Cisco UCS Power Workshop (BEP-UCS-PW)

Description

The Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS) is an integrated computing infrastructure with intent-based management to automate and accelerate deployment of applications, including virtualization and cloud computing, scale-out and bare-metal workloads, and in-memory analytics, as well as edge computing that supports remote and branch locations and massive amounts of data from the Internet of Things (IoT).

Objectives and Content

After completing this course the student should have an appreciation of:

  • Overview shortcoming is traditional server deployment approaches
  • Discuss the benefits of stateless computing in a modern datacentre
  • Overview of UCS unified fabric
  • Overview UCS components, their operation and interaction
  • Overview UCS integration and connectivity options
  • Discussion on UCS configuration options including UCSM and Cisco Intersight SaaS
  • Overview of key provisioning concepts in UCS environment

Workshop Demonstration

  • UCSM GUI tour
  • Service profiles
  • UCS network connectivity
  • UCS storage deployment
  • Cisco Intersight demo

  Target Audience

  • IT Managers and decision-makers
  • Architects and designers

 Pre-Requisite Knowledge

The knowledge and skills that would assist a student before attending this workshop are as follows:

  • Basic understanding of networking, server and storage technologies

Duration

1 day

 

Objectives and Content

After completing this course the student should have an appreciation of:

  • Overview shortcoming is traditional server deployment approaches
  • Discuss the benefits of stateless computing in a modern datacentre
  • Overview of UCS unified fabric
  • Overview UCS components, their operation and interaction
  • Overview UCS integration and connectivity options
  • Discussion on UCS configuration options including UCSM and Cisco Intersight SaaS
  • Overview of key provisioning concepts in UCS environment