine the Cisco Prime Network Services Controller

  • Signing in to the Cisco Prime Services Controller and Creating a Tenant

  • Exploring the Cisco Prime Services Controller GUI

  • Equipment Lab 10: Deploying Cisco Virtual Security Gateway

  • Exploring the Cisco PNSC

  • Designing a Compute Firewall Security with VSG Using PNSC

  • Designing a Permit-All Rule on the Cisco Prime NSC

  • Equipment Lab 11: Deploying Cisco ASA 1000V

  • Exploring the Cisco PNSC

  • Check the Configuration of Cisco ASA 1000V Using PNSC

  • Check the Network Configuration of Cisco ASA 1000V with the vSphere Web Client

  • Check the Configuration of Cisco ASA 1000V Using CLI

The information and aptitude that a student must have before going to this course are as per the following:

  • Comprehend organize basics, for instance, steering, exchanging, VLAN

  • Comprehend register essentials, for instance, servers, working frameworks

  • Comprehend stockpiling essentials  for instance, nuts ,and bolts of FC, FCoE, VSAN


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