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Designing Computing for Cisco Data Center Infrastructure

by Greg Dickinson

Modern data-centers require a wide knowledge base to manage effectively. This course will cover the concepts of managing Cisco UCS servers. We take a holistic view of compute, storage, and networking and learn how to manage them effectively.

What you'll learn

If you are responsible for managing a data center, you know that one of the challenges you face is properly planning the computing infrastructure. In this course, Designing Computing for Cisco Data Center Infrastructure, you will learn foundational knowledge of Cisco server hardware, and how to ensure its proper function within the data center. First, you will learn the specifics of Cisco's data-center hardware. Next, you will discover how to manage hyper-converged hardware. Finally, you will explore how to automate software deployment in the Cisco UCS system. When you are finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of Cisco UCS hardware needed to properly manage and maintain your data-center's compute infrastructure.

About the author

Greg has been a longtime "technology enthusiast" (aka "computer nerd") that managed to take his hobby and make a very good living out of it. He's dealt with networking software as far back as NetWare 3.11 and GroupWise and carried that curiosity forward to become skilled in Windows, Exchange, Cisco, and VMware technologies.

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