CCNP and CCIE Data Center Core DCCOR 350-601 Complete Video Course is a unique and a complete video course that provides solid understanding of Core Data Center technologies as well as CCNP Data Center Core exam. This complete video course guides the viewer from an Introduction to the Data Center technologies such as Layer2 and Layer3 features, Overlay technologies such as OTV and VXLAN, Application Data Center Infrastructure, Compute with network and Storage management, Hyperflex, Security and Programmability and Automation. The key topics covered in this course will enable the viewers to understand and implement the key data center technologies covering network, Software Defined Data Center using Cisco ACI, Storage and Compute and finally automating the services in Data Center environment. The topics covered in the CCNP Data Center Core Technologies are the foundational topics for designing and implementing a Next Generation Data Center using Cisco hardware and Software.
Cisco Nexus OS (NX-OS) is a next generation modular software, primarily targeting Data Center networking, with the motivation to provide the key features of virtualization, high availability and upgradeability on Nexus line of products. The NX-OS software is used across all Nexus data center products which can run in standalone as well as ACI mode and as SAN-OS.
In this intermediate Cisco Data Center 350-601 DCCOR training, Jeff Kish and David Smith covers the essential skills a data center professional must know about automation and orchestration, integration of cloud initiatives, virtualization, data center security, and unified computing.
For IT managers, this Data Center training can be used for broad, expert-level training in data center operations and management, for on-boarding new infrastructure engineers, or as part of a team training plan.
The 77-part training covers topics such as implementing routing and switching protocols in a data center environment, describing Cisco Cloud Service and deployment models, and implementing Fibre Channel, UCS(R) Fabric Interconnect and server abstraction.
This fast-paced course uses a whiteboard-based approach with hand written explanations. We start with an introduction to fabric data center designs, Spine and Leaf architectures, and ACI. We then start to implement them and deploy a fabric from the ground up. Then we build a multi-tenant environment. 2b1af7f3a8