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DCACIO-Cisco Application Centric Infrastructure Operations and Troubleshooting v5.2

SS Course: GK100215

Course Overview


The Cisco Application Centric Infrastructure Operations and Troubleshooting course shows you how to operate and troubleshoot a Cisco data center network infrastructure running Cisco ACI. Through expert instruction and hands-on practice, you will learn about operational tools, best practices and caveats for configuration management, performance tracking, and more. You will practice troubleshooting common issues on a live fabric. Based on lessons learned in over 100 production deployments, this course gives you the real-world knowledge and skills to boost operational efficiencies in your own deployment.

This course is eligible for 24 Continuing Education Credits (ELT Modality).


Scheduled Classes

04/15/24 - GVT - Virtual Classroom - Virtual Instructor-Led





    Each candidate should possess the following prerequisite knowledge and skills to fully benefit from this course:

    • Understand ACI architecture and concepts needed to get an ACI fabric into production
    • Experience configuring a 3-tier application with Layer2 and Layer3 connectivity and vCenter integration
    • Completion of Cisco Implementing Cisco Application-Centric Infrastructure (DCACI) course
    • Familiarity with data center infrastructure operations
    • Familiarity with management of Cisco data center switches
    • Understanding of basic network troubleshooting and basic programming
    • Data center operations

    The following courses will provide you with the required ACI skills:

    • Implementing Cisco Application-Centric Infrastructure (DCACI)

      Who Should Attend


      IT professionals who support a Cisco ACI data center network, including:

      • Data center engineers
      • Field engineers
      • Network engineers
      • Systems engineers