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Implementing Cisco UCS: Installing and Configuring

by Jason Nash

Part 1 of 2 of the Implementing Cisco UCS series focuses on installation and initial configuration of Cisco UCS infrastructure.

What you'll learn

Part 1 of 2 of the Implementing Cisco UCS series focuses on installation and initial configuration of Cisco UCS infrastructure.

This course is designed for virtualization or datacenter administrators looking to implement, support, or manage Cisco UCS infrastructure for themselves or their clients. This course offers an in depth look at:

  • UCS Architecture and Components
  • UCS Installation
  • Configuring Connectivity
  • Routine and Advanced Management
  • and more
To get the most from this course, you should have experience with server and network administration, and VMware vSphere.

Table of contents

Course FAQ

Who is this course for?

Anyone interested in Cisco UCS can take this course, but it is designed for virtualization or datacenter administrators looking to implement, support, or manage Cisco UCS infrastructure for themselves or their clients.

What is UCS used for?

UCS stands for unified computing system, and it is used to integrate computing, networking, and storage resources to help improve efficiency and promote centralized management.

What will I learn in this course?

You will learn:

  • UCS Architecture and components
  • UCS installation
  • Configuring connectivity
  • Routine and advanced management
  • And more
Are there prerequisites to this course?

You should have some experience with server and network administration, and VMware vSphere.

What is Cisco UCS Manager?

Cisco UCS Manager is the system that manages all the components in a UCS. It helps you access, administer, configure, and monitor network and server resources.

About the author

Jason Nash has over 15 years of industry experience and is currently the Data Center Solutions Principal at Varrow, a leader in virtualization, storage, and DR located in the southeast.

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