DCAC9K is a 5-day ILT training program that is designed for systems and field engineers who install and implement the Cisco Nexus 9000 Switches in ACI mode. The course covers the key components and procedures you need to know to understand, configure, manage Cisco Nexus 9000 Switches in ACI mode, and how to connect the ACI Fabric to external networks and services.
Unitek Training’s Configuring Cisco Nexus 7000 Switches (DCNX7K) is designed for systems and field engineers who install and implement Cisco Nexus 7000 Series Switches. This course covers the key components and procedures you need to know to configure, manage, and troubleshoot the Cisco Nexus 7000 Switch platform.
DCINX9K is a 2-day ILT training program that is designed for systems and field engineers who install and implement the Cisco Nexus 9000 Switches in NX-OS mode. This course covers the key components and procedures you need to know to install, configure, manage, and troubleshoot the Cisco Nexus 9000 Switch platform.
Unitek Training’s Cisco Data Center training courses are practical, relevant, job-ready training courses aligned closely with the specific tasks expected of Data Center network professionals.
Our Data Center courses are taught by experienced Cisco certified instructors using official Cisco curriculum. The hands-on training focuses on imparting data center unified computing and virtualization solutions that are based on the Cisco data center product portfolio. If you are a Data Center designer, administrator, engineer or manager, this training is a must for you.
The course explains how to evaluate existing data center computing solution, determine the requirements and design Cisco data center unified computing and virtualization solutions.
The Cisco Data Center Unified Computing Design training course validates an engineer’s ability to design scalable, reliable, and intelligent Data Center Virtualization solutions based on the Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS) along with other Cisco Data Center products, server virtualization software, and server operating systems.
DCICN will introduce the students to the three primary technologies that are used in the Cisco Data Center. The introductory level of knowledge that is taught in the course is targeted for individuals that will perform only the more basic configuration tasks. The course labs will focus on viewing configurations, but not on making configuration changes or creating new topologies.
DCAA v1.0 is an extended hours bootcamp class designed to convey the knowledge necessary to understand and work with Cisco data center technologies. Covering the architecture, components and features of the Nexus, UCS and MDS product lines. You will gain practical experience in the configuration and operation of virtual Port Channels (vPCs), FabricPath, Overlay Transport Virtualization (OTV), and Fabric Extension (FEX). A current CCNA-RS, or commensurate knowledge, is a prerequisite for attendance. While the accelerated track is focused on a more hands on implementation based approach, the standard DCICN and DCICT is geared for a more introductory level of knowledge targeted for individuals who can perform only the more basic configuration tasks.
DCICN and DCICT will introduce the students to the Cisco technologies that are deployed in the Data Center: unified computing, unified fabric, and network services. The introductory level of knowledge that is taught in these courses is targeted for individuals who can perform only the more basic configuration tasks. The course labs will focus on verifying configurations, with selected exercises involving making configuration changes or designing new topologies.
Unitek Training’s Configuring Cisco Nexus 5000 Switches (DCNX5K) v 2.0 is the second iteration of the DCNX5K course, with significant differences to the course structure, labs, and content. DCNX5K v2.0 is intended to be a lab focused product course. The course focuses on the key components and procedures needed to install, configure, manage and troubleshoot the Cisco Nexus 5000 switch in the network and SAN environment.
The course has been restructured as a lab-centric course, with 2/3 of a student’s overall class time that is expected to be spent performing labs. This timing provides approximately 3-4 hours of lab content and only 2-3 hours of lecture content per ILT class day.
It is expected that technology concepts are off-loaded to prerequisites. The course structure is based on the Cisco Configuration Guides.
Each module, as much as possible, is independent of any other module.
The labs need to be able to be performed by one student configuring a complete pod for virtual training purposes. The labs must be scalable to two people per pod in an ILT delivery.
Each lab exercise is independent of previous labs. There is a requirement for configurations scripts and a reset procedure to establish a given lab’s context before the student performs any lab exercise or activity.
Each lab exercise must be restricted to the student’s own pod environment and be independent of other student pod activities. There are no labs requiring pod-to-pod configuration or cooperation.
Every effort was made to base the DCNX5K v2.0 lab topology on the existing DCNX5K v1.0 lab topology. Using this topology minimizes changes to hardware and software and facilitates Cisco Learning Partner adoption.