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Cisco CCNA Data Center - Cisco Certified Network Associate Data Center

Course Length: 12 days
Certifications: CCNA Data Center
Number of Exams: 2
Cisco® Credits: 77
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  • Includes roundtrip airfare from the UK and lodging!
  • Hands-on instruction by a certified instructor
  • Includes all course materials and practice exams
  • Includes all certification exams
  • Onsite Testing
  • Breakfast and Lunch provided each day

If airfare and lodging are not required, the price is £575 less for 2-week courses, and £285 less for one week courses.


Agility is the hallmark of today's successful data center. Built for rapid application deployment and supported by a highly elastic infrastructure, the data center has become core to businesses competing in our digital era.

CCNA Data Center certification provides the confidence and nimbleness you need to install, configure, and maintain data center technology. Gain grounding in data center infrastructure, data center networking concepts and technologies, storage networking, unified computing, network virtualization, data center automation and orchestration, and Cisco Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI).


Introducing Cisco Data Center Networking (DCICN 200-150)

Introducing Cisco Data Center Networking (DCICN) v6.1 is a course is designed to help students prepare for the Cisco CCNA© Data Center certification and for associate-level data center roles. The course covers foundational knowledge, skills, and technologies including network protocols and host-to-host communication, data center networking concepts and technologies, data center storage networking, and Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS) architecture.

Target Audience

Network Administrators, Network Engineers, Cisco Integrators/Partners, System Engineers, Network Designers, Network Managers, Consulting Systems Engineers, Technical Solutions Architects

Prerequisites

The knowledge, skills, and attitudes that a learner is expected to have before attending this course are as follows:

  • Good understanding of networking protocols
  • Good understanding of the VMware environment
  • Basic computer literacy
  • Basic knowledge of Microsoft Windows operating systems
  • Basic Internet usage skills

Course Objectives

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:

  • Describe and identify data center network protocols and host-to-host communication
  • Describe basic data center networking concepts and use the Cisco NX-OS command-line interface andimplement VLANs, trunks, and port channels
  • Describe advanced data center networking concepts, implement multilayer switching, and perform basicconfiguration: protocols (OSPF, EIGRP, HSRP); AAA on Cisco NX-OS devices and secure remote administration; and access control lists
  • Describe and compare basic data center storage connectivity options and configure VSANs
  • Describe advanced data center storage and configure zoning, NPV mode, and NPIV on Cisco Nexus and Cisco MDS switches
  • Identify the components of Cisco UCS architecture and use the Cisco UCS Manager GUI

Course Outline

Module 1: Network Protocols and Host-to-Host Communication
  • Lesson 1: Describing Ethernet Functions and Standards
  • Lesson 2: Describing Ethernet Hardware and Switching
  • Lesson 3: Describing OSI and TCP/IP Models
  • Lesson 4: Describing IPv4 and IPv6 Network Layer Addressing
  • Lesson 5: Describing Packet Delivery on a Hierarchical Network
  • Lesson 6: Describing the TCP/IP Transport Layer
Module 2: Basic Data Center Networking Concepts
  • Lesson 1: Describing Data Center Network Architectures
  • Lesson 2: Describing the Cisco Nexus Family and NX-OS
  • Lesson 3: Implementing VLANs and Trunks
  • Lesson 4: Describing Redundant Switched Topologies
Module 3: Advanced Data Center Networking Concepts
  • Lesson 1: Describing the Routing Process on Nexus Switches
  • Lesson 2: Describing Routing Protocols on Nexus Switches
  • Lesson 3: Describing Layer 3 First Hop Redundancy
  • Lesson 4: Describing AAA on Nexus Switches
  • Lesson 5: Describing ACLs on Nexus Switches
Module 4: Basic Data Center Storage
  • Lesson 1: Describing Storage Connectivity Options in the Data Center
  • Lesson 2: Describing Fibre Channel Storage Networking
  • Lesson 3: Describing VSANs
Module 5: Advanced Data Center Storage
  • Lesson 1: Describing Communication Between Initiator and Target
  • Lesson 2: Describing Fibre Channel Zone Types and Their Uses
  • Lesson 3: Describing Cisco NPV Mode and NPIV
  • Lesson 4: Describing Data Center Ethernet Enhancements
  • Lesson 5: Describing Fibre Channel over Ethernet
Module 6: Cisco UCS Architecture
  • Lesson 1: Describing Cisco UCS Server Hardware Components
  • Lesson 2: Cisco UCS Physical Connectivity for a Fabric Interconnect Cluster
  • Lesson 3: Describing the Cisco UCS Manager Interfaces
Labs:
  • Guided Lab 1: Use the DCICN Lab System
  • Guided Lab 2: Explore LAN Communication
  • Guided Lab 3: Explore Protocol Analysis
  • Guided Lab 4: Explore TCP and UDP Communication
  • Guided Lab 5: Explore the Cisco NX-OS Command Line Interface
  • Guided Lab 6: Explore Topology Discovery and Documentation
  • Guided Lab 7: Implement VLANs and Trunks
  • Guided Lab 8: Map a Spanning Tree and Configure Port Channels
  • Guided Lab 9: Implement Multilayer Switching
  • Guided Lab 10: Configure OSPF
  • Guided Lab 11: Configure EIGRP
  • Guided Lab 12: Configure HSRP
  • Guided Lab 13: Configure AAA and Secure Remote Administration
  • Guided Lab 14: Configure ACLs
  • Guided Lab 15: Configure VSANs
  • Guided Lab 16: Validate FLOGI and FCNS
  • Guided Lab 17: Configure Zoning
  • Guided Lab 18: Explore the Cisco UCS Manager GUI
  • Written Lab 19: Calculate Decimal, Binary, and Subnet

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Introducing Cisco Data Center Technologies (DCICT 200-155)

In this course, you will be introduced to Cisco technologies and products that are deployed in the data center: network virtualization, network technologies, Unified computing, automation and orchestration, and the Cisco Application-Centric Infrastructure (ACI). The introductory level of knowledge that is provided in these courses is targeted for individuals who can perform basic configuration tasks. The hands on lab exercises focus on configuring features on Cisco Nexus Operating System (Cisco NX-OS), Cisco Unified Computing System (Cisco UCS), and Cisco UCS Director.

Target Audience

  • Network designers, administrators, engineers, and managers
  • Storage administrators
  • Server administrators
  • Program managers
  • Project managers
  • Systems engineers

Prerequisites

  • Good understanding of networking protocols
  • Good understanding of the VMware environment

Course Objectives

Upon completing this course, the learner will be able to meet these overall objectives:

  • Describe and configure Cisco UCS
  • Describe and configure Cisco data center virtualization
  • Describe and configure Cisco data center networking
  • Describe and configure Cisco automation and orchestration
  • Describe and verify Cisco ACI

Course Outline

Module 1. Cisco Data Center Network Virtualization
  • Functional Planes of Cisco Nexus Switches
  • Cisco Nexus Operating System VRF Contexts
  • Virtual Device Contexts
  • Function of Overlays
  • Virtualization
  • Virtual Switches
Module 2. Cisco Data Center Network Technologies Configuration
  • Cisco Fabric Extender Connectivity
  • Port Channels and Virtual Port Channels
  • Cisco FabricPath
  • Unified Port Feature of Cisco Nexus Switches
  • Cisco Unified Fabric
Module 3. Cisco Unified Computing System
  • Data Center Server Connectivity
  • Cisco IMC Supervisor
  • Cisco UCS Manager Operations
  • Role-Based Access Control
  • Hardware Abstraction in Cisco UCS
Module 4. Data Center Automation and Orchestration
  • Utility of Application Programming Interfaces
  • Cloud Computing Basic Concepts
  • Cloud Attributes and Service Models
  • Cisco UCS Director
  • VDCs, Tenants, and Policies
  • Orchestration
  • Managing Catalogs and Templates
  • Reporting in Cisco UCS Director (CloudSense)
Module 5. Cisco Application-Centric Infrastructure
  • Cisco ACI
  • Cisco ACI Fabric
  • Programming and Orchestrating Cisco ACI
Labs
  • Lab 1: Connect to Cisco Nexus Series Switches Using SSH
  • Lab 2: Configure VRFs
  • Lab 3: Explore the Elements of Virtual Device Contexts
  • Lab 4: Install VMware ESXi on UCS C-Series Rack Server
  • Lab 5: Install VMware vCenter Server Appliance
  • Lab 6: Install Cisco Virtual Switch Update Manager
  • Lab 7: Install Cisco Nexus 1000V with VSUM
  • Lab 8: Configure a Port Group in the DVS
  • Lab 9: Configure the Cisco Nexus 2000 Fabric Extender
  • Lab 10: Configure Virtual Port Channels
  • Lab 11: Configure Virtual Port Channels with FEX
  • Lab 12: Configure Cisco FabricPath
  • Lab 13: Configure Unified Ports on Cisco Nexus Switch
  • Lab 14: Implement FCoE
  • Lab 15: Install and Configure the Cisco IMC Supervisor
  • Lab 16: Navigate the Cisco UCS Manager GUI Interfaces
  • Lab 17: Configure Local RBAC
  • Lab 18: Configure Pools
  • Lab 19: Configure a Service Profile Template
  • Lab 20: Configure Cisco NX-OS with APIs
  • Lab 21: Explore the Management Information Tree of the Cisco UCS Manager XML API
  • Lab 22: Configure Cisco UCS Manager with the Postman REST Plugin for Google Chrome
  • Lab 23: Install and Configure User Accounts in Cisco UCS Director
  • Lab 24: Add Virtual and Physical Accounts to Cisco UCS Director
  • Lab 25: Customize Cisco UCS Director
  • Lab 26: Explore Cisco UCS Director Monitoring Capabilities
  • Lab 27: Create Policies and VDCs
  • Lab 28: Create a Catalog and Provision a VM Using the Self-Service Portal
  • Lab 29: Explore Cisco UCS Director Built-In Reports
  • Lab 30: View Chargeback and Reports

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