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DCUCI 6.2 - Implementing Cisco Data Center Unified Computing (DCUCI)

Course Details
Code: DCUCI 6.2
Tuition (USD): $4,395.00 • Classroom (5 days)
$4,395.00 • Virtual (5 days)

Module 1: Cisco Unified Computing System Implementation Lesson 1: Describing Cisco UCS Server Form Factors Lesson 2: Describing Cisco UCS Connectivity Lesson 3: Configuring Identity Abstraction Lesson 4: Configuring Service Profile Templates   Module 2: SAN Storage Implementation for Cisco Unified Computing System Lesson 1: Implementing iSCSI Lesson 2: Implementing Fibre Channel Lesson 3: Implementing FCoE Module 3: Security Implementation for Cisco Unified Computing System Lesson 1: Implementing Role-Based Access Control Lesson 2: Implementing External Authentication Providers Lesson 3: Implementing Key Management Module 4: Operations and Maintenance for Cisco Unified Computing System Lesson 1: Implementing Cisco UCS Firmware Updates Lesson 2: Implementing Cisco UCS Backups Lesson 3: Implementing Monitoring Module 5: Cisco Unified Computing System Automation Lesson 1: Implementing Cisco UCS Central Lesson 2: Implementing Cisco UCS Director and Cisco IMC Supervisor Lesson 3: Comparing Scripting Options for Cisco UCS Manager Lab Outline Guided Lab 1: Provision Cisco UCS Fabric Interconnect Cluster Guided Lab 2: Configure Server and Uplink Ports Guided Lab 3: Configure VLANs Guided Lab 4: Configure a Cisco UCS Service Profile Using Hardware Identities Guided Lab 5: Configure Basic Identity Pools Guided Lab 6: Configure a Cisco UCS Service Profile Using Pools Guided Lab 7: Configure a Service Profile Template Guided Lab 8: Configure an iSCSI Service Profile Guided Lab 9: Configure Pod-Specific Device Aliases Guided Lab 10: Configure Zoning Guided Lab 11: Configure VSANs in Cisco UCS Manager Guided Lab 12: Configure Unified Ports on Cisco UCS Fabric Interconnects Guided Lab 13: Install and Boot VMware ESXi on Cisco UCS C-Series Servers from SAN LUN Guided Lab 14: Install and Boot VMware ESXi on Cisco UCS B-Series Servers from SAN LUN Guided Lab 15: Configure Organizations and Locales Guided Lab 16: Configure Job-Specific Roles Guided Lab 17: Configure Cisco UCS Manager to Authenticate Users with Microsoft Active Directory Guided Lab 18: Configure a Trusted Point and Key Ring in Cisco UCS Manager Guided Lab 19: Perform Backup and Restore Activities Guided Lab 20: Implement Syslog Guided Lab 21: Deploy and Use Cisco UCS Central Guided Lab 22: Deploy and Use Cisco IMC Supervisor Guided Lab 23: Configure Cisco UCS Manager with XML API and Cisco UCS PowerTools

Skills Gained

After completion of this course, students will be able to... Describe Cisco UCS server form factors Describe Cisco UCS connectivity Configure identity abstraction Configure service profile templates Implement iSCSI Implement Fibre Channel port channels Implement FCoE Implement role-based access control (RBAC) Implement external authentication providers Implementing key management Implement Cisco UCS firmware updates Implement Cisco UCS backups Implement monitoring Deploy Cisco UCS Central and use it to add a Cisco UCS Manager domain, manage resources centrally, and create all required pools and templates to deploy a service profile. Implement Cisco UCS Director and Cisco Integrated Management Controller (Cisco IMC) Supervisor Compare scripting options for Cisco UCS Manager

Who Can Benefit

Primary: Cisco Integrators and Partners, Consulting Systems Engineer, Network Designer, Network Engineer, Server Administrator, Systems Engineer, Technical Solutions Architect Secondary: Network Administrator, Network Manager, Storage Administrator, Program Manager, Project Manager

Prerequisites

To fully benefit from this course, students should have the following prerequisite skills and knowledge: Understanding of server system design and architecture Familiarity with Ethernet and TCP/IP networking Familiarity with SANs Familiarity with Fibre Channel protocol Understanding of Cisco Enterprise Data Center Architecture Familiarity with hypervisor technologies (such as VMware)