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Deployment Best Practices for Hyper-V on UCS v1.0 ( MSUCS10)

Deployment Best Practices for Hyper-V on UCS v1.0 ( MSUCS10)

Overview

 Duration: 2 Days

This 2-day workshop provides an initial understanding of Cisco SD Access and its solution components. Attendees will have the opportunity to understand the digital disruption that is currently happening in the industry and a more appropriate technological approach to meet the current and future demands. Cisco SDA let the customers stop security threats, help their employees to do their job better, quickly provision a branch at a snap of a finger and keep up with new digital business needs with controller-based automation, rich contextual analytics, network functions virtualization (NFV), and the limitless scalability of the cloud. Additionally, it gives implementation guidance for organizations looking to deploy an uncompromised secure, agile, scalable, software-driven and automatable enterprise network.

Objectives

 Software Defined Access Overview and Concepts Introducing Cisco DNA Center SD-Access Wireless SD-Access Security Cisco Catalyst 9000 Switches Overview SD-Access Programmability and API 
Software Defined Access
•Software Defined Access Overview
•SD-Access Key Concepts
•Fabric Fundamentals
•Controller Fundamentals
•Fabric Border Functionality
•Fabric Border Design Options: Collocated vs Distributed
•Fabric Border Design Options: One-Box vs. Two-Box
•WAN Connectivity with Border
•Data Center Connectivity with Border
•External Connectivity with Border
•Migrating to Software Defined Access
•Migrating Layer 2 Access: New Subnets
•Migrating Layer 2 Access: Retain Existing Subnets
•Migrating Routed Access

Cisco DNA Center
•Introducing Cisco DNA Center
•DNA Center Themes
•Base Automation Use Cases
•Reducing Time and Complexity—Automating Standard Network Changes Across Sites
•Reducing Time and Complexity—IP Address Management
•Reducing Time and Complexity—Compliancy with Software Images & Patch Management
•DNA Analytics and Assurance
•Introducing Network Data Platform

SD-Access Wireless
•SD-Access Fabric Overview
•SD-Access Wireless Architecture
•DNAC Integration with SD-Access Wireless
•SD-Access Wireless: Design Considerations
•SD-Access Wireless Design
•SD-Access Wireless: Adoption Considerations

DNA Security
•Stealthwatch with Cognitive Analytics
•Network as a Sensor (NaaS)
•Identity Services Engine
•Network as an Enforcer (NaaE)

Cisco Catalyst 9000 Switches
•Overview
•New Platform Features
•Solving Business Challenges
•Introducing the Catalyst 9300, 9400 and 9500 Models

SD-Access Programmability and API
•Why Programmability?
•Python, JSON, XML
•Device Programmability
•YANG, NETCONF, RESTCONF
•Python On-Box IOS XE
•DNA Center Programmability
•REST APIs
•Getting Started

SD-Access Lab Outline
1.Design tool: Create a Site and add a building with floor map
2.Configure AAA server in DNA Center
3.Configure Certificates in ISE for PxGrid
4.Configure ISE for integration with DNA Center
5.Create a Wireless Enterprise SSID
6.Configure TrustSec rules and policies in ISE
7.Configure Virtual Networks
8.Create Group Based Access Policies
9.Create Contracts
10.Assign Devices to Site
11.Provision the Devices in the Site
12.Create a new Fabric and Add nodes to the Fabric
13.Add hosts to the Fabric
14.Test Employee Access and view the policies applied 
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Course ID:
MSUCS10


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