Engineers already experienced in Intel Xeon Processor server deployment but new to Cisco's Unified Computing System.
This 2 day course has been specifically designed for engineers that are already experienced in deploying standalone Intel Xeon Processor racks or blade servers but are new to the Cisco Unified Computing System. This lab-intensive class will provide engineers with the additional knowledge and skils required to successfully deploy a Cisco UCS solution.
Describing Cisco UCS Architecture Cisco UCS B-Series Hardware Cisco UCS C-Series Hardware Implementing Cisco B-Series Connectivity Implementing Physical Connectivity Implementing LAN Connectivity Implementing SAN Connectivity Implementing Cisco C-Series Connectivity Installing Cisco C-Series Servers in a Cisco R-Series Rack enclosure Updating Cisco UCS C-Series Firmware with the Host Upgrade Utility Provisioning LAN and SAN Connectivity in the Cisco Integrated Management Controller Implementing UCS Virtual resources. ProvisionResource Pools in Cisco UCS Manager Provision Server Policies in Cisco UCS Manager Provision Service Profiles from Templates in UCS Manager Provision Cisco UCS C-Series Server Integration in Cisco UCS Manager. Labs: Lab 1 : Perform Initial C-Series Implementation Lab 2: Implement LAN and SAN Connectivity Lab 3: Verify SAN Connectivity Lab Demo: Provision Initial B-Series Congiguration Lab 4: Provision Cisco UCS Ethernet Connectivity and Management IP Pools
After you complete this course, you should be able to: Describe the Cisco UCS Architecture - both B-Series and C-Series Configure, Maintain and operate Cisco UCS C-Series Rack Mount Servers leveraging the Cisco IMC, Host update Utility. Implement LAN and SAN Connectivity Provison UCS Virtual Resources Explain Cisco UCS C-Series Integration