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DCICT - Introducing Cisco Data Center Technologies v6.0 (DCICT)

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Course Overview

Duration: 5 days

The introducing Cisco Data Center Technologies (DCICT) v6.0 course is a five days instructor-led training (ILT) program that introduces students 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 (cisco ACI). The introductory level of knowledge that is provded 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.

Who Should Attend

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

Course Certifications

This course is part of the following Certifications:

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

Cisco learning offerings that contribute to recommended knowledge, skills and attitudes:

  • Introduction to Data Center Networking (DCICN) v6.0

Course Objectives

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

 

Course Content

Module 1: Cisco Data Center Network Virtualization

Objective: Describe Cisco Data Center Virtualization.

Lesson 1: Describing Functional Planes of Cisco Nexus Switches

Objective: Describe the functional planes of Cisco Nexus switches. This lesson includes these topics:

·         Control and Management Plane Functionality

−         Objective: Describe the functions of the control and management plane.

·         Cisco NX-OS Control Plane Policing

−         Objective: Describe CoPP on the Cisco Nexus 7000 and 5000 Series Switches

·         Data Plane Functionality

−         Objective: Describe the functions of the data plane

·         Stateful Fault Recovery on Cisco Nexus 7000 Series Switches

−         Objective: Describe Stateful Fault Recovery on Cisco Nexus 7000 Series Switches.

·         Challenge

Lesson 2: Describing Cisco Nexus Operating System VRF Contexts

Objective: Describe Cisco NX-OS Virtual Routing and Forwarding Contexts This lesson includes these topics:

·         Layer 3 Routing Table Segmentation

−         Objective: Describe Layer 3 routing table segmentation

·         Management and Default VRFs

−         Objective: Describe the Management and Default VRF

·         VRF-Aware Services

−         Objective: Describe VRF-Aware Services.

·         Guided Lab 1: Connect to Cisco Nexus Series Switches Using SSH

−         Objective: Use a secure shell client to access the Cisco Nexus 5000 Series switch management interface.

−         Visual Objective

−         Job Aids

−         Required Resources

−         Command List

−         Task 1: Connect to Both Cisco Nexus 5000 Series Switches Using SSH

−         Task 2: Verify Management Interface Configuration and Other Switch Specifics

·         Guided Lab 2: Configure VRFs

−         Objective: Configure VRFs

−         Topology

−         Visual Objective

−         Job Aids

−         Command List

−         Task 1: Configure VRF with OSPFv2 Routing

Lesson 3: Describing Virtual Device Contexts

Objective: Describe the elements of Virtual Device Contexts This lesson includes these topics:

·         VDC Architecture on the Cisco Nexus 7000 Series Switch

−         Objective: Describe VDCs on the Cisco Nexus 7000 Series Switch

·         VDC CPU Sharing

−         Objective: Describe VDC CPU Sharing

·         VDC Fault Domain on the Cisco Nexus 7000 Series Switch

−         Objective: Describe VDC Fault Domain on the Cisco Nexus 7000 Series Switch

·         VDC Scalability and Communication on the Cisco Nexus 7000 Series Switch

−         Objective: Describe VDC Scalability and Communication on the Cisco Nexus 7000 Series Switch

·         VPN Routing/Forwarding Instances and VDCs

−         Objective: Describe Layer 3 routing table segmentation and VDC's.

·         Default VDC

−         Objective: Describe the Default VDC

·         Admin VDC

−         Objective: Describe the Admin VDC

·         Storage VDC

−         Objective: Describe the Storage VDC

·         VDC Module-Type Mode

−         Objective: Describe the VDC Module-Type Mode

·         VDC and Interface Allocation

−         Objective: Describe the VDC Interface Allocation

·         VDC Membership: Hardware Resources

−         Objective: Describe the VDC Interface Membership

·         VDC Management

−         Objective: Describe the VDC Management

·         VDC Management: Out-of-Band

−         Objective: Describe VDC Management—Out-of-Band

·         VDC Management: In-Band

−         Objective: Describe VDC Management—In-Band

·         VDC Licensing

−         Objective: Describe VDC Licensing

·         Guided Lab 3: Explore the Elements of Virtual Device Contexts

−         Objective: Explore Virtual Device Contexts (VDCs)

−         Topology


−         Visual Objective

−         Job Aids

−         Command List

−         Task 1: Log in to and Explore Your Cisco 7000 Series VDC

−         Task 2: Explore CoPP on Your Cisco Nexus 7000 and 5000 Switches

·         Challenge

Lesson 4: Describing the Function of Overlays

Objective: Describe the Function of Overlays. This lesson includes these topics:

·         Overlay Networks Overview

−         Objective: Describe Overlay Networks.

·         Overlay Network Service Types

−         Objective: Describe Overlay Network Service Types.

·         Virtual Extensible LAN

−         Objective: Describe Virtual Extensible LAN.

·         Virtual Extensible LAN Benefits

−         Objective: Describe Virtual Extensible LAN Benefits.

·         Network Virtualization Using Generic Routing Encapsulation

−         Objective: Describe Network Virtualization Using Generic Routing Encapsulation

Lesson 5: Describing Virtualization

Objective: Describing Virtualization This lesson includes these topics:

·         Need for Virtualization

−         Objective: Describe the Need for Virtualization

·         Virtual Machine Components

−         Objective: Describe the Virtual Machine Components

·         Hypervisor

−         Objective: Describe Hypervisors

·         Virtual Switch Features

−         Objective: Describe services of virtual switches

·         Virtual Machine Benefits

−         Objective: Describe Virtual Machine Benefits

·         Virtual Machine Manager: vSphere Architecture

−         Objective: Describe Virtual Machine Manager—vSphere Architecture

·         Virtual Machine Manager: vSphere Features

−         Objective: Describe Virtual Machine Manager—vSphere Features

·         ESXi Architecture

−         Objective: Describe ESX and ESXi Architectures

·         ESXi Features

−         Objective: Describe ESXi Features

·         Guided Lab 4: Install VMware ESXi on UCS C-Series Rack Server

−         Objective: Install VMware ESXi on the UCS C-series server and verify using the vSphere client.

−         Topology

−         Visual Objective

−         Job Aids

−         Task 1: Install VMware ESXi on UCS C220-1 Server

−         Task 2: Configure LAN Connectivity

·         Guided Lab 5: Install VMware vCenter Server Appliance

−         Objective: Install and configure a vCenter Appliance

−         Topology

−         Visual Objective

−         Job Aids

−         Task 1: Deploy the VMware vCenter Server Appliance

−         Task 2: Configure the VMware vCenter Server Appliance

−         Task 3: Create a Datacenter and Add the ESXi Hosts

−         Task 4: Add the Guest Operating System to the Datastore

·         Challenge

Lesson 6: Describing Virtual Switches

Objective: Describing Cisco virtual switches This lesson includes these topics:

·         vNetwork Standard Switch

−         Objective: Describe the functionality of a virtual switch in a hypervisor

·         VMware vSwitch Operation

−         Objective: Describe VMware vSwitch Operation

·         vNetwork Distributed Switch

−         Objective: Describe a distributed virtual switch

·         Cisco Nexus 1000V Overview

−         Objective: Describe basic Cisco Nexus 1000V features

·         Cisco Nexus 1000V Features

−         Objective: Describe basic Cisco Nexus 1000V features

·         Cisco Nexus 1000V Components

−         Objective: Describe Cisco Nexus 1000V components

·         Cisco Nexus 1000V Benefits

−         Objective: Describe basic Cisco Nexus 1000V features

·         Cisco Nexus 1000V Domain ID

−         Objective: Describe basic Cisco Nexus 1000V features

·         Cisco Nexus 1000V Licensing

−         Objective: Describe basic Cisco Nexus 1000V features

·         The Cisco Virtual Switch Update Manager

−         Objective: Describe Cisco Virtual switch Update Manager (VSUM)

·         Guided Lab 6: Install Cisco Virtual Switch Update Manager

−         Objective: Install VSUM

−         Topology

−         Visual Objective

−         Job Aids

−         Task 1: Deploy the Cisco Virtual Switch Update Manager

·         Guided Lab 7: Install Cisco Nexus 1000V with VSUM

−         Objective: Install Nexus 1000V using VSUM

−         Topology

−         Visual Objective

−         Job Aids

−         Task 1: Install the Cisco Nexus 1000V Using VSUM

−         Task 2: Migrate the ESXi Hosts to the N1KV DVS

·         Guided Lab 8: Configure a Port Group in the DVS

−         Objective: Install a Windows 7 VM and map it to the DVS

−         Topology

−         Visual Objective

−         Job Aids

−         Command List

−         Task 1: Configure Port Profiles in the VSM for Ethernet Ports and VMware Virtual Ports

·         Challenge


Module 2: Cisco Data Center Network Technologies Configuration

Objective: Configure Cisco data center network technologies

 

Lesson 1: Describing Cisco Fabric Extender Connectivity

Objective: Describe Cisco Fabric Extender (FEX) Connectivity This lesson includes these topics:

·         ToR Deployment Model

−         Objective: Describe ToR Deployment Model

·         EoR Deployment Model

−         Objective: Describe EoR Deployment Model

·         FEX Deployment Model

−         Objective: Describe FEX Deployment Model

·         Cisco FEX Technology

−         Objective: Describe Cisco FEX Technology

·         Virtualized Switch Chassis

−         Objective: Describe Virtualized switch Chassis

·         Cisco Nexus 2000 Series Fabric Extender

−         Objective: Describe Cisco Nexus 2000 Series Fabric Extender

·         FEX VNTag Terminology

−         Objective: Describe FEX VNTag Terminology

·         VNTag Extension Format

−         Objective: Describe VNTag Extension Format

·         FEX VNTag Switching

−         Objective: Describe FEX VNTag Switching

·         Host-to-Network Forwarding

−         Objective: Describe Host-to-Network Forwarding

·         Network-to-Host Forwarding

−         Objective: Describe Network-to-Host Forwarding

·         Multicast Forwarding

−         Objective: Describe Multicast Forwarding

·         Deploying Cisco Nexus 2000 Fabric Extenders with the Parent Switch

−         Objective: Deploying Cisco Nexus 2000 Fabric Extenders with the Parent Switch

·         Cisco Adapter FEX Technology

−         Objective: Describe Cisco Adapter FEX Technology

·         Guided Lab 9: Configure the Cisco Nexus 2000 Fabric Extender

−         Objective: Configure FEX connectivity

−         Topology

−         Visual Objective

−         Job Aids

−         Required Resources

−         Command List

−         Task 1: Connect to the Lab Pod and Confirm the FEX Connections

−         Task 2: Configure the Cisco Nexus 2000 Series Fabric Extender

−         Task 3: Explore Static Pinning on the Cisco Nexus 2000 Series Fabric Extender

−         Task 4: Explore Dynamic Pinning on the Cisco Nexus 2000 Series Fabric Extender

·         Challenge

Lesson 2: Describing Port Channels and Virtual Port Channels

Objective: Describing LAN port channels and virtual port channels (vPC) This lesson includes these topics:

·         LAN Port Channels

−         Objective: Describe LAN port channels

·         LAN Port Channel Modes

−         Objective: Describe LAN port channel modes

·         Port Channel Load Balancing

−         Objective: Describe Port Channel Load Balancing

·         Port Channel Layer 2 and Layer 3 Interfaces

−         Objective: Describe Port Channel Layer 2 and Layer 3 Interfaces

·         Virtual Port Channels (vPCs)

−         Objective: Describe Virtual Port Channels (vPCs)

·         vPC vs. STP

−         Objective: Describe vPC vs. STP

·         vPC Components and Architecture

−         Objective: Describe vPC Components and Architecture

·         vPC Control Plane

−         Objective: Describe vPC Control Plane

·         vPC Peer-Link Restrictions

−         Objective: Describe vPC Peer-Link Restrictions

·         vPC Data Plane for External Traffic

−         Objective: Describe vPC Data Plane for External Traffic

·         vPC Guidelines

−         Objective: Describe vPC Guidelines

·         Enhanced vPC

−         Objective: Describe Enhanced vPC

·         Supported Nexus 5000 vPC Topologies

−         Objective: Describe Supported Nexus 5000 vPC Topologies

·         Supported Nexus 7000 vPC Topologies

−         Objective: Describe Supported Nexus 7000 vPC Topologies

·         Guided Lab 10: Configure Virtual Port Channels

−         Objective: Configure Virtual Port Channels.

−         Topology

−         Visual Objective

−         Job Aids

−         Required Resources

−         Command List

−         Task 1: Verify Inter-Switch Connections and Configure Layer 3 Inter-Switch Interface

−         Task 2: Establish the vPC Domain

−         Task 3: Configure the vPC Member Interfaces

−         Task 4: Optimize vPC

−         Task 5: Verify vPC Consistency Parameters

·         Challenge

−         Challenge Lab 11: Configure Virtual Port Channels with FEX

·         Objective: Configure Virtual Port Channels with FEX

·         Topology

·         Visual Objective

·         Job Aids

·         Required Resources

·         Command List

·         Task 1: Configure the vPC Domain on Each 5000 Series Switch

·         Task 2: Configure the FEX Cross-Connections to Each 5000 Series Switch

·         Task 3: Configure the vPC Member Interfaces

Lesson 3: Describing Cisco FabricPath

Objective: Describe Cisco FabricPath This lesson includes these topics:

·         Cisco FabricPath: Data Center Evolution

−         Objective: Describe Cisco FabricPath—Data Center Evolution

·         Cisco FabricPath Overview

−         Objective: Describe Cisco FabricPath Overview

·         Cisco FabricPath Benefits

−         Objective: Describe Cisco FabricPath Benefits

·         Cisco FabricPath Switch Roles

−         Objective: Describe Cisco FabricPath switch Roles

·         Cisco FabricPath Control Plane

−         Objective: Describe Cisco FabricPath Control Plane

·         Cisco FabricPath VLANs

−         Objective: Describe Cisco FabricPath VLANs

·         Cisco FabricPath: Conversational MAC Address Learning

−         Objective: Describe Cisco FabricPath—Conversational MAC Address Learning

·         Guided Lab 12: Configure Cisco FabricPath

−         Objective: Configure Cisco FabricPath

−         Topology

−         Visual Objective

−         Job Aids

−         Required Resources

−         Command List

−         Task 1: Verify Inter-Switch Connections and Remove vPC

−         Task 2: Configure Cisco FabricPath, Interfaces, and VLAN on the Cisco Nexus 7009 VDC and Cisco Nexus 5672UP Switches

·         Challenge

Lesson 4: Describing Unified Port Feature of Cisco Nexus Switches

Objective: Describe the unified port feature of Cisco Nexus switches This lesson includes these topics:

·         Cisco Nexus Unified Port Feature

−         Objective: Describe the Cisco Nexus Unified Port feature

·         Guided Lab 13: Configure Unified Ports on Cisco Nexus Switch

−         Objective: Configure unified ports on Cisco Nexus switch

−         Topology

−         Visual Objective

−         Job Aids

−         Required Resources

−         Command List

−         Task 1: Configuring Cisco Nexus Unified Ports on Cisco Nexus 5000 Series Switches

Lesson 5: Describing Cisco Unified Fabric

Objective: Describe Cisco unified fabric This lesson includes these topics:

·         Cisco Unified Fabric

−         Objective: Describe the benefits of unified fabric and FCoE

·         LAN and SAN Flow Control

−         Objective: Describe LAN and SAN Flow Control

·         Fibre Channel Flow Control

−         Objective: Describe Fibre Channel Flow Control

·         Classical Ethernet Flow Control

−         Objective: Describe Classical Ethernet Flow Control

·         Data Center Bridging

−         Objective: Describe DCB and the IEEE DCB enhancements

·         DCB Exchange

−         Objective: Describe DCBX

·         Priority Flow Control

−         Objective: Describe PFC

·         Enhanced Transmission Selection

−         Objective: Describe ETS

·         Introducing FCoE

−         Objective: Describe FCoE

·         FCoE Architecture

−         Objective: Describe the FCoE protocol architecture and components

·         FCoE Logical Endpoint

−         Objective: Describe FCoE Logical Endpoint

·         FCoE Topologies

−         Objective: Describe FCoE Topologies

·         FCoE Emulated Node

−         Objective: Describe the FCoE ENode and how addressing works

·         FCoE Adapters

−         Objective: Describe FCoE Adapters

·         CNA FCoE ENode

−         Objective: Describe the CNA FCoE ENode

·         Fibre Channel Forwarder

−         Objective: Describe Fibre Channel Forwarder

·         FCoE, Port Channels, and vPCs

−         Objective: Describe FCoE, Port Channels, and vPCs

·         FCoE Initialization Protocol

−         Objective: Describe FCoE Initialization Protocol

·         FIP Frames

−         Objective: Describe FIP Frames

·         FIP Discovery and Virtual Link Establishment

−         Objective: Describe FIP Discovery and Virtual Link Establishment

·         FIP VLAN Discovery

−         Objective: Describe FIP VLAN Discovery

·         FIP Solicitation: FCF Discovery

−         Objective: Describe FIP Solicitation—FCF Discovery

·         FIP Advertisement

−         Objective: Describe FIP Advertisement

·         FIP FLOGI

−         Objective: Describe FIP FLOGI

·         FIP Accept

−         Objective: Describe FIP Accept

·         Fabric-Provided MAC Address

−         Objective: Describe Fabric-Provided MAC Address

·         Subsequent FCoE Frames

−         Objective: Describe Subsequent FCoE Frames

·         Guided Lab 14: Implement FCoE

−         Objective: Implement FCoE

−         Topology

−         Visual Objective

−         Job Aids

−         Required Resources

−         Command List

−         Task 1: Verify Inter-Switch Connections

−         Task 2: Configure FCoE

·         Challenge

Module 3: Cisco Unified Computing System

Objective: Describe Cisco unified computing system

Lesson 1: Describing Data Center Server Connectivity

Objective:

This lesson includes these topics:

·         Cisco UCS C-Series Rack Servers

−         Objective: Describe rack servers

·         Cisco UCS C-Series Rack Server Management

−         Objective: Describe rack servers

·         Cisco IMC Overview

−         Objective: Describe rack servers

·         Cisco UCS Fabric Interconnect

−         Objective: Describe Cisco UCS fabric interconnect

·         Cisco UCS B-Series Blade Servers

−         Objective: Describe blade servers

·         Cisco UCS 5100 Series Blade Server Chassis

−         Objective: Describe blade servers

·         Cisco UCS M-Series Modular Servers

−         Objective: Describe modular servers

·         Challenge

Lesson 2: Describing Cisco IMC Supervisor

Objective:

This lesson includes these topics:

·         Cisco IMC Supervisor Overview

−         Objective: Describe  Cisco IMC supervisor

·         Guided Lab 15: Install and Configure the Cisco IMC Supervisor

−         Objective: Navigate through the Cisco UCS Manager GUI to learn where to locate, monitor, and configure various activities

−         Topology

−         Visual Objective

−         Required Resources

−         Job Aids

−         Task 1: Deploy the Cisco IMC Supervisor

−         Task 2: Change the Default Password

−         Task 3: Create a New Rack Group

−         Task 4: Manually Add the Rack Mount Server C220-1

−         Task 5: Create a Credential Policy

−         Task 6: Configure a Discovery Profile and Add the Rack Mount Server C220-2

Lesson 3: Describing Cisco UCS Manager Operations

Objective: Describe how Cisco UCS Manager discovers new hardware and manages and monitors all Cisco UCS components

This lesson includes these topics:

 

·         Functions of Cisco UCS Manager

−         Objective: Describe the functions of Cisco UCS Manager

·         Cisco UCS Manager Management Interfaces

−         Objective: Describe the functions of Cisco UCS Manager

·         Cisco UCS Manager Monitoring and Logging

−         Objective: Describe the functions of Cisco UCS Manager

·         Primary Components of Cisco UCS Manager GUI

−         Objective: Describe the basic layout of Cisco UCS Manager

·         Navigation Pane Tabs

−         Objective: Describe which configuration elements are configured under the six tabs of the navigation pane

·         Chassis Discovery in Cisco UCS Manager

−         Objective: Describe how Cisco UCS Manager discovers components

·         Server Discovery in Cisco UCS Manager

−         Objective: Describe how Cisco UCS Manager discovers components

·         Verifying Device Discovery in Cisco UCS Manager

−         Objective: Describe how to use FSMs to monitor device discovery

·         Guided Lab 16: Navigate the Cisco UCS Manager GUI Interfaces

−         Objective: Describe data center server connectivity

−         Topology

−         Visual Objective

−         Job Aids

−         Task 1: Connect to Cisco UCS Manager

−         Task 2: Explore the Equipment Tab

−         Task 3: Explore the Servers Tab

−         Task 4: Explore the LAN Tab

−         Task 5: Explore the SAN Tab

−         Task 6: Explore the VM Tab

−         Task 7: Explore the Admin Tab

·         Challenge

Lesson 4: Describing Role-Based Access Control

Objective: Describe role-based access control (RBAC) This lesson includes these topics:

·         What Is an Organization?

−         Objective:

·         Organizational Hierarchy Example

−         Objective:

·         Scope of Organizations

−         Objective:

·         What Can Be Configured in an Organization?

−         Objective:

·         Organization Inheritance and Name Resolution

−         Objective:

·         RBAC User Accounts

−         Objective: Describe RBAC users

·         Roles in UCS Manager

−         Objective: Describe RBAC roles

·         Structure of a Role

−         Objective: Describe RBAC roles

·         RBAC Permissions

−         Objective: Describe RBAC permissions

·         RBAC Locales

−         Objective: Describe RBAC locales

·         Implementing Local Users, Roles, and Privileges

−         Objective: Create roles, define privileges, and create local users with custom roles.

·         Implementing Organizations and Locales

−         Objective: Create an organization and its actions, and add an organization to an RBAC locale.

·         Guided Lab 17: Configure Local RBAC

−         Objective: Configure local RBAC

−         Topology

−         Visual Objective

−         Job Aids

−         Task 1: Configure Organizations Under One Root

−         Task 2: Configure Custom Roles to Segregate Server, LAN and SAN, Based on Job Role

−         Task 3: Configure Local User Accounts

·         Challenge

 

 

Lesson 5: Describing Hardware Abstraction in Cisco UCS

Objective: Describe hardware abstraction in Cisco UCS This lesson includes these topics:

·         Hardware Abstraction Benefits

−         Objective: Describe how the abstraction of hardware identities allows fast server mobility from one compute node to another

·         Identity and Resource Pools

−         Objective: Describe how pooled resources ensure uniqueness of identities that are assigned to service profiles

·         Universally Unique Identifier Pools

−         Objective: Describe how the abstraction of hardware identities allows fast server mobility from one compute node to another

·         MAC Pools

−         Objective: Describe how the abstraction of hardware identities allows fast server mobility from one compute node to another

·         WWNN Pool

−         Objective: Describe how the abstraction of hardware identities allows fast server mobility from one compute node to another

·         WWPN Pool

−         Objective: Describe how the abstraction of hardware identities allows fast server mobility from one compute node to another

·         Server Pools

−         Objective: Describe how pooled resources ensure uniqueness of identities that are assigned to service profiles

·         Guided Lab 18: Configure Pools

−         Objective: Configure identity pools in UCS manager

−         Topology

−         Visual Objective

−         Job Aids

−         Task 1: Configure a Universally Unique Identifier Prefix and Suffix Pool

−         Task 2: Configure a MAC Pool


−         Task 3: Configure a WWNN Pool

−         Task 4: Configure a WWPN Pool Under Your Pod Org

−         Task 5: Configure a Server Pool

·         Service Profile Overview

−         Objective: Describe how the abstraction of hardware identities allows fast server mobility from one compute node to another

·         Service Profile Templates Overview

−         Objective: Describe service profile templates

·         Service Profile Templates Types

−         Objective: Describe service profile templates

·         Service Profile Template Benefits

−         Objective: Describe service profile templates

·         Creating Service Profiles from Template

−         Objective: Describe service profiles

·         Guided Lab 19: Configure a Service Profile Template

−         Objective: Configure a service profile template

−         Topology

−         Visual Objective

−         Job Aids

−         Task 1: Create vNIC and vHBA Templates

−         Task 2: Create an Updating Service Profile Template

−         Task 3: Create a Service Profile from the Updating Template

·         Challenge

 

 

Module 4: Data Center Automation and Orchestration

Objective: Describe data center automation and orchestration

 

Lesson 1: Exploring the Utility of Application Programming Interfaces

Objective: Describe the utility of application programming interfaces (API) This lesson includes these topics:

·         Why APIs, Programmability, and Automation Are Important

·         JSON

−         Objective: Describe JSON.

·         What Is an API?

−         Objective: Describe what an API is.

·         What Is REST?

−         Objective: Describe REST.

·         What Is NETCONF?<

Course ID: DCICT

5 Days Course
SGD 4500.00
 
Singapore
5 Days Course
USD 1,400.00
or 14 CLC
India (USD)

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