Nstalling UCS HardwareChapter 2 Setting Up Lab Using Cisco UCS EmulatorChapter 3 Configuring Cisco UCS Using UCS ManagerChapter 4 Configuring LAN ConnectivityChapter 5 Configuring SAN ConnectivityChapter 6 Creating Identity and Resource PoolsChapter 7 Creating and Managing Service ProfilesChapter 8 Managing UCS through Routine and Advanced ManagementChapter 9 Virtual Networking in Cisco UCSChapter 10 Configuring Backup Restore and High AvailabilityChapter 11 Cisco UCS Failure Scenarios TestingChapter 12 Third party Application IntegrationThe book is 360 pages and includes a well crafted 11 page dual column index for locating specific topics The Kindle version uses links from the index to the material and the Packt downloadable PDF product does notMost Enterprise Datacenters divide hardware responsibilities into subject area silosServersStorageNetworkingComprehending the UCS system forces a new level of
KNOWLEDGE OF THREE SILOS AND of all silos and s the real challenge of the mastering a UCS Administration and Implementation role If you re strong in one area you ll need to raise your. YouStarting with the description of Cisco UCS uipment options this hands on guide then introduces Cisco UCS Emulator which is an Seductive Surrender excellent resource to practically learn Cisco UCS components’ deployment You will also be introduced to all areas of UCS solutions with practical configurationxamplesYou will also discover the Cisco UCS Manager which is the centralized management interface for Cisco UCS Once you get
To Know UCS Manager know UCS Manager book dives deeper into configuring LAN SAN identity pools resource pools and service profiles for the servers The book also presents other administration topics including Backup Restore user’s roles and high availability cluster configuration Finally you will learn about virtualized networking 3rd party integration tools and testing failure scenariosYou will learn. I found it to be a great source for information
Not Only On The UCS But Also How We Got only on the UCS but also how we got this point Its detailed review of previous data center and server architectures served as a good refresher to my old repressed knowledge Where this book really shines is in the way it xplains technologies that to me "seems li I have been demonstrating selling and installing Cisco Unified Computing Systems for several years and there are still "li I have been demonstrating selling and installing Cisco Unified Computing Systems for several years and there are still to the system that I haven t completely mastered So when I saw this new book I jumped at the chance t get a copy for review This book makes the path to a complete understanding of the UCS system asier than wading through the Cisco DocumentationImplementing Cisco UCS Solutions I have spent a week with the book and it s as thorough a survey of the UCS hardware software and implementation processes as I have seen The authors include a wealth of details that help you understand all the components and the management of a UCS systemThere are 12 Chapters in all with ach roughly 30 pages in lengthChapter
1 Cisco UCS Physical Architecture and In Detail Cisco Unified Computing SystemUCS provides uniue features for Cisco UCS Physical Architecture and In Detail Cisco Unified Computing SystemUCS provides uniue features for contemporary data centres Cisco UCS is a unified solution that consolidates computing network and storage connectivity components along with centralized management Cisco UCS reduces TCO and improves scalability and flexibility Stateless computing blade server's design simplifies the troubleshooting and Cisco patented xtended memory technology provides higher virtualized servers consolidation resultsA hands on guide to take you through deployment in Cisco UCS With real world xamples for configuring and deploying Cisco UCS components this book will prepare you for the practical deployments of Cisco UCS data centre solutionsIf you want to learn and nhance your hands on skills with Cisco UCS solutions this book is certainly for.
Summary Implementing Cisco UCS SolutionsGame in the other 2That s why this "book will be a solid reference in any "will be a solid reference in any shop it covers all areas with ual rigor and detailHow do you add memory to a blade server CoveredHow do you isolate and prioritize storage traffic over a common network uplink CoveredHow do you get iSCSI boot service from a system that doesn t support VLAN tagging CoveredAnd maybe most importantly to an ngineer interested in Cisco UCS without access to the hardware there s a chapter on the Cisco UCS Platform Emulator software that can be installed and configured on a laptopThe final chapter covering 3rd party application integration for EMC s UIM VMware s vSphere and the Cisco PowerCLITool set is also very useful It can help an Orchestration software The Deepest Sin engineer pick the right tool to connect management systems togetherNotable ommissions from the book include the UCS Director orchestration product the UCS Central multi UCS system manager and the Microsoft Hyper V UCS Management perhaps version 2 willxtend the materials to 400 pages and include these new and additional automationmanagement products. Everything you need to know for the rapidly growing Cisco UCS deployments in the real world Approach A tutorial based approach which will help you understand the "practical methodologies and deploying of Cisco UCS components Who this book is for If you are a professional such "methodologies and deploying of Cisco UCS components Who this book is for If you are a professional such a system network or storage administrator who is
responsible for Cisco UCS deployments this is the perfect book for you You should have some basicfor Cisco UCS deployments this is the perfect book for you You should have some basic of the server’s architecture network and storage technologies Familiarity with virtualization technologies is also recommended though not necessary as the majority of real world UCS deployments run virtualized loads Knowledge of Nexus OS is not necessary as the majority of the management tasks are handled in a graphical user interface with very few xceptions using the CL.