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Cisco Collaboration Fundamentals: Provisioning Servers, Lab Resources, End Users, and Policy

Collaboration is in high demand these days. This course is part of a series that will start at the beginning, no prior experience necessary, and teach you the skills and foundational knowledge needed to administer a Cisco Collaboration solution.
Course info
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Apr 9, 2021
Duration
3h 50m
Table of contents
Course Overview
Features and Benefits Examining Cisco Collaboration
Accessing a Cisco Collaboration Lab Environment
Configuring Initial Parameters for Cisco Unified Communications Manager
Deploying Users in CUCM
Examining Codecs and Call Signaling
Provisioning Device Pools and Components
Description
Course info
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Apr 9, 2021
Duration
3h 50m
Description

These days, companies are relying on Cisco Collaboration solutions to ensure that they can communicate with their customers, employees, and everyone else. There is immense demand for administrators who have the knowledge and skills needed to manage and maintain their Cisco deployments. In this course, Cisco Collaboration Fundamentals: Provisioning Servers, Lab Resources, End Users, and Policy, you will learn how to administer and support a Cisco Collaboration solution.

First, you will explore the importance of Cisco Collaboration features and benefits so that you will understand the “big picture.” Next, you will learn how to access your own at home lab so that you can practice our step by steps demonstrations, configure Cisco servers to support collaboration endpoints, deploy end users, compare codecs, and determine call signaling parameters. Finally, you discover how to configure Device Pool components and implement organizational policy to ensure stability and reliability.

When you are finished with this course, you will have the foundational skills and knowledge of Cisco Collaboration needed to administer and support a Cisco Collaboration solution.

About the author
About the author

Sean Douglas has more than 17 years of experience working extensively with Cisco technology. He is a Cisco Systems Engineer that consults with a variety of clients to design, implement, and maintain their Cisco Collaboration solutions. Sean is CCNP in Routing and Switching, Wireless, and Collaboration.

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Course Overview
Hi everyone, my name is Sean Douglas, and I want to welcome you to my course, Cisco Collaboration Fundamentals: Provisioning Servers, Lab Resources, End Users, and Policy. I'm a Cisco engineer, instructor, CCNA and CCNP in Collaboration, DevNet, Routing and Switching, and Data Center. These days, companies are relying more and more on Cisco collaboration solutions to ensure that they can communicate with their customers, employees, and everyone else. There is immense demand for administrators who have the knowledge and skills needed to manage and maintain their Cisco deployments. In Cisco Collaboration Fundamentals: Provisioning Servers, Lab Resources, End Users, and Policy, which is the first course in a series that we've created for you, we're going to start at the beginning, no prior experience necessary, and teach you the skills and foundational knowledge needed to administer a Cisco collaboration solution. By the end of this course, you'll understand the various Cisco collaboration solutions, you'll know how to get free hands‑on access to the latest Cisco collaboration servers so that you can practice on your terms. You'll be able to deploy users, create custom permissions, configure device pools to implement policy, and understand codecs and call signaling. I hope you'll join us, as we start this journey together to help you obtain highly marketable skills in the Cisco Collaboration Fundamentals: Provisioning Servers, Lab Resources, End Users, and Policy course at Pluralsight.