Designing Networking for Cisco Data Center Infrastructure

by Greg Dickinson

A proper network design is the foundation for a properly functioning data center. This course will cover datacenter redundancy strategies at both layers 2 and 3, as well as disaster recovery planning and the basics of network automation on the ASIC.

What you'll learn

Designing a robust and redundant datacenter network can present unique challenges. In this course, Designing Networking for Cisco Data Center Infrastructure, you will learn the techniques to ensure the core network is designed with these design principles in mind . First, you will cover the concepts of designing a redundant datacenter core. Next, you will learn the methods used to connect multiple datacenters for high availability. Finally, you will cover the concepts of Application-Centric Infrastructure and how to automate that technology. When you're finished with this course, you will have the knowledge of Cisco data center technologies needed to keep your environment running smoothly

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Course Overview
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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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