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Implementing Cisco Application Centric Infrastructure

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Implementing Cisco Application Centric Infrastructure

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This course gives you the knowledge and skills to deploy, configure, and manage Cisco Nexus 9000 Series Switches in Cisco Application Centric Infrastructure (Cisco ACI) mode, to connect the Cisco ACI fabric to external networks and services, and the fundamentals of Virtual Machine Manager (VMM) integration. You will gain hands-on practice implementing key capabilities such as fabric discovery, policies, connectivity, VMM integration, and more.

This course gives you the knowledge and skills to deploy, configure, and manage Cisco Nexus 9000 Series Switches in Cisco Application Centric Infrastructure (Cisco ACI) mode, to connect the Cisco ACI fabric to external networks and services and the fundamentals of Virtual Machine Manager (VMM) integration. You will gain hands-on practice implementing key capabilities such as fabric discovery, policies, connectivity, VMM integration, and more.

The DCACI - Implementing Cisco Application Centric Infrastructure v1.0 course helps you prepare to take the Implementing Cisco Application Centric Infrastructure (300-620 DCACI) exam, which leads to CCNP Data Center and Cisco Certified Specialist – Data Center ACI Implementation certifications.

To fully benefit from this course, you should have the following knowledge and skills:

  •     Understanding of networking protocols, routing, and switching
  •     Familiarity with Cisco Ethernet switching products
  •     Understanding of Cisco data center architecture
  •     Familiarity with virtualization fundamentals
We recommend the CCNA, and DCFNDU


    Introducing Cisco ACI Fabric Infrastructure and Basic Concepts

  •         What Is Cisco ACI?
  •         Cisco ACI Topology and Hardware
  •         Cisco ACI Object Model
  •         Faults, Event Record, and Audit Log
  •         Cisco ACI Fabric Discovery
  •         Cisco ACI Access Policies

    Describing Cisco ACI Policy Model Logical Constructs

  •         Cisco ACI Logical Constructs
  •         Tenant
  •         Virtual Routing and Forwarding
  •         Bridge Domain
  •         Endpoint Group
  •         Application Profile
  •         Tenant Components Review
  •         Adding Bare-Metal Servers to Endpoint Groups
  •         Contracts

    Describing Cisco ACI Basic Packet Forwarding

  •         Endpoint Learning
  •         Basic Bridge Domain Configuration ****

    Introducing External Network Connectivity

  •         Cisco ACI External Connectivity Options
  •         External Layer 2 Network Connectivity
  •         External Layer 3 Network Connectivity
  •     Introducing VMM Integration
  •         VMware vCenter VDS Integration
  •         Resolution Immediacy in VMM
  •         Alternative VMM Integrations

    Describing Layer 4 to Layer 7 Integrations

  •         Service Appliance Insertion Without ACI L4-L7 Service Graph
  •         Service Appliance Insertion via ACI L4-L7 Service Graph
  •         Service Graph Configuration Workflow
  •         Service Graph PBR Introduction

  Explaining Cisco ACI Management

  •         Out-of-Band Management
  •         In-Band Management
  •         Syslog
  •         Simple Network Management Protocol
  •         Configuration Backup
  •         Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting
  •         Role-Based Access Control
  •         Cisco ACI Upgrade
  •         Collect Tech Support

LABS

  • Validate Fabric Discovery
  • Configure Network Time Protocol (NTP)
  • Create Access Policies and Virtual Port Channel (vPC)
  • Enable Layer 2 Connectivity in the Same Endpoint Group (EPG)
  • Enable Inter-EPG Layer 2 Connectivity
  • Enable Inter-EPG Layer 3 Connectivity
  • Compare Traffic Forwarding Methods in a Bridge Domain
  • Configure External Layer 2 (L2Out) Connection
  • Configure External Layer 3 (L3Out) Connection
  • Integrate Application Policy Infrastructure Controller (APIC) With VMware vCenter Using VMware Distributed Virtual Switch (DVS)

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