DCID v7.0 - Designing Cisco® Data Center Infrastructure **Part of the CCNP Data Center certification track**

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    DCID v7.0 - Designing Cisco® Data Center Infrastructure **Part of the CCNP Data Center certification track**

    (6 weeks)
    Version 6.0

    Designing Cisco Data Center Infrastructure (DCID) v6.0 is a 6 weeks instructor-led course that focuses on data center design based on Cisco solutions. The course includes theoretical content, as well as design-oriented case studies that are in the form of testlets. The course is designed to help students prepare for Cisco CCNP® Data Center certification and for professional-level data center roles.

    The course includes information on designing data centers with Cisco components and technologies. It covers network designs with virtualization, Layer 2 and Layer 3 technologies and routing protocols, and data center interconnect design options. Also covered are device virtualization technologies such as virtual data centers and network function virtualization with virtual appliances, including virtual switches, virtual routers, and virtual firewalls. Storage and SAN design is covered, with explanation of Fibre Channel networks and Cisco Unified Fabric.

    Design practices for the Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS) solution based on Cisco UCS B-Series and C-Series servers and Cisco UCS Manager are covered. Network management technologies include UCS Manager, Cisco Prime Data Center Network Manager, and Cisco UCS Director.

    Note: Students registering for this course will be receiving their course kit in a digital format.

    Requirements and Instructions
    Please also be aware that this digital version is designed for online use, not for printing. You can print up to 10 pages only in each guide within a course. Please note that every time you click the Print button in the book, this counts as one page printed, whether or not you click OK in the Print dialog.

    Special Note to New Hampshire Residents
    This course has not yet been approved by the State's Department of Education. Please contact us to get an update as to when the class should be available in New Hampshire.

    Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:
    Describe Layer 2 switching and Layer 3 forwarding in a data center, including cabling and rack design for the access, aggregation, and core layers
    Design vPC, Cisco FabricPath, OTV, and LISP in customer scenarios and describe management options in the LAN
    Describe hardware virtualization and FEX technologies, compare the Cisco Nexus 1000v with VM-FEX designs, discuss data center security threats and Cisco Virtual Application Container Services for IaaS, and describe management and automation options for the data center infrastructure
    Describe storage and RAID options, describe the Fibre Channel concept and architecture, and design Fibre Channel and FCoE networks, along with management options
    Describe the UCS C-Series, M-Series, and B-Series servers, with connectivity and adapter options. For the UCS B-Series deployment, you will be able to describe the blade chassis, I/O modules, and fabric interconnects, with a focus on southbound and northbound connectivity and oversubscription. Compare the EHV and NPV network operations modes. Explain and distinguish among the different system integrated stack solutions and the management options for the UCS domains
    Design the resource parameters for a UCS domain, starting with the setup and IP concepts, RBAC, and integration with authentication servers. Design the resource pools and policies used in UCS service profiles and templates

    Students considered for this training should have attended the following classes or obtained equivalent level of knowledge:
    Introducing Cisco Data Center Networking (DCICN) v6.0
    Introducing Cisco Data Center Technologies (DCICT) v6.0
    Implementing Cisco Data Center Infrastructure (DCII) v6.0
    Implementing Cisco Data Center Unified Computing (DCUCI) v6.0
    Implementing Cisco Data Center Virtualization and Automation (DCVAI) v6.0

    The knowledge and skills that a learner should have before attending this course:
    Implement data center networking (LAN and SAN)
    Describe data center storage
    Implement data center virtualization
    Implement Cisco Unified Computing System
    Implement data center automation and orchestration with the focus on Cisco ACI and UCS Director
    Describe products in the Cisco Data Center Nexus and MDS families

    Who Should Attend
    The primary audience for this course is as follows:
    Network Designer
    Network Administrator
    Network Engineer
    Systems Engineer
    Consulting Systems Engineer
    Technical Solutions Architect
    Cisco Integrators/Partners

    The secondary audience for this course is as follows:
    Server Administrator
    Network Manager

    The tertiary audience for this course is as follows:
    Storage Administrator
    Program Manager
    Project Manager

    Course Outline

    Module 1: Data Center Network Connectivity Design

    Lesson 1: Describing High Availability on Layer 2
    Error 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
    Transparent Interconnection of Lots of Links
    Layer 2 Technologies in the Data Center
    Activity: Design Virtual Port Channels
    Activity: Design FabricPath

    Lesson 2: Describing Layer 3 Forwarding
    Layer 2 Error Detection
    High Availability on Layer 3
    Comparing First Hop Redundancy Protocols
    Hot Standby Router Protocol
    HSRP Within the Data Center
    Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol
    Gateway Load Balancing Protocol
    IPv6 in Data Centers
    Routing Protocols in Data Center Networks
    Routing Design and Policy Based Routing
    Routing Protocol Security
    Neighbor Authentication
    Control Plane Policing and Protection
    Routing Protocols High Availability
    Centralized and Distributed Forwarding
    Layer 3 Technologies Within Data Centers
    Activity: Design FHRP
    Activity: Design Routing Protocols

    Lesson 3: Designing Data Center Topologies
    Data Center Traffic Flows
    Cabling Challenges
    Direct-Connect vs. Distributed Cabling
    EoR vs. MoR vs. ToR
    ToR with Cisco Nexus 2000 Series FEX
    Data Center Access: vPC
    Data Center Access: FEX
    Data Center Access: Unified Fabric
    Data Center Aggregation: Services
    Data Center Aggregation: Unified Fabric
    Data Center Aggregation: IP-Based Storage
    Data Center Core: Layer 3
    Data Center Core: Layer 2
    Data Center Core: Collapsed Core with VDCs
    Need for Spine-Leaf Architecture
    Spine-Leaf Architecture Overview
    Migration to Spine-Leaf Fabric

    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
    Failure Isolation: STP
    Failure Isolation: Unicast Storms
    Failure 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 vs. Cisco OTV as the DCI
    Cisco OTV Support
    Activity: Design Data Center Interconnect Using Cisco OTV

    Lesson 5: Designing a LISP Solution
    LISP Overview
    LISP Terms and Components
    LISP Packet Flow
    LISP Control Plane
    Use Case: LISP Host Mobility Overview
    LISP Host Mobility Deployment Models
    Use Case: Multi-Tenant Environments
    Use Case: IPv6 Enablement
    Cisco Nexus 7000 as a Platform for LISP

    Module 2: Data Center Infrastructure Design

    Lesson 1: Describing Hardware and Device Virtualization
    Hardware High Availability and Redundancy
    Device-Based Network Virtualization
    VLAN and VRF Principle
    VDC Architecture
    VDC Use Case
    Network Virtualization
    Server Hardware
    Universally Unique Identifiers
    World Wide Name
    Service Profile Summary
    Server Virtualization
    Virtual Access Layer
    Virtual Access Layer Solutions
    Storage Virtualization
    VSAN Primary Functions
    VSAN Numbering
    VSAN Membership
    VSAN Tagging
    Inter-VSAN Routing
    IVR Terminology
    NPIV Use Case
    NPV Use Case
    NPV and NPIV Hardware Support
    NPV Traffic Distribution
    Activity: 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
    Activity: 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
    MAC 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
    Policy-Based VM Connectivity Using Port Profiles
    Mobility of Network and Security Properties
    Cisco Nexus 1000V Series Security
    Virtual Networking Technologies in the Data Center
    Activity: Design a Cisco Nexus 1000V-Based Solution

    Lesson 4: Describing Basic Data Center Security
    Threats in Data Centers
    Switched 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
    Traffic Storm Control
    Device Compromise Threat
    Traffic Capture and Injection Threat
    Device and Link DoS Threat
    Management Plane Security
    Management Plane Countermeasures
    Management Plane Security Features
    Device Hardening
    Control Plane Countermeasures
    Control Plane Security
    Control Plane Policing
    Control Plane Protection
    CoPP Enhancements on Cisco Nexus 7000
    User Management Features
    Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting
    RBAC with AAA
    AAA Best Practices on Cisco Nexus 7000 Series Switches
    AAA Server Monitoring
    User Accounts and Roles
    User Role Rules

    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
    Data Center Firewalls
    Firewall Characteristics
    Firewall Deployment Options
    Firewall Modes
    Firewall Virtualization
    Cisco ASA Virtualization Deployment Choices
    Positioning the Firewall Within Data Center Networks
    Cisco FirePOWER Portfolio
    FireSIGHT Controlling FirePOWER
    FirePOWER Service Integration in Cisco ASA
    FirePOWER Services Support
    Cisco ASA Clustering Integration
    Cisco ASA Clustering Performance
    Threat Management with NextGen IPS
    Threat Management with NextGen IPS Design Options
    Threat Management with NextGen IPS Design Principles

    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 vs. 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
    Activity: 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
    Activity: 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
    Direct Attached Storage
    SSD Performance Comparison
    DAS Use Case
    Network-Attached Storage
    NAS Use Case
    Fibre Channel Storage Area Network
    Fibre Channel Storage Use Case
    Fibre Channel over Ethernet
    FCoE Use Case
    Internet Small Computer Systems Interface
    Compare Storage Performance in Data Center
    RAID Options
    Host to Storage Fibre Channel Multipathing
    ESXi Multipathing with ALUA Storage Array
    MPIO ALUA on NetApp Cluster Use Case

    Lesson 2: Describing Fibre Channel Concepts
    Fibre Channel Topologies
    Fibre Channel Ports
    Fibre Channel Port Speeds
    Fibre Channel Concepts
    Fibre Channel Addressing: WWN, NWWN, PWWN
    Fibre Channel Addressing: FCID
    Fibre Channel Flow Control
    Buffer-to-Buffer and Credit-Based Flow Control
    FSPF Routing
    FSPF Routing Characteristics
    Fibre Channel Services
    Fibre Channel Device Login Process
    Configuring the Fabric Via BF or RFC
    Fibre Channel Use Case: Fibre Channel Address Design (Scalability)
    NPIV Mode
    NPV Mode vs. Fibre Channel Switching Mode
    Storage Virtualization
    Zoning and VSANs
    Storage Trunking and Fibre Channel Port Channels

    Lesson 3: Describing Fibre Channel Topologies
    Fibre Channel SAN Dual Fabric Design
    Fibre Channel Fan-In, Fan-Out, and Oversubscription
    Calculation of Fan-In, Fan-Out and ISL Oversubscription
    Fibre Channel Core-Edge Design
    Evaluating Core-Edge Fabric
    Core-Edge Design Example
    Fibre Channel Collapsed Core-Edge Design
    Evaluating Collapsed-Core Design
    Fibre Channel Collapsed Core-Edge Design Example
    Fibre Channel Edge-Core-Edge Design
    Evaluating the Fibre Channel Edge-Core-Edge Design
    Fibre Channel Edge-Core-Edge Design Example
    Choosing a Fibre Channel Design Solution
    ToR and MoR Physical Topology
    Entry-Level SAN Solution
    Performance Advantages with Cisco MDS 9710 Series Switches
    Fibre Channel SAN Extension Solutions
    Scale Numbers on Cisco MDS Series Switches
    Activity: Design a Fibre Channel Network

    Lesson 4: Describing FCoE
    FCoE Overview
    FCoE Standards
    FCoE vs. Fibre Channel Stack
    FCoE Benefits
    Data Center Bridging
    IEEE 802.1Qbb PFC
    IEEE 802.1Qaz ETS
    IEEE 802.1az DCBX
    FCoE Elements and Ports
    Fabric-Provided MAC Address
    FCoE Forwarding
    FCoE Initialization Protocol
    FIP Process
    FCoE vs. FIP
    FCoE NPV
    FCoE Single-Hop Topology
    FCoE FEX Topology
    FCoE Remote-Attached Topology
    FCoE Multihop Topology
    Dynamic FCoE
    Fibre Channel vs. FCoE Data Center Design
    Activity: Design and Integrate an FCoE Solution

    Lesson 5: Describing Storage Security
    Secure SAN Design
    Fibre Channel SAN and IP SAN Security Features
    Zoning Basics
    Smart Zoning vs. Regular Zoning
    Basic vs. Enhanced Zoning
    Zone Merge
    Zoning and VSANs
    IVR Zones
    LUN Masking and LUN Zoning
    Storage 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
    Activity: Design a Secure SAN

    Lesson 6: Describing Management and Orchestration
    SAN Device Virtualization
    Cisco Prime DCNM for SAN
    Cisco UCS Director in SAN
    Designing Cisco UCS Director Workflow for Storage Provisioning
    Activity: 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
    Network Cards
    Network Cards Functionality
    Graphics Processing Units
    Storage Accelerators
    Local and Centralized Storage Accelerators
    Cisco UCS C-Series Server Management
    Cisco UCS C-Series Server Centralized Management
    Activity: 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
    Traditional vs. Disaggregated Servers
    Cloud-Scale Computing
    Activity: Design Cisco UCS M-Series Servers Implementation

    Lesson 3: Describing Cisco UCS B-Series Servers and Use Cases
    Fabric Interconnects
    Fabric Interconnect Cabling
    Blade 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
    Activity: Design a UCS Domain and Fabric Interconnect Cabling
    Activity: Design Cisco C-Series Integration with a UCS Domain
    Activity: Design a UCS Mini Solution

    Lesson 4: Describing Fabric Interconnect Connectivity
    Fabric Interconnect Port Personalities
    Oversubscription Options
    VLANs in the UCS Domain
    VSANs in the UCS Domain
    Southbound Connection
    Northbound Connection
    Compare the EHV and Switch Mode
    NPV and FC Switching Mode
    Fabric Interconnect High Availability and Redundancy
    Activity: 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
    Continuous Data Optimization
    Data Services
    HyperFlex Configurations
    Integrated Systems Overview

    Lesson 6: Describing Management Systems
    Cisco UCS Manager
    Cisco UCS Performance Manager
    VMware vCenter
    Microsoft Systems Center
    Cisco UCS Central
    Cisco UCS Director

    Lesson 7: Describing Hadoop, SAP Hana, and IoT on Cisco UCS
    Introduction to Digital Disruption
    Converting Big Data into Disruptive Intelligence
    Introduction to Hadoop
    Hadoop Principle
    Introduction to SAP HANA
    Hadoop vs. SAP HANA
    Use Case: "Smart Train" Predictive Maintenance
    FlexPod for SAP HANA and Hadoop

    Module 5: Data Center Compute Resource Parameters Design

    Lesson 1: Describing System-Wide Parameters
    Cisco UCS System Configuration Types
    Initial System Setup Parameters
    Server Management IP Address in Cisco UCS
    Cisco UCS Core Elements and Monitor Interfaces
    Cisco UCS and SNMP
    Global Fault Summary in the GUI
    Call Home
    QoS System Classes
    Defining the QoS System Class
    Provisioning a QoS Policy in a Service Profile
    Virtual Network Overview
    Multiple vSwitches on a VMware ESX/ESXi Host
    Cisco UCS B-Series Blade Server with Multiple vSwitches
    Organizations in Cisco UCS Manager
    Local Resources in an Organization
    Organization Inheritance and Name Resolution
    Activity: Design System-Wide Parameters in a Cisco UCS Solution

    Lesson 2: Describing RBAC
    Role-Based Access Control
    Roles and Privileges
    Default Roles
    Default Privileges
    Organizations Structure
    Organization Policy Resolution
    Organization Pool Resolution
    User Effective Rights
    User Authentication
    RADIUS Integration
    TACACS+ Integration
    LDAP Integration
    Authentication Servers Functionality Comparison
    Two Factor Authentication in Cisco UCS Manager
    Two Factor Authentication Mechanism
    Two Factor Authentication Administration
    Activity: Design an LDAP Integration with a UCS Domain

    Lesson 3: Describing Pools for Service Profiles
    Scaling Cisco UCS Management with Cisco UCS Central
    Global and Local Pools
    UUID Use
    UUID Format
    UUID Suffix Pools
    Provisioning UUID Suffix Pools
    MAC Address Pools
    Provisioning MAC Address Pools
    WWN Format
    WWNN Pools
    Provisioning WWNN Pools
    WWPN Pools
    Provisioning WWPN Pools
    Example: UUID/MAC/WWN Pool Addressing
    Server Pools
    Provisioning Server Pools
    Example: Server Pool Convention
    iSCSI Boot Interfaces and Initiator IP Pools
    Provisioning iSCSI Initiator IP Pools
    Activity: Design Pools for Service Profiles in a Cisco UCS Solution

    Lesson 4: Describing Policies for Service Profiles
    Global vs. Local Policies
    Storage Policies
    Provisioning a Storage Policy
    RAID Levels in a Storage Policy
    BIOS 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
    Scrub Policies
    Provisioning a Scrub Policy
    Maintenance Policies
    Provisioning a Maintenance Policy

    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
    Fabric Selection and Failover
    Fabric 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
    Provision UDLD in Cisco UCS
    Cisco usNIC
    VMQ Support
    Activity: Design Network-Specific Adapters and Policies in a Cisco UCS Solution

    Lesson 6: Describing Templates in Cisco UCS Manager
    Cisco UCS Templates
    Service Profile Templates
    Networking Templates

    Price Includes International Curriculum Courseware And Very Active Real-Time Labs.

    2 Hours Daily 3 Times a Week

    Total Duration 6 Weeks

    • Model: CCNP Data Center
    • Manufacturer:Cisco

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