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Cisco Nexus 1000v Implementation

Course Summary

Virtualization has caused innovation in every area of the datacenter. The Cisco Nexus 1000v provides virtual environments with a switching environment that runs the same NX-OS operating system as physical Cisco Nexus switches. In this course we cover the

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    Course Syllabus

    ● Getting Started with Cisco Nexus 1000v Implementation
        ◦ Who Should Watch This Course?
        ◦ What is Cisco Nexus 1000v?
        ◦ What We Cover in the Course
    ● An Introduction to the Cisco Nexus 1000v
        ◦ Review and Primer
        ◦ Review of vSphere vSwitches
        ◦ A Word About VMware's vSwitches
        ◦ Components of a vSwitch Architecture
        ◦ What is the Nexus 1000v?
        ◦ Requirements for the Nexus 1000v
        ◦ What Are the Advantages of the 1000v?
        ◦ vSwitch Feature Comparison
        ◦ Which is Right for You?
        ◦ Lesson Recap
    ● Components of the Cisco Nexus 1000v
        ◦ Architecture of the Nexus 1000v
        ◦ Logical Overview
        ◦ Options for VSM Deployment
        ◦ First, Communication
        ◦ Communication - Layer 2
        ◦ Communication - Layer 3
        ◦ Layer 2 or Layer 3?
        ◦ Lesson Recap
    ● Planning the Implementation of the 1000v
        ◦ Overall Requirements
        ◦ Existing Virtual and Physical Network Configuration
        ◦ Options for Physical Uplink Configuration
        ◦ Physical Connectivity Considerations
        ◦ Site Survey and Information Gathering
        ◦ Pre-Deployment Checklist
        ◦ Lesson Recap
    ● Installing the Virtual Supervisor Modules
        ◦ The Virtual Supervisor Module
        ◦ Best Practices for Deploying the VSM
        ◦ Options for VSM Installation
        ◦ Using the Installation Wizard
        ◦ Lab - VSM Installation Using Wizard
        ◦ Using the Manual Method
        ◦ Lab - VSM Installation Using Manual Method
        ◦ Lesson Recap
    ● Performing Basic Configuration
        ◦ Basic Configuration Steps
        ◦ Port-Profile Configurations
        ◦ VLAN Creation
        ◦ About Uplink Profiles
        ◦ About Port Channels
        ◦ LACP Configuration Options
        ◦ Uplink Teaming Options
        ◦ Physical Switch Recommendations
        ◦ Ethernet Port-Profile Example
        ◦ Configuring L3 Connectivity
        ◦ Lesson Recap
    ● Performing Basic Configuration Lab
        ◦ Lab - Basic Configuration of the 1000v
        ◦ Common Commands
        ◦ Word of Caution
        ◦ Creating VLANs
        ◦ Configuring Port Groups
        ◦ Basic Tasks in vCenter
        ◦ Saving Changes
        ◦ Channel Groups
        ◦ Sub Group Command
        ◦ Configuring Layer 3 Connectivity
        ◦ Lesson Recap
    ● Deploying the Virtual Ethernet Modules
        ◦ The Virtual Ethernet Module
        ◦ Best Practices for Deploying the VEM
        ◦ Manual Installation Method
        ◦ Adding a Host to the 1000v
        ◦ What About Stateless Hosts?
        ◦ Migrating to the Nexus 1000v
        ◦ Walking Hosts Over
        ◦ Word of Warning
        ◦ Lesson Recap
    ● Deploying the Virtual Ethernet Module Lab
        ◦ Lab - VEM Installation
        ◦ Retrieving VIBs
        ◦ VIB Installation
        ◦ Walking Hosts Over
        ◦ Show Module Command
        ◦ Distributed Switch GUI
        ◦ After Walking Over a Host
        ◦ Using Migration Wizard
        ◦ Lesson Recap
    ● Advanced Configuration Options
        ◦ What Are the Advanced Options?
        ◦ iSCSI Multipathing
        ◦ iSCSI Multipathing Configuration
        ◦ Lab - iSCSI Multipathing
        ◦ QoS and Queuing

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USD 29

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1 - 4 hours / week

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