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(DCUCI) Внедрение решений в области виртуализации центров обработки данных (v.5.0)

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Кому следует посетить

Проектировщикам сетей, сетевым администраторам,системным инженерам, программистам и менеджерам проектов.

Сертификации

Этот курс является частью следующих программ сертификаций:

  • Cisco Data Center Unified Computing Support Specialist
  • Cisco Data Center Unified Computing Design Specialist
  • Cisco Certified Network Professional Data Center (CCNP Data Center)

Предварительные требования

Перед посещение курса слушателю необходимо иметь знания в рамках:

  • DCUCI предварительный онлайн тест
  • Понимание проектирования и архитектуры системных серверов
  • Знакомство с Ethernet и TCP/IP networking
  • Знакомство с сетями хранения данных
  • Знакомство с Fibre Channel protocol
  • Понимание архитектуры ЦОД Cisco
  • Знакомство с hypervisor technologies (vSphere, Hyper-V, Xen)

Рекомендовано посещение следующих тренингов:

  • Implementing Cisco Data Center Unified Fabric (v.5.0) (DCUFI)
  • CI-ICSNS

Цели курса

После прослушивания курса специалисты должны научиться:

  • Внедрять решения в области виртуализации центров обработки данных (ЦОД)
  • Настраивать параметры функционирования виртуализированного ЦОДа
  • Управлять виртуализированным ЦОДом
  • Устранять неполадки, возникающие в процессе работы
  • Описывать процесс виртуализации ЦОДа

Содержание курса

Курс Внедрение решений в области виртуализации центров обработки данныхрассказывает об основах унифицированной вычислительной системы Cisco (Cisco UCS) и о способах виртуализации центров обработки данных.В дополнение к этому студенты учатся внедрять Cisco UCS, настраивать процессы маршрутизации и коммутации на продуктах Cisco Nexus, работая с инфраструктурой масштаба предприятия.

Программа курса

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Module 1: Brief Survey of Cisco Data Center Unified Computing Implementation E-Learning

Validate that you have the knowledge provided in the self-paced e-Learning content.

  • Lesson 1: Explaining Challenges of Data Center Server Management
  • Lesson 2: Introducing Cisco Unified Computing System
  • Lesson 3: Selecting Cisco UCS C-Series Hardware Components
  • Lesson 4: Installing Cisco UCS C-Series Hardware
  • Lesson 5: Describing Cisco UCS B-Series Hardware Components
  • Lesson 6: Assembling B-Series Architecture and Features
  • Lesson 7: Lesson 1: Characterizing Cisco UCS Use Cases
  • Lesson 8: Provisioning Operating Systems
  • Lesson 9: Provisioning Applications
  • Lesson 10: Describing Server Virtualization
  • Lesson 11: Introducing the Cisco Nexus 1000V
  • Lesson 12: Introducing VMware Ethernet Networking
  • Lesson 13: Characterizing Cisco Nexus 1000V Architecture

Module 2: Installation of the Cisco Unified Computing System C-Series

Install and configure Cisco Unified Computing System C-Series hardware, software components, and management.

Lesson 1: Upgrading Firmware Components in the Cisco Unified Computing System C-Series

  • Locate C-Series firmware on Cisco.com
  • Download C-Series firmware from Cisco.com
  • Update Cisco IMC firmware
  • Update the BIOS firmware

Lesson 2: References to Additional Installation Topics in E-Learning

  • Describe the content of Installation of Cisco Unified Computing C-Series E-Learning Module.
  • Understand the process of accessing and using e-learning content

Module 3: Configure Cisco Integrated Management Controller

Use the Cisco Server Integrated Management Controller to provision server hardware to load an operating system or hypervisor.

Lesson 1: Configuring Cisco Server Integrated Management Controller

  • Configure Cisco IMC with an IP address to enable in-band management access
  • Access the server BIOS
  • Export tech support data to TFTP server
  • Reboot the Cisco IMC
  • Recover from a corrupt BIOS image
  • Monitor sensor and log data in Cisco IMC

Lesson 2: Provision Server Hardware with Cisco Integrated Management Controller

  • Configure local user accounts to restrict access to Cisco IMC
  • Configure external IPMI access.
  • Configure external access to SoL
  • Access to KVM over IP
  • Access virtual media to perform operating system or hypervisor load
  • Describe the requirements to use PXE to perform operating system or hypervisor provisioning
  • Locate operating system-specific C-Series drivers from Cisco.com
  • Download operating system-specific C-Series drivers from Cisco.com

Module 4: Cisco Unified Computing System B-Series Hardware and Management

Assemble the hardware, software components, and management architecture of the Cisco Unified Computing System B-Series.

Lesson 1: Describing Cisco UCS B-Series Hardware Components

  • List the Cisco UCS 6100 Series fabric interconnect licensing requirements
  • Differentiate between the three fault tolerant configurations of the Cisco UCS B-Series power supplies

Lesson 2: Assembling B-Series Architecture and Features

  • Describe high availability cluster requirements and processes of the 6100 Fabric Interconnect
  • Describe fault detection and correction using Cisco UCSM and the CLI

Lesson 3: Installing Cisco UCS B-Series Hardware

  • Define the physical and environmental requirements for Cisco UCS B-Series servers including dimensions, weight, and floor loading considerations
  • List the steps for opening the case of B-200, B-210, and B-250 blade servers
  • List the steps for installation and removal of CPU, RAM, and mezzanine cards in B-Series blades
  • List the steps for physical of installation and removal of local hard drives
  • List the steps for physical installation of I/O modules and power supplies in the Cisco UCS 5108 chassis
  • List the steps for physical installation and removal of fan units
  • List the steps for physical installation of B200 and B250 blade servers
  • List the steps for physical installation and removal of SFP+ copper twinax and optical modules
  • List the steps for physical installation of rack-mount slides in the enclosure and on the 5108 chassis

Module 5: Cisco Unified Computing System Connectivity Configuration and Management

Configure the connectivity options of the Cisco Unified Computing System B-Series in Cisco UCS Manager.

Lesson 1: Configuring Cisco Unified Computing System B-Series Physical Connectivity

  • Describe I/O module architecture including CMC, Redwood I/O MUX and CMS
  • Describe the BMC management component of the B-Series blades
  • Describe the relationship between I/O uplinks and bandwidth oversubscription
  • Describe the difference between port personalities in the Fabric Interconnect
  • Describe the discovery process and how to monitor using Finite State Machine output

Lesson 2: Exploring the Unified Computing System B-Series User Interfaces

  • Navigate the layout of the Cisco UCS Manager GUI
  • Describe what features are available in the six tabs of the navigation window
  • Access the Cisco UCS Manager Command Line Interface
  • Access the local management, SMASH CLP, adapter, BMC, IOM and NX-OS command line interfaces
  • List the main features available in the local management, SMASH CLP, adapter, BMC, IOM and NX-OS command line interfaces

Lesson 3: Configuring Compute Node LAN Connectivity

  • Differentiate between the three port personality states of 10 Gigabit Ethernet interfaces on the Cisco UCS fabric interconnect
  • Describe the requirements and configuration of port channels from the Cisco UCS fabric interconnect to a northbound switch
  • Describe end-host mode and its importance in forwarding over multiple Layer 2 links and maintaining a loop-free topology
  • Differentiate end-Host Mode with switched mode
  • Describe the requirements to configure VLANs in Cisco UCS Manager
  • Describe the role of Virtual NICs (vNIC) to abstract MAC addresses into a service profile
  • Describe the automatic pinning process and recovery from failure
  • Describe the configuration of manual pinning and recovery from failure

Lesson 4: Distinguishing Compute Node SAN Connectivity

  • Describe Fibre Channel switching
  • Describe N_Port Virtualization
  • Differentiate between benefits and drawbacks Fibre Channel Switching and N_Port Virtualization (NPV)
  • Describe how N-Port ID Virtualization (NPIV) allows a single N_Port to be associated with multiple FC_IDs
  • Describe the requirements and configuration of VSANs in Cisco UCS Manager
  • Describe the role of the Virtual HBAs (vHBA) to abstract WWNNs and WWPNs into a service profile
  • Describe the automatic pinning process and recovery from failure
  • Describe the configuration of manual pinning and recovery from failure

Module 6: Server Resources Implementation

Configure physical server resources through logical server profiles.

Lesson 1: Creating Identity and Resource Pools

  • Articulate the rationale for creating identity and resource pools
  • Configure UUID pools
  • Configure MAC pools
  • Configure WWNN pools
  • Configure WWPN pools
  • Configure Server pools
  • Configure the processes to automate server pool membership based on a qualification policy
  • Demonstrate the importance of creating pools in the correct Organization

Lesson 2: Creating Service Profiles

  • Describe the need for, and benefits of creating service profiles
  • Configure a BIOS policy to enable virtualization features
  • Configure an adapter policy to enable RSS and set the failback timer for fabric failover
  • Create a QoS system class and allow all Ethernet traffic to use jumbo frames up to an MTU of 9216
  • Configure IPMI and SoL policies
  • Configure a scrub policy for local disks and BIOS
  • Differentiate between the feature available in the simple service profile wizard and the expert wizard
  • Start the service profile expert wizard
  • Configure the service profile to take its UUID from a pool
  • Configure a vHBA for both fabrics and have the service profile take its assignment of WWNN and WWPNs from a pool
  • Configure a vNIC for both fabrics and have the service profile take its assignment of MAC addresses from a pool
  • Configure the binding of a vHBA to a Fibre Channel boot target
  • Server assignment
  • Differentiate between required versus optional components of the service profile definition

Lesson 3: Creating Service Profile Templates and Cloning Service Profiles

  • Create a service profile template and describe the need for pooled resources and identities
  • Describe the reasons to create differentiated service profile templates to allow variations of policy
  • Automate the creation of a server farm using service profile templates
  • Describe the hidden pitfalls when using updating templates
  • Unbind a service profile from its template
  • Clone a service profile and demonstrate understanding of cloning requirements

Lesson 4: Managing Service Profiles

  • Use Cisco UCS Manager to associate and disassociate a service profile to a server blade
  • Describe what changes to a service profile trigger a Cisco UCS utility update (and outage to a server)
  • Describe the importance of planning the Org where a service profile is created
  • Use Cisco UCS Manager to move a service profile to a new server blade in the event of hardware failure

Module 7: Networking in a Virtual Server Environment

Use the Cisco Nexus 1000V fits in a VMware server virtualization environment.

Lesson 1: Introducing the Cisco Nexus 1000V

  • Describe Cisco virtual switching solution for DVS
  • Describe the features of Cisco Nexus 1000V switching components

Lesson 2: Introducing VMware Ethernet Networking

  • Describe how Cisco Nexus 1000V fits into VMware Distributed Switching (vDS)
  • Describe Cisco virtual switching solution for vDS
  • Describe the unique features of Cisco Nexus 1000V switching components including SPAN, NetFlow, and ERSPAN
  • Differentiate between the capabilities of the M81KR/P81E versus the Nexus 1000V

Lesson 3: Characterizing Cisco Nexus 1000V Architecture

  • Describe the Cisco Nexus 1000V
  • Describe the Cisco Nexus 1000V network architecture

Lesson 4: Installing and Configuring the Cisco Nexus 1000V

  • Configure the VSM vSwitch network
  • Install VSM on to a VM
  • Run setup after the VSM is installed
  • Configure certificate exchange and connection from VSM to vCenter
  • Describe the need for redundant VSM configuration
  • Describe the Nexus 1010 VSM Appliance
  • Differentiate between the capabilities of the Nexus 1010 VSM Appliance and the software VSM

Lesson 5: Configuring Basic Cisco Nexus 1000V Networking

  • Configure port profiles in the VSM
  • Configure VLANs in the VSM and assign to port profiles
  • Configure Private VLANs
  • Configure uplink profiles
  • Configure vEthernet profiles
  • Configure Nexus 1000V port channels
  • Configure adding Virtual Ethernet Modules (VEM) to the VSM
  • Configure backup of VSM configuration to a TFTP server
  • Configure vMotion of hosts and Nexus 1000V port profile mobility

Lesson 6: Configuring the M81KR Virtualization Adapter for VMware Pass-Thru Switching

  • Install Cisco UCS Manager Extension in vCenter
  • Configure Cisco UCS Manager to connect to vCenter
  • Configure VLANs in the VM tab of Cisco UCS Manager and assign to port profiles
  • Configure uplink profiles
  • Configure vEthernet profiles
  • Configure service profile with Dynamic NICs
  • Configure vMotion of hosts and M81-KR port profile mobility

Module 8: Cisco Unified Computing System Management and Maintenance

Configure system management, maintenance, and high availability processes in a Cisco Unified Computing System B-Series.

Lesson 1: Implementing Cisco Unified Computing System Startup and Shutdown Procedures

  • Implement startup and shutdown procedures for the Cisco UCS 6100 Series fabric interconnect
  • Describe the effects of shutting down or rebooting a Cisco UCS 6100 Series fabric interconnect on the high availability cluster

Lesson 2: Characterizing Role-Based Access Control

  • Articulate the overall framework of RBAC in Cisco UCS B-Series
  • Configure local users, roles, and privileges
  • Configure organizations and locales
  • Demonstrate understanding the effective rights of a user as an intersection of roles and locales mapped to a user
  • Configure LDAP/Active Directory as External Authentication and Authorization Service
  • Demonstrate How to Map Cisco UCS Roles LDAP/Active Directory Attributes

Lesson 3: Backing-up and Restoring the Cisco UCS Manager Database

  • Differentiate between the supported backup types and what functions they map to in the Cisco UCS Manager database
  • Differentiate between an import operation and a disaster recover restore operation
  • Configure a backup job
  • Configure the backup job to preserve abstracted identities
  • Verify the backup is created and executed
  • Configure an import job to restore the AAA user database
  • Verify the AAA user database is restored
  • Configure the 6100 Series fabric interconnect for disaster recovery restore

Lesson 4: Managing High Availability

  • Describe high availability cluster connection requirements for Cisco UCS B-Series
  • Describe inter-cluster communications and Cisco UCS Manager database synchronization
  • Describe how the Cisco UCS 5108 Chassis SEEPROM resolves the split-brain issue in the high availability cluster
  • Differentiate between cluster “partition in time” and “partition in space” conditions
  • Modify cluster IP addressing

Lesson 5: Monitoring System Events

  • Describe the fault management system and evaluate fault severity levels
  • Use the audit log to track administrative changes to the Cisco UCS Manager database
  • Differentiate areas of operation subject to Finite State Machine validation and how to interpret the FSM output
  • Differentiate the configuration and validation of logging options including local buffer, console and external Syslog servers
  • Configure the Smart Call Home feature
  • Validate the Smart Call Home feature
  • Configure Settings for logs, events, and faults

Lesson 6: Managing and Upgrading Cisco UCS B-Series Firmware

  • Describe where to find Cisco UCS C-Series firmware packages on Cisco.com
  • Update the Cisco UCS B-Series firmware
  • Direct upgrade of mezzanine adapter, Cisco IMC, and IOM firmware
  • Describe software update on the fabric interconnect
  • Firmware updates via service profile (BIOS MUST update this way)
  • List the differences between the firmware processes of Cisco UCS 61x0 fabric interconnect and IOM/Cisco IMC/Adapter

DCUCI 4.0 Hands-On Lab Excercises:

  • Lab 3-1: Initial C-Series Configuration
  • Lab 5-1: Configure LAN and SAN Physical Connections
  • Lab 6-1: Configure Identity and Resource Pools
  • Lab 6-2: Create Mobile Service Profiles from Updating Templates
  • Lab 7-1: Create Data Center Cluster in VMware vCenter
  • Lab 7-2: Install a Nexus 1000V VSM
  • Lab 7-3: Create Port Profiles
  • Lab 8-1: Configure Role-Based Access Control
  • Lab 8-2: Back up and Import Cisco UCS Manager Configuration Data
  • Lab 8-3: Reporting in the Cisco Unified Computing System