Cisco UCS Corporate Training Course

Edstellar's instructor-led Cisco UCS training course equips teams with in-depth knowledge of UCS architecture, configuration, and management, enabling them to efficiently deploy UCS infrastructure within their organization. By leveraging the potential of Cisco UCS, organizations streamline their data center operations and improve scalability.

24 - 32 hrs
Instructor-led (On-site/Virtual)
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Cisco UCS Training

Drive Team Excellence with Cisco UCS Corporate Training

On-site or Online Cisco UCS Training - Get the best Cisco UCS training from top-rated instructors to upskill your teams.

The Cisco UCS training course offered by Edstellar provides a comprehensive and in-depth understanding of Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS) solutions. This customizable training empowers organizations and their employees with the skills to effectively implement, manage, and troubleshoot UCS infrastructure. The onsite/virtual Cisco UCS training, led by certified trainers and tailored to match organizations' requirements, enhances data center performance, scalability, and system reliability.

In this Cisco UCS instructor-led training, teams gain a solid overview of data center management and the key concepts of Cisco UCS. Professionals explore the architecture, installation, and hardware components of Cisco UCS, understanding how these components work together to create a robust and scalable data center infrastructure. Teams also learn about unified connectivity, including LAN and SAN connectivity options, and the concept of unified fabric and FCoE integration.

Cisco UCS Training for Employees: Key Learning Outcomes

Develop essential skills from industry-recognized Cisco UCS training providers. The course includes the following key learning outcomes:

  • Implement best practices for securing UCS deployments
  • Configure and connect UCS to the LAN and SAN networks
  • Configure and manage Cisco UCS infrastructure effectively
  • Understand the integration of UCS with virtualization technologies
  • Perform advanced troubleshooting and optimization of UCS solutions
  • Collaborate with cross-functional teams for successful UCS implementation

Key Benefits of the Training

  • Streamline data center operations, leading to cost savings and improved ROI
  • Empower IT teams to implement best practices for securing UCS deployments
  • Enhance operational efficiency and resource utilization in data center environments
  • Optimize system performance and reliability, reducing downtime and improving productivity
  • Enable effective configuration, management, and troubleshooting of Cisco UCS infrastructure
  • Facilitates seamless integration of Cisco UCS with virtualization technologies for enhanced agility
  • Support business growth by providing the knowledge and skills to scale data center infrastructure effectively

Cisco UCS Training Topics and Outline

This Cisco UCS Training curriculum is meticulously designed by industry experts according to the current industry requirements and standards. The program provides an interactive learning experience that focuses on the dynamic demands of the field, ensuring relevance and applicability.

  1. The importance of datacenter management
  2. Introduction to Cisco UCS
    • Key features and benefits of Cisco UCS
  1. Evolution and overview of Cisco UCS
    • Historical background and evolution of Cisco UCS
  2. Key components of Cisco UCS
    • Fabric interconnects
    • Blade servers
    • Rack servers
    • I/O modules
  3. Benefits of Cisco UCS in datacenter infrastructure
    • Improved scalability and flexibility
    • Simplified management and reduced operational costs
  1. Cisco UCS B-Series blade servers
    • Blade server architecture
    • Blade chassis and components
  2. Cisco UCS C-Series rack servers
    • Rack server architecture
    • Rack server models and features
  3. Cisco UCS fabric interconnects
    • Functionality and connectivity
    • Redundancy and high availability
  4. Cisco UCS I/O modules and adapters
    • Types of I/O modules
    • Supported I/O adapters and connectivity
  1. Cisco UCS architecture overview
    • Logical architecture components
    • UCS management model
  2. Key features of Cisco UCS
    • Service profiles
    • Unified fabric and FCoE
    • Cisco UCS central
    • Cisco UCS director
  3. Integration with virtualization technologies
    • VMware vSphere integration
    • Microsoft Hyper-V integration
  4. Understanding UCS Scalability and Performance
    • Scalability considerations
    • Performance optimization techniques
  1. Preparing for Cisco UCS installation
    • Site preparation and prerequisites
    • Rack and stack procedures
  2. Installing Cisco UCS Fabric Interconnects
    • Physical installation and cabling
    • Initial setup and configuration
  3. Installing and Configuring Cisco UCS Servers and I/O Modules
    • Server installation and connectivity
    • I/O Module installation and configuration
  4. Verifying Hardware Installation and Connectivity
    • System verification tests
    • Troubleshooting hardware connectivity issues
  1. LAN connectivity in Cisco UCS
    • LAN connectivity options
    • Ethernet switching modes (End-Host Mode, Switching Mode)
  2. SAN connectivity in Cisco UCS
    • SAN connectivity options
    • Fibre channel concepts and protocols
  3. Unified Fabric and FCoE concepts
    • Converged networking with FCoE
    • Benefits and considerations of unified fabric
  1. Cisco UCS manager User interfaces overview
    • Command-Line Interface (CLI)
    • Graphical User Interface (GUI)
  2. CLI (Command-Line Interface) management
    • CLI navigation and commands
    • Common CLI tasks and operations
  3. GUI (Graphical User Interface) management
    • GUI navigation and features
    • Performing management tasks through GUI
  1. System configuration and initialization
    • Initial setup and configuration
    • Managing system parameters and settings
  2. Cisco UCS manager administration
    • User and role management
    • Domain and organization management
  3. Managing organizations and resource pools
    • Creating and managing organizations
    • Resource pool configuration and allocation
  4. User management and RBAC (Role-Based Access Control)
    • User role assignment and permissions
    • RBAC configuration best practices
  1. Configuring ethernet adapters and interfaces
    • Ethernet adapter configuration options
    • VLAN configuration and tagging
  2. Creating LAN uplink profiles
    • LAN uplink configuration and policies
    • Load balancing and failover settings
  3. Configuring VLANs and port channels
    • VLAN configuration and trunking
    • Port channel configuration and aggregation
  1. Configuring fibre channel adapters and interfaces
    • Fibre channel adapter configuration options
    • SAN boot considerations and configuration
  2. Creating SAN connectivity policies
    • SAN connectivity policies and profiles
    • Zoning and VSAN configuration
  3. Configuring zoning and VSANs
    • Zoning concepts and best practices
    • VSAN configuration and management
  1. Creating resource pools
    • Resource pool configuration and allocation
    • Policies and parameters for resource pools
  2. Configuring resource pool policies
    • QoS policies and settings
    • Power management policies and profiles
  3. Allocating resources to service profiles
    • Resource allocation and prioritization
    • Resource pool assignment to service profiles
  1. Creating service profiles
    • Service profile creation and customization
    • Template usage and customization
  2. Associating service profiles with servers
    • Server assignment and association
    • Service profile deployment and activation
  3. Modifying and updating service profiles
    • Service profile modification and updating
    • Best practices for service profile management
  1. Overview of OS provisioning methods
    • Bare-metal provisioning
    • OS deployment through virtualization
  2. Configuring boot policies
    • Boot policy creation and customization
    • Boot order and boot device settings
  3. Installing and managing OS images
    • Image repository management
    • OS image installation and updates
  1. Policy hierarchies and inheritance
    • Policy inheritance and precedence
    • Best practices for policy management
  2. Configuring BIOS policies
    • BIOS settings and customization
    • BIOS policy creation and assignment
  3. Power management policies
    • Power policy configuration and settings
    • Power management profiles and strategies
  4. QoS policies
    • QoS policy creation and customization
    • Traffic prioritization and bandwidth allocation
  1. Understanding RBAC in Cisco UCS
    • RBAC concepts and implementation
    • User roles and permissions in Cisco UCS
  2. Configuring user roles and permissions
    • Role creation and customization
    • Role assignment and privilege settings
  3. Implementing secure administrative practices
    • Best practices for secure administration
    • Audit log monitoring and management
  1. Configuring backup and restore policies
    • Backup policy creation and settings
    • Backup schedule and retention options
  2. Performing backups and restores
    • Backup and restore procedures
    • Recovery scenarios and considerations
  3. Understanding disaster recovery strategies
    • Disaster recovery planning and preparations
    • Replication and failover strategies
  1. Configuring high availability and redundancy
    • HA configuration options and considerations
    • Failover and failback procedures
  2. Monitoring system events and alerts
    • Event monitoring and alerting mechanisms
    • System health and performance monitoring
  3. Troubleshooting and diagnostics
    • Common troubleshooting techniques
    • Diagnostic tools and utilities
  1. Planning for software upgrades
    • Upgrade considerations and prerequisites
    • Risk assessment and mitigation strategies
  2. Performing Cisco UCS Firmware and Software Upgrades
    • UCS firmware upgrade process
    • UCS software upgrade process
  3. Verifying and validating the upgraded system -system verification and validation procedures
    • Post-upgrade testing and verification
    • System functionality and performance validation

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Cisco UCS Corporate Training Prices

Elevate your team's Cisco UCS skills with our Cisco UCS corporate training course. Choose from transparent pricing options tailored to your needs. Whether you have a training requirement for a small group or for large groups, our training solutions have you covered.

Request for a quote to know about our Cisco UCS corporate training cost and plan the training initiative for your teams. Our cost-effective Cisco UCS training pricing ensures you receive the highest value on your investment.

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Our customized corporate training packages offer various benefits. Maximize your organization's training budget and save big on your Cisco UCS training by choosing one of our training packages. This option is best suited for organizations with multiple training requirements. Our training packages are a cost-effective way to scale up your workforce skill transformation efforts..

Starter Package

125 licenses

64 hours of training (includes VILT/In-person On-site)

Tailored for SMBs

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Growth Package

350 licenses

160 hours of training (includes VILT/In-person On-site)

Ideal for growing SMBs

Enterprise Package

900 licenses

400 hours of training (includes VILT/In-person On-site)

Designed for large corporations

Custom Package

Unlimited licenses

Unlimited duration

Designed for large corporations

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This Corporate Training for Cisco UCS is ideal for:

The Cisco UCS training course is for IT managers, virtualization administrators, data center administrators, server administrators, network engineers, systems engineers, consulting systems engineers, technical solutions architects, network administrators, storage administrators, network managers, and sales engineers

Prerequisites for Cisco UCS Training

The Cisco UCS training course can be taken by professionals with a basic knowledge of networking, data center concepts, x86 architecture, server virtualization, and storage concepts.

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