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Valid Cisco CCNA Data Center certification or any Cisco CCIE certification can act as a prerequisite.

CURRICULUM

CCNP Datacenter

  • 1.0 Implement C-Series Standalone
  • - Implement UCS C-Series rack servers
  • - Implement firmware updates
  • - Configure CIMC
  • - Configure network and storage connectivity
  • - Provision hard drives
  • - Install ESXI on local hard drives
  • - Configure logging and monitoring the methods for Cisco UCS
  • 1.2 Configure Cisco UCS B-Series Connectivity
  • - Configure B-Series overall connectivity
  • - Implement UCS B-Series component installation
  • - Configure B-Series LAN connectivity
  • - Configure B-Series SAN connectivity
  • 1.3 Manage Cisco UCS B-Series
  • - Implement security in a Cisco UCS
  • - Identify the steps necessary to manage software and firmware versions and upgrades in a Cisco UCS
  • - Implement backup and import for Cisco UCS database
  • - Configure logging and monitoring the methods for Cisco UCS
  • - Configure the Call Home feature in a Cisco UCS system
  • - Describe high availability for the fabric interconnect cluster
  • 1.4 Provision Cisco UCS Compute Resources
  • - Provision network connectivity in a Cisco UCS
  • - Provision storage sources in a Cisco UCS
  • - Provision resource pools in a Cisco UCS
  • - Provision resource policies in a Cisco UCS
  • - Provision service profiles in a Cisco UCS
  • - Provision O/S parameters in a Cisco UCS
  • - Provision the base UCS system configuration
  • - Provision virtual HBAs
  • - Provision VNICs and VNIC policies in a Cisco UCS
  • - Provision C-Series integration
  • 1.5 Implement Cisco UCS Server Virtualization Features
  • - Provision UCS integration with VmwarevCenter server
  • - Provision UCS vm-fex
  • - Provision direct path I/O
  • 2.1 Describe the Cisco Unified Fabric Products in a Cisco Data Center Network Architecture
  • - Describe the Cisco data center network architecture from a Cisco Nexus Series Switch point of view
  • - Describe the Cisco SAN network architecture from a Cisco MDS SAN Switch point of view
  • - Describe Fibre Channel over Ethernet
  • - Describe the Cisco Nexus product family
  • - Describe the key high-availability features of Cisco NX-OS
  • - Describe the key unified fabric features of Cisco NX-OS
  • - Describe the key scalability features of Cisco NX-OS
  • - Describe the features and benefits of the major Cisco Nexus line card modules
  • - Describe the network infrastructure connection to the Cisco UCS platform
  • 2.2 Implement Security on Cisco Unified Fabric Products in a Cisco Data Center Architecture
  • - Implement CTS
  • - Implement integrated security features
  • - Implement AAA
  • - Implement RBAC
  • - Implement zoning
  • 2.3 Manage the Unified Fabric in a Cisco Data Center Architecture
  • - Implement CMP
  • - Manage the Unified Fabric using DCNM SAN
  • - Manage the Unified Fabric using DCNM LAN
  • - Upgrade EPLD
  • - Implement SNMP in the Unified Fabric environment
  • - Implement xml
  • - Implement DeviceManager
  • - Implement netflow
  • - Implement SPAN
  • - Implement Callhome
  • - Implement EEM
  • - Implement licensing
  • - Implement cfs
  • - Implement scheduler
  • 2.4 Implement High Availability Features on Cisco Unified Fabric Products in a Cisco Data Center Architecture
  • - Implement FHRP
  • - Implement Graceful Restart
  • - Implement non-stop forwarding
  • - Implement Port-channels
  • - Implement vPC
  • - Implement FabricPath
  • - Upgrade NX-OS using ISSU.
  • 2.5 Implement Cisco Unified Fabric Network Features and Functionality in a Cisco Data Center Environment
  • - Implement QoS
  • - Implement L2 functionality
  • - Implement L3 functionality
  • - Implement multicast functionality
  • - Implement LISP
  • - Implement OTV
  • - Implement MPLS
  • 2.6 Implementing Network Virtualization in Cisco Data Center Environment
  • - Implement VDC
  • - Implement adapter-fex
  • - Implement vm-fex
  • - Integrate Nexus with vCenter manager
  • - Implement vn-link
  • 2.7 Implement Storage features in a Cisco Data Center environment
  • - Implement zoning
  • - Implement npiv
  • - Implement npv
  • - Implement vsans
  • - Implement FCoE
  • - Implement multihopFCoE
  • - Describe shared vs. dedicated ports
  • - Describe the FibreChannel protocol
  • - Implement DCB features
  • - Implement CFS (Cisco Fabric Services)
  • 3.1 Describe the Design Methodology
  • - Describe developing business trends
  • - Identify business requirements driving the data center design
  • - Determine the requirements needed to create a data center solution
  • - Describe the tools/process to characterize an existing data center
  • - Describe the top down approach to network design
  • 3.2 Describe Data Center Structure and Modularity
  • - Describe network architectures for the data center
  • -- LAN
  • -- SAN
  • - Describe the modular approach in network design
  • - Describe the data center core layer
  • - Describe the data center aggregation layer
  • - Describe the data center access layer
  • - Identify design considerations for connectivity between data centers
  • - Identify the environments that use a Cisco data center virtualization solution
  • - Identify the migration plan from existing to new infrastructure
  • 3.3 Describe the Technologies Used within the Data Center
  • - Describe switching protocols used in a data center network
  • - Describe IPv4/IPv6 Addressing
  • - Identify routing protocol considerations in a data center
  • - Describe how various data center protocols impact the design of a data center network
  • - Describe data center server deployment topologies
  • - Describe how traffic flows may impact the design of a data center network
  • - Describe methods for deploying an energy efficient data center
  • - Describe data center virtualization technologies
  • - Determine when to use each technology within a data center solution
  • - Describe high availability design in the data center
  • 3.4 Design the Access Layer of a Data Center
  • - Select appropriate platforms and modules in the data center access layer
  • - Identify scalability, availability, performance, and connectivity requirements in the data center access layer
  • - Design for traffic flows in the data center access layer
  • - Design a cabling plan and topology for the data center access layer
  • - Design virtualization into the data center access layer
  • 3.5 Design Virtualization Solution using Cisco UCS
  • - Gather historical performance characteristics for the network, compute and storage components of the data center.
  • - Given a particular set of data center applications and servers, identify the number of physical machines necessary to create a Cisco virtualized data center solution
  • - Given a particular set of data center applications and servers, identify the networking requirements to create a Cisco virtualized data center solution
  • - Describe the deployment of pass-thru switching (PTS) and integration with vCenter
  • - Specify the infrastructure needed to deploy a specified Cisco data center virtualization solution
  • - Deploy operating systems
  • - Specify the UCS components of solution design
  • - Identify Cisco technologies to mitigate security vulnerabilities
  • - Secure data center network connectivity
  • - Secure the data center infrastructure
  • 3.6 Design Network Management Considerations into a Data Center
  • - Describe the common industry and Cisco-specific data center network management tools
  • - Design a network data collection strategy for a data center
  • 4.1 Describe the Design Methodology
  • - Describe developing business trends
  • - Identify business requirements driving the Data Center design
  • - Determine the requirements needed to create a Data Center solution
  • - Describe the tools/process to characterize an existing Data Center
  • - Describe the top down approach to network design
  • 4.2 Describe Data Center Structure and Modularity
  • - Describe network architectures for the Data Center
  • - LAN
  • - SAN
  • - Describe the Modular Approach in Network Design
  • - Describe the data center core layer
  • - Describe the data center aggregation layer
  • - Describe the data center access layer
  • - Identify Design Considerations for connectivity between Data Centers
  • - Identify the environments that use a Cisco data center virtualization solution
  • - Identify the migration plan from existing to new infrastructure
  • 4.3 Troubleshooting Storage Area Network in a Cisco Data Center
  • - Describe switching protocols used in a data center network
  • - Describe IPv4/IPv6 Addressing
  • - Identify Routing Protocol Considerations in an Data Center
  • - Describe how various data center protocols impact the design of a data center network
  • - Describe data center server deployment topologies
  • - Describe how traffic flows may impact the design of a data center network
  • - Describe methods for deploying a Energy Efficient Data Center
  • - Describe Data Center virtualization technologies
  • - Determine when to use each technology within a Data Center solution
  • - Describe high availability design in the data center
  • 4.4 Design the Core Layer of a Data Center
  • - Select the appropriate platforms and modules for use in the data center core layer
  • - Identify scalability, availability, performance and connectivity requirements in the data center core layer.
  • - Design for traffic flows in the data center core layer
  • - Design for a collapsed data center core layer
  • 4.5 Design the Aggregation Layer of a Data Center
  • - Select appropriate platforms and modules in the data center aggregation layer
  • - Identify scalability, availability, and performance requirements in the Data Center aggregation layer
  • - Design for traffic flows in the data center aggregation layer
  • - Design virtualization into the data center aggregation layer
  • 4.6 Design the Access Layer of a Data Center
  • - Select appropriate platforms and modules in the data center access layer
  • - Identify scalability, availability, performance and connectivity requirements in the Data Center access layer
  • - Design for traffic flows in the Data Center access layer
  • - Design a cabling plan and topology for the Data Center access layer
  • - Design virtualization into the data center access layer
  • 4.7 Design Storage and SAN Solution
  • - Consult with internal leading storage vendor experts for design criteria for proper LUN sizing and data protection.
  • - Given a particular set of data center applications and servers, identify the storage requirements to create a Cisco virtualized data center solution.
  • - Describe block vs. filter
  • - Describe different SAN topologies
  • - Describe and select SAN Services
  • - Describe Data replication
  • - Connect the SAN Unified Fabric
  • 1.8 Design Security Considerations into a Data Center
  • - Identify Cisco technologies to mitigate security vulnerabilities
  • - Secure Data center network connectivity
  • - Secure the Data center infrastructure
  • 1.9 Design Network Management Considerations into a Data Center
  • - Describe the common industry and Cisco-specific data center network management tools.
  • - Design a network data collection strategy for a data cente

Exam & Certification

The 642-999 DCUCI Implementing Cisco Data Center Unified Computing exam is associated with the CCNP DC certification and with the Cisco Unified Computing Support Specialist. This 90-minute, 65−75 question exam tests a candidates knowledge of implementing Cisco Data Center Unified Computing. Concepts like setup of the computing environment in a standalone and rack-mountable configuration, provisioning of storage resources, backup, management functions and deployment of a virtualized environment are covered by this exam.
Exam Number: 642-999 DCUCI
Associated Certifications: CCNP Data Center Cisco Data Center Unified Computing Support Specialist
Duration: 90 minutes (65-75 questions)
Available Languages: English
Register: Pearson VUE

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