Sixteen hours of video instruction covering everything you need to know to pass the Cisco CCNA Data Center DCICN 200-155 and DCICT 200-155 exams.
CCNA Data Center LiveLessons Library: DCICN 200-150 and DCICT 200-155 is a unique video product that is fully updated and provides a solid understanding of the key areas of knowledge required to pass BOTH CCNA Data Center exams: 200-150 and 200-155. This product walks the customer through each topic of the exam blueprint.
CCNA Data Center LiveLessons Library: DCICN 200-150 and DCICT 200-155 two full video courses, with 8 modules, 29 lessons and over 16 hours of instruction that details every objective in the DCICN and DCICT exam. The videos consist of audio instruction, video screen casts and demos. Instruction throughout offers detailed explanations, tips, and configuration verifications.
Major topics include:
Basic Data Center Networking Concepts
Data Center Physical Infrastructure
Advanced Data Center Networking Concepts
Layer 3 Routing Using Nexus
Data Center Storage Unified Computing
Beginning to Intermediate
What You Will Learn
Presents more than 16 hours of video mentoring
Provides an easy to use and cost effective means to learn the various concepts associated with Data Center technologies
Who Should Take This Course
Anyone who wants to obtain their CCNA Data Center certification. This includes working engineers in the Enterprise space that want to expand their knowledge of Data Center concepts and technologies. Specifically, CCNA candidates who will use this product to prepare for the two required tests needed to earn the CCNA Data Center certification. CCNP and CCIE Data Center candidates needing a first exposure to foundational knowledge will also be very interested in this product. IT managers in need of a quick understanding of Data Center concepts to better manage their engineering teams, and engineers familiar with other vendors’ platforms who wish to learn Cisco’s specific implementations of these technologies would also benefit from taking this course.
The video course assumes that the learner has the skills to navigate the user interface of a PC running any of the Microsoft OS’s, and that the reader has completed typical high school-level math courses (mainly that the reader has been exposed to binary math). The course also assumes that the reader has used PCs connected to either a home network or a network inside a school or company, but that the reader might not understand anything about the network to which the PC was connected. It is also assumed that the reader knows how to use typical Internet applications, primarily web browsers, and email clients.