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Designing Cisco Data Center Network Infrastuctures

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Designing Cisco Data Center Network Infrastuctures

  1. 1. Designing Cisco Data Center Network Infrastuctures Dauer: 5 Tage Kursnummer: DCNID Überblick: This course enables students to create a Data Center network designs that optimizes availability, scalability, performance, and security, using the Nexus Products, Catalyst 6500, Catalyst 4948, Firewall Services Module, Intrusion Detection Services Module, and Network Analysis Module. Wer soll teilnehmen?: This course is designed to give extensive exposure to switches and firewalls, in doing so this course will be attractive to the following people;Channel Partner / Reseller Customer Employee Kursziel: At the end of this course delegates will be able to; Discuss how key MDS 9000 technologies enable and simplify SAN consolidation Select MDS 9000 platform components to meet SAN design objectives Explain how to segregate, load-balance, and prioritize application data flows to improve performance Describe the MDS system architecture Design an MDS 9000 iSCSI configuration for mid-range application Identify host and storage connectivity and performance hosts requirements Describe common SAN security vulnerabilities and mitigation Design a SAN topology that optimizes fan-in and fan-out, techniques oversubscription, port usage, and redundancy Discuss key concepts in disaster recovery and business continuity Simplify device management with FCID assignment and DDAS planning Explain the options for interoperating with Brocade and McDATA Design SAN extension solutions using FCIP, WDM, and TDM fabrics networks Design SAN extension solutions to meet application reliability and performance requirements Voraussetzungen: Examen und Zertifizierungen: Recommended: CCDA or Designing for Cisco Internetwork This course will prepare delegates for the following examinations; Solutions (DESGN), Securing Cisco Network Devices (SND), 642-971 - DCNID Designing Cisco Data Center Network Infrastuctures Security Solutions for Systems Engineers (SSSE). DCNID www.globalknowledge.at info@globalknowledge.at 01/66 55 655 3000
  2. 2. Detaillierte Kursbeschreibung: Module 1; MDS 9000 Platforn Overview Designing Host Connectivity iSCSI Host Usage line line line Applications and Latency Addressing Midrange Application MDS 9000 Platform Components Measuring IOPS Requirements line Host I/O Throughput iSCSI Overview The MDS 9000 Platform Selecting the Optimum Port Type iSCSI Performance MDS 9000 Supervisor Modules Exercise: Calculating Host I/O When to Deploy iSCSI Oversubscription Requirements Native iSCSI Deployment MDS 9000 Modules iSCSI Gateways Installation Guidelines Designing Storage Connectivity iSCSI Gateway Function Configuring Power Supplies line MDS 9000 iSCSI Options Array Architecture Overview MDS 9000 iSCSI High-Availability Intelligent Network Services RAID Overview line Selecting the Optimum Port Type Module 4: Securing the SAN VSAN Overview LUN Masking on the Array line DPVM Overview LUN Mapping on the Host Multiprotocol Support Single Initiator Zoning Securing the SAN Fabric High Availability Features LUN Zoning line Traffic Engineering Features SAN Device Virtualization Discussion: How Secure is a SAN? Security Features RSCN Issues Loss of Privacy AAA Overview Integrated Management Building the SAN SAN Vulnerabilities-Data Theft and line line Integrity Command Line Interface Fabric Design Considerations Zoning Overview Cisco Fabric Manager Collapsed Core Architecture LUN Masking and LUN Zoning Cisco Device Manager Core-Edge Fabrics Impersonation Fabric Manager Server PortChannels Denial of Service Performance Manager and Traffic Analyzer Selecting the Correct Switch Port Type License Packages Module 5: Designing SAN Extension Redundant Fabric Design Solutions Initial Switch Configuration line line line Redundancy and High Availability System Memory Areas Redundant Fabrics Analyzing Business Objectives Boot Sequence Load Balancing Methods line Initial Setup Calculating Throughput RTO and RPO Installing Fabric Manager Restricted Bandwidth Recovery Methods Lesson 5: System Architecture Virtual Fabrics Synchronous and Asynchronous Crossbar and Supervisor Module Replication Architecture Simplifying Device Management The RDBMS Recovery process MDS Line Card Module Architectures line Latency and Distance Limitations Virtual Output Queues FCID Assignment Snapshots and Continuous Data Port Bandwidth Reservation Distributed Device Alias Services Protection Exercise: Selecting the Optimum Line Card CFS Infrastructure Connecting SANs with Optical Networks Module 3: Consolidating Storage in the line Module 2: Designing SAN Fabrics Data Center Dark Fiber line line DWDM CWDM SAN Design Overview Consolidating Storage in the Data Center SONET and SDH line line ONS 15454 MSTP The SAN Design Methodology The Benefits of Consolidation Small and Midrange Deployments Server Virtualization Connecting SANs with IP Networks Enterprise Data Center Deployments Network Consolidation line Storage Consolidation FCIP Protocol Overview Application Architecture Storage Virtualization FCIP Specifications line FAIS Overview FCIP Topologies Application Architecture Tiers Snapshots and Replication Comparing SAN Extension Solutions Presentation Tier Design Array Based Replication Exercise: Selecting an Appropriate Application Tier Design SANTap Overview Platform Storage Tier Design Backup Overview High-Performance Computing NASB Overview Improving Performance, Availability, and Security Designing Interoperable SANs line line Protecting Remote SANs with IVR DCNID www.globalknowledge.at info@globalknowledge.at 01/66 55 655 3000
  3. 3. Interoperability Modes Planning for High Availability MultiVendor SANs High Availability Solutions Data Migration Performance Overview Migrating from Brocade and McDATA Buffer Credit Overview Fabrics Credits and Buffers Exercise: Calculating Buffer Credits FC Write Acceleration TCP Performance Tuning Encrypting Data FCIP Write Acceleration FCIP Tape Acceleration FCIP Tape Read Acceleration FCIP Compression Encrypting Data in Transit Exercise: Calculating WAN Throughput Weitere Informationen: Für weitere Informationen oder Buchung kontaktieren Sie uns bitte unter01/66 55 655 3000 info@globalknowledge.at www.globalknowledge.at Global Knowledge Network GmbH, Gutheil-Schoder Gasse 7a, A-1101 Wien DCNID www.globalknowledge.at info@globalknowledge.at 01/66 55 655 3000

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