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CLDFND - Understanding Cisco Cloud Fundamentals

Calendário de Understanding Cisco Cloud Fundamentals

Dezembro Janeiro Fevereiro Março
13/03 a 17/03/2017

As datas destacadas com a cor verde estão confirmadas

Objetivo

CLDFND) é um curso de cinco dias para Engenheiros de Operações Em Nuvem (Cloud Operations Engineers), Administradores Técnicos em Nuvem (Cloud Technical Administrators), Arquitetos de Infraestrutura em Nuvem (Cloud Infrastructure Architects), e Cisco integradores e parceiros, que realizam atividades em operação e suporte de produtos Cisco para soluções em nuvem (Cloud).

Esse curso proporciona os conhecimentos, habilidades e atitudes (KSA) para realizar atividades básicas relacionadas a computação em nuvem (Cloud Computing), e para a preparação para a Certificação CCNA Cloud a nível associado (CCNA Cloud Associate).


Após concluir o treinamento o aluno estará apto a:

Realizar com êxito o o exame de cerificação 210-451 CLDFND (CCNA Cloud);
Descrever as características de soluções Cloud Computing (privadas, publicas e hibridas);
Descrever os modelos dos serviços Cloud;
Comparar os modelos de implantação Cloud;
Descrever as principais características de UCS;
Definir virtualização de servidores;
Descrever as arquiteturas de rede para Data Center;
Descrever Cisco ACI;
Descrever a virtualização de infra-estrutura;
Definir os serviços em virtualização de redes;
Descrever os conceitos básicos de armazenamento SAN;
Definir os conceitos básicos de armazenamento NAS;
Comparar as diferenças entre as tecnologias para acesso em armazenamento;
Identificar os dispositivos de armazenamento;
Descrever as arquiteturas de referência para infraestrutura convergente

Público Alvo

O público inclui os profissionais que trabalham em soluções em nuvem, como arquitetos, engenheiros, técnicos, operadores utilizando produtos e soluções Cisco para Nuvem.

Profissionais que estejam se preparando para realizar o exame de certificação Cisco CCNA Cloud (Exame 210-451).

Requisitos

Os conhecimentos necessários para um excelente aproveitamento deste curso são: conhecimentos fundamentais em redes, em redes de armazenamento (FC, FCoE e VSAN) e computação (servidores e sistemas operacionais).

Conteúdo

Course Introduction
Overview
Course Goal and Objectives
Course Flow
Additional References

Introduction to Cloud Computing

Introducing Cloud Computing Basic Concepts
Describing Cloud Computing
Describing Cisco Cloud Computing Evolution
Explaining Business Needs for Cloud Computing
Describing Cloud Computing Characteristics

Describing Cloud Service Models
Describing “as a Service" Models of Cloud Computing
Explaining IaaS
Explaining PaaS
Explaining SaaS
Explaining XaaS

Comparing Cloud Deployment Models
Identifying the Cloud Deployment Models
Describing the Characteristics of Private Cloud Deployment
Describing Public Cloud Deployment
Describing Community Cloud Deployment
Describing the Hybrid Cloud Deployment

Exploring the Cisco Intercloud Solution
Describing Hybrid Cloud Challenges
Describing the Cisco Intercloud Hybrid Cloud Solution
Describing the Cisco Intercloud Fabric Architectural Overview
Describing Cisco Intercloud Fabric Core Services
Describing the Cisco Intercloud Fabric for Business
Describing the Cisco Intercloud Fabric Director Features
Describing the Cisco Intercloud Fabric for Providers
Describing the Intercloud Fabric Deployment Models






Cloud Networking

Describing Cisco Data Center Network Architecture
Describing Traditional Isolated LAN and SAN Networks
Identifying Cisco Unified Fabric Fundamentals
Describing Cisco Nexus Family of Products
Evaluating VDC on the Cisco Nexus 7000 Series Switch

Exploring Virtual Networking
Describing the Traditional Network Access Layer
Describing the VM Network Access Layer
Explaining Standard vSwitches
Explaining Distributed Virtual Switches

Identifying Cisco Nexus 1000V Series Switches
Describing Standard vSwitch Challenges
Describing Cisco Nexus 1000V Components
Explaining Cisco Nexus 1000V Benefits
Explaining High Availability in the Cisco Nexus 1000V Series
Describing the Integration of Cisco Nexus 1000V Series
Explaining Cisco VSUM

Define and Analyze Cisco Virtual Networking Service Appliances
Describing Virtual Networking Service Appliances
Describing Cisco Prime Network Services Controller in the Data Center Virtual Infrastructure
Describing VSG in the Data Center Virtual Infrastructure
Describing Cisco CSR Virtual Router in the Data Center Virtual Infrastructure
Describing Cisco ASAv Cloud Firewall
Describing Cisco vWAAS in the Data Center Virtual Infrastructure
Describing Citrix NetScaler 1000V

Define and Analyze Software Defined Network Fundamentals
Describing SDN Basic Principles
Describing SDN Separation of Control and Data
Describing SDN Programmability
Describing Cisco ONE Architecture
Describing VLAN and VXLAN Differences
Describing NVGRE

Describing the Cisco ACI Solution
Addressing the Changing Landscape
Describing the Application-Centric Approach to Managing Your Infrastructure
Describing Problems That SDN Misses
Describing the Benefits of Leaf and Spine Architecture
Describing the Role of the APIC Controller






Cloud Storage

Comparing Storage
Describing Block Storage and File-Based Storage Characteristics
Describing the SCSI Overview
Describing the Fibre Channel Protocol Overview
Describing the FCoE Protocol Transporting Options
Describing the iSCSI Protocol Overview
Identifying Network-Attached Storage Protocols
Identifying Storage Thick and Thin Provisioning Methods
Describing Object Storage Principles

Describing Fibre Channel Storage Networking Concepts
Describing the Fibre Channel SAN Topologies
Identifying Cisco SAN Switches
Describing the Different Types of Fibre Channel Ports
Describing the Fibre Channel Addressing
Describing the FLOGI and the FCNS Processes
Describing How VSANs Create Multiple Logical SANs
Describing the Purpose and Use of Zoning and LUN Masking

Exploring NAS Storage Basic Concepts
Describing the NAS Topologies
Describing NAS Shares and Mount Points
Describing the Different NFS Features and Functions
Describing the NAS Permissions

Identifying Cisco MDS and UCS Invicta Products
Describing the Cisco MDS Products Portfolio
Explaining the Cisco MDS 9250i Multiservice Modular Switch Capabilities
Describing the Cisco UCS Invicta Series

Cloud Compute

Describing Cisco UCS C-Series Product Family
Describing Cisco UCS C-Series Products and Benefits
Describing Cisco UCS C-Series Rack Servers
Describing Cisco UCS C-Series Network Adapter Card Features
Describing Cisco UCS C-Series Comprehensive Server Management

Identifying Cisco UCS B-Series Product Family
Describing Cisco UCS B-Series Products
Describing Cisco UCS 5100 Series Blade Server Chassis
Describing Cisco UCS B-Series Servers
Describing Cisco UCS Fabric Extender
Describing Cisco UCS 6200 Series Fabric Interconnect
Describing Cisco UCS B-Series Network Adapters Features
Describing Cisco UCS High Availability Features
Describing Cisco UCS B-Series Connectivity Topology


Explaining Cisco UCS Blade Provisioning
Explaining Cisco UCS Service Profiles
Reviewing Service Profile Policies
Describing Resource Pools
Describing Virtual LAN and SAN Adapters
Reviewing Service Profile Templates
Describing Cisco UCS Manager
Describing Cisco UCS Central

Defining Server Virtualization
Windows and Linux Operating System Functions
Traditional Server Deployments
Server Virtualization
Describing Hypervisor Responsibilities
Describing VMware vSphere Virtualization
Describing Microsoft Hyper-V Virtualization
Describing Citrix XenServer Virtualization
Describing KVM Virtualization

Cloud Automation and Reference Architectures

Exploring Reference Architecture for Converged Infrastructure
Describing the Components and Benefits of Reference Architectures
Describing FlexPod Components and Benefits
Describing VCE Components and Benefits
Describing VSPEX Components and Benefits
Describing HDS UCP Select Components and Benefits

Describing Cloud Automation, Provisioning, and Management Platforms
Describing Cloud Computing Operations and Management Challenges
Describing Cloud Computing Automation and Management Solutions
Describing the Cisco UCS Director Infrastructure Management and Orchestrate Features
Describing Cisco Prime Service Catalog
Describing the Open Stack Cloud Infrastructure Solution

Labs
Lab 1: Examine Cisco Intercloud Fabric Director
Lab 2: Validate VSAN and Zoning
Lab 3: Validate FLOGI and FCNS
Lab 4: Explore the Cisco UCS Manager GUI
Lab 5: Review Cisco UCS B-Series Configuration
Lab 6: Deploying VMware ESXi Server on Cisco UCS Blade
Lab 7: Connecting ESXi Server to FC LUN on the Cisco UCS Invicta Storage
Lab 8: Deploying the Cisco Nexus 1000V Switch with VSUM
Lab 9: Examine the Cisco Prime Network Services Controller
Lab 10: Deploying Cisco Virtual Security Gateway
Lab 11: Deploying Cisco ASA 1000V

Carga Horária: 40 horas

Learning-Credits:34

Investimento: R$ 8.500,00