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Introducing Cisco Data Center Networking (CS-DCICN v6.0)

Designed for network administrators and engineers, the Introducing Cisco Data Center Networking course introduces students to the technologies that will be needed for the configuration of networks. Complete with theoretical explanations and practical demonstrations, the course is ideal for anyone interested in gaining hands-on experience with networks or pursuing IT ops training.

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Intermediate

Difficulty

2.5 Days

Course Duration

27 Units

CLC

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Designed for network administrators and engineers, the Introducing Cisco Data Center Networking course introduces students to the technologies that will be needed for the configuration of networks. Complete with theoretical explanations and practical demonstrations, the course is ideal for anyone interested in gaining hands-on experience with networks or pursuing IT ops training.

Course Information

About this course:

Spanning 2.5 days, the Introducing Cisco Data Center Networking course has been developed to introduce students to the various data center configuration options that are available. Students will be introduced to the various technologies that data centers work on for increased understanding of configurations and the unique set of features of each one of them.

Covering various aspects of data center networking from routing to standards and functions for communications within networks, the course serves is ideal for IT ops training.

Course objectives:

This course has been designed to:

  • Introduce students to standards and functions for Ethernet communications

  • Explain the TCP/IP and Open System Interconnection models to students

  • Help students understand the different data center storage connectivity options to help them make informed decisions

  • Introduce students to Nexus switch routing, fabric login (FLOGI) and the Fiber Channel name server processes

Audience:

This course is intended for:

  • System, consulting system, and network engineers

  • Administrators, managers, and designers of networks

  • Cisco partners and integrators

  • Architects responsible for developing technical solutions

Prerequisites:

  • Understanding of and experience working with various networking protocols

  • VMware environment understanding and knowing how it works

  • Understanding of and experience working with the Microsoft Windows operating system

  • Basic internet navigability skills

  • Completion or understanding of the concepts covered in the ICND1: Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1 and DCICT: Introducing Cisco Data Center Technologies

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    Brand Cisco
    Subjects IT Ops & Management
    Lab Access Yes
    Technology Cisco
    Learning Style Virtual Classroom
    Difficulty Intermediate
    Course Duration 2.5 Days
    Language English
    CLC 27 Units

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