DATE CENTER NETWORKING TECHNOLOGIES

About the Subject

 

This course provides the fundamentals of the DC Networking Technologies. It covers the basic understanding of Nexus DC Infrastructure & Architecture, Installation & Operation of Nexus Switches, Nexus STP implementation, IPv4 subnetting perspective, Nexus IPv4 Routing configuration, Nexus FHRP and ACL, DC networking architecture, Unified Fabric, Network Virtualization, Unified Computing, UCS Architecture, Manager, Administration, Management & Monitoring, ACI, Automation, Orchestration.

What instruction method will be used?

 

  • Supervised practical
  • Computer-based training
  • Seminar
  • Individual instruction
  • Classroom/Lab institution
  • Other

What evaluation method will be used?

 

  • Quizzes
  • Mid-term exam
  • Assignments/projects
  • Lab simulation
  • Final Exam

What is the subject length?

 

  • 110 hours

Modules

 

  • Introduction to Data Center Networking
  • Nexus IPv4 Routing
  • Data Center Storage Technologies
  • Data Center Networking Technologies
  • Network Virtualization
  • Unified Computing
  • Application Centric Infrastructure – ACI
  • Automation and Orchestration
  • Computer Hardware and Software

  • $0/mo
  • This module covers utilities, file systems, the shell environment & scripts. The students will gain hands-on skills to perform maintenance tasks with the command line, Install and configure a computer running Linux and configure basic networking & security.
  • Cloud Computing

  • $0/mo
  • This module covers Cloud introduction, Platform and Infrastructure, Docker, Cloud Storage, NAS & SANs, Coding Cloud Solutions, IDE, Scalability, Pareto Principal, Cloud Security, Cloud Management, Multi-tenancy, Disaster Recovery, Cloud Delivery and more.
  • Cyber Security Essentials

  • $0/mo
  • This module will explore ways to safeguard the privacy, learn the different types of malware and attacks, and how organizations are protecting themselves against these attacks along with legal and ethical issues in cybersecurity,  and principles of (CIA).
  • Linux Essentials and Applied Skills

  • $0/mo
  • This module covers utilities, file systems, the shell environment & scripts. The students will gain hands-on skills to perform maintenance tasks with the command line, Install and configure a computer running Linux and configure basic networking & security.

  • Networks and its Components

  • $0/mo
  • This module is designed in a way that helps to prepare the students for in depth understanding of Network & its protocols concept with Wireless networks. The main goal of this module is to familiarize the students with layer 1, 2 & 3 networking concepts.
  • Data Center Networking Technologies

  • $0/mo
  • This module covers the basic understanding of Nexus DC Infrastructure & Architecture,  Installation & Operation of Nexus Switches, Nexus STP implementation, IPv4 subnetting perspective, Nexus IPv4 Routing configuration, Nexus FHRP and ACL, Fabric and more.