CCNP Data Center Core DCCOR 350-601 Complete Video Course

CCNP Data Center Core DCCOR 350-601 Complete Video Course

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  • Copyright 2020
  • Edition: 1st
  • Online Video
  • ISBN-10: 0-13-659023-3
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-13-659023-1

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20 Hours of Video Instruction

CCNPand CCIE Data Center Core DCCOR 350-601 Complete Video Course  isa comprehensive training course that brings Cisco DCCOR exam topics to life,making learning these foundational data center topics easy and fun.


 CCNP and CCIE Data Center  Core DCCOR 350-601 Complete Video Course focuses on a blend of the real-world experience and best practices mixed with the requirements for the CCNP and CCIE Data Center Core DCCOR 350-601 exam. The goal of the course is to not only cover the objectives for the CCNP and CCIE Data Center Core exam, but also provide a solid learning resource for mastering key concepts regarding planning and delivering a Cisco Data Center solution.

CCNP and CCIE Data Center  Core DCCOR 350-601 Complete Video Course is a unique and a complete video course that provides solid understanding of Core Data Center technologies as well as CCNP Data Center Core exam. This complete video course guides the viewer from an Introduction to the Data Center technologies such as Layer2 and Layer3 features, Overlay technologies such as OTV and VXLAN, Application Data Center Infrastructure, Compute with network and Storage management, Hyperflex, Security and Programmability and Automation. The key topics covered in this course will enable the viewers to understand and implement the key data center technologies covering network, Software Defined Data Center using Cisco ACI, Storage and Compute and finally automating the services in Data Center environment. The topics covered in the CCNP Data Center Core Technologies are the foundational topics for designing and implementing a Next Generation Data Center using Cisco hardware and Software.

Cisco Nexus OS (NX-OS) is a next generation modular software, primarily targeting Data Center networking, with the motivation to provide the key features of virtualization, high availability and upgradeability on Nexus line of products. The NX-OS software is used across all Nexus data center products which can run in standalone as well as ACI mode and as SAN-OS.

This complete video course is for candidates who can install, configure, and manage Cisco Nexus switches, Cisco MDS switches; implement and deploy automation of Cisco Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI), implement compute using Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS). This complete video course not only helps building the foundation for the CCNP Data Center exam but also prepares the candidates in their CCIE preparation.

Topics Include:

Module 1: Network

Module 2: Compute

Module 3: Storage network

Module 4: Automation

Module 5: Security

Skill Level

  • Intermediate

Learn How To

  • Implement Layer 2, Layer 3 and Overlay technologies on Cisco NX-OS
  • Understanding Cloud services and deployment models
  • Understanding Cisco Application Centric Infrastructure
  • Understanding Compute and Storage on Cisco UCS and Cisco MDS respectively
  • Applying Automation tools and programmability to automate Cisco Data Center networks
  • Hardening Cisco Data Center environment

Who Should Take This Course

This complete video course is for network engineers who want to advance their knowledge on Cisco Data Center technologies and platforms from beginner to intermediate or advance level. This video course is for network engineers who are pursuing CCNP Data Center or CCIE Data Center examination.

The CCNP Core exam video course is a perfect course for any person who is either part of network engineering or designing team, technical support engineers, consultants including Cisco channel partners.

Course Requirements

Students should have a basic understanding of how networks function including routing and switching concepts. Experience with designing and deploying networks is a plus. A basic understand of security requirements is also beneficial.

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Table of Contents

Module 1: Networking

Lesson 1: Implementing OSPF in Data Center
1.1 Overview of OSPFv2
1.2 Configuring OSPFv2
1.3 Verifying OSPFv2
1.4 Decoding OSPF Database
1.5 Overview of OSPFv3
1.6 Configuring OSPFv3
1.7 Verifying OSPFv3
Lesson 2: Implementing BGP
2.1 Understanding BGP Fundamentals
2.2 Overview of MP-BGP
2.3 Configuring BGP and MP-BGP
2.4 Verifying BGP Peering and Route Exchange
2.5 Understanding Route-Reflectors
2.6 Implementing Route-Reflectors
Lesson 3: Multicast Routing
3.1 Understanding Multicast Operation and Multicast Distribution Trees
3.2 Understanding IGMP and PIM
3.3 Configuring IGMP, MLD and PIM
3.4 Verifying Multicast across the path
Lesson 4: First Hop Routing Protocol (FHRP)
4.1 Understanding HSRP Fundamentals
4.2 Implementing HSRP
4.3 Verifying HSRP
4.4 Overview of VRRP
4.5 Implementing VRRP
4.6 Verifying VRRP
4.7 Overview of FHRP for IPv6
4.8 Implementing & Verifying FHRP for IPv6
Lesson 5: Implementing Data Center Switching Protocols
5.1 Overview of Spanning Tree Protocol (STP)
5.2 Configuring STP on Cisco Nexus Switches
5.3 Understanding Port-Channels
5.4 Implementing Port-Channels
5.5 Verifying Port-Channels
5.6 Understanding vPC Fundamentals
5.7 Understanding multiple vPC deployments
5.8 Configuring and Verifying vPC
Lesson 6: Implementing Data Center Overlay Protocols
6.1 Introduction to Overlays
6.2 Understanding Overlay Transport Virtualization (OTV)
6.3 Deploying OTV
6.4 Verifying OTV Deployment
6.5 Understanding VXLAN Fundamentals
6.6 Configuring and Verifying VXLAN Flood & Learn
6.7 Configuring and Verifying VXLAN Ingress Replication
6.8 Understanding VXLAN-EVPN
6.9 Configuring and Verifying VXLAN-EVPN
6.10 Verifying VXLAN-EVPN
Lesson 7: Describe Application Centric Infrastructure
7.1 Introduction to Software Defined Networking (SDN) in DC
7.1 Overview of ACI
7.2 Understanding Cisco ACI Fabric Components
7.3 Understanding How ACI Fabric Discovery Works
7.4 Understanding Cisco ACI Fabric Access Policies
7.5 Understanding Cisco ACI VMM Domains
7.6 Understanding Cisco ACI Tenants
Lesson 8: Cisco Data Center Network Management & Monitoring
8.1 Software Updates and Their Impacts
8.2 Understanding Network Configuration Management
8.3 Network Monitoring
8.4 Network Assurance
8.5 Streaming Telemetry

Module 2: Compute
Lesson 9: Cisco UCS
9.1 Overview of Unified Computing System (UCS)
9.2 Overview of UCS C-Series Rack Servers
9.3 Overview of UCS B-Series Blade Servers
9.4 Overview of Fabric Interconnect
9.5 Setting Up UCS Server and Management
Lesson 10: Cisco UCS Network Management
10.1 Assigning VLAN
10.2 Defining Identity Pools
10.3 Defining Policies
10.4 Defining Service Profile Templates
10.5 Defining QoS Policies
Lesson 11: Cisco UCS Storage Management
11.1 Understanding SAN Connectivity
11.2 Connecting ISCSI
11.3 Connecting Fiber Channel
11.4 Connecting FCoE
11.5 Understanding and Implementing VSANs
11.6 Understanding and Implementing Zoning
11.7 Implementing WWN Pools and SAN Policies
11.8 Defining and Using SAN Templates
Lesson 12: Monitoring and Managing Cisco Unified Compute Infrastructure
12.1 Using SPAN for Monitoring
12.2 Using Intersight to Monitor Cisco Unified Compute Infrastructure
12.3 Understanding Configuration Management
12.4 Implementing Backup & Restore
12.5 Performing Firmware and Software Updates
Lesson 13: Cisco Hyperflex
13.1 Understanding Cisco Hyperflex Solution
13.2 Exploring various Node types in Cisco Hyperflex solution

Module 3: Storage
Lesson 14: Implementing Fiber Channel
14.1 Overview of Fibre Channel
14.2 Performing Switch Fabric Initialization
14.3 SAN Port-Channels
14.4 Implementing FCID
14.5 FCNS
14.6 Implementing Device Alias
14.7 Implementing Zoning
14.8 Understanding VSAN
14.9 Understanding NPV and NPIV
14.10 Implementing NPV and NPIV
Lesson 15: Implementing FCoE in Unified Fabric
15.1 Understanding FCoE Fundamentals
15.2 Understanding FCoE Designs and Topologies
15.3 Implementing FcoE
Lesson 16: NFS and NAS Concepts
16.1 Understanding NFS Concepts
16.2 Understanding NAS Concepts
Lesson 17: Storage Software Management and Monitoring
17.1 Installing Storage Software
17.2 Performing Storage Software Upgrades
17.3 Performing SPAN

Module 4: Automation
Lesson 18: Automation and Scripting Tools
18.1 Implementing EEM
18.2 Implementing Scheduler
18.3 Bash Shell
18.4 Guest Shell
18.6 Understanding XML and JSON Encodings
Lesson 19: Evaluating Automation and Orchestration Technologies
19.1 Ansible
19.2 Puppet
19.3 Python
19.4 POAP
19.5 DCNM
19.6 Cisco Unified Communication Services Director (UCSD)
19.7 PowerShell

Module 5: Security
Lesson 20: Implementing Network Security
20.1 Overview of AAA and RBAC
20.2 Implementing AAA and RBAC
20.3 Understanding ACI Contracts and Microsegmentation
20.4 Exploring First-Hop Security Features for IPV6
20.5 Understanding Dynamic ARP Inspection
20.5 Implementing Dynamic ARP Inspection
20.7 Understanding DHCP Snooping
20.6 Implementing DHCP Snooping
20.7 Implementing Port Security
20.8 Securing Nexus Devices using CoPP Policies
Lesson 21: Implementing Compute Security
21.1 1.1 Implementing Local and Remote Authentication on UCS Server
21.2 1.2 Implementing Keychain Authentication
Lesson 22: Implementing Storage Security
22.1 Implementing AAA and RBAC
22.2 Implementing Port Security
22.3 Implementing Fabric Binding

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