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Cisco Ultra M Deployment and Operations (SPMBL301)

 

Course Overview

The Cisco Ultra M Deployment and Operations course1 is an instructor-led, lab-based, hands-on course offered by Learning@Cisco.

In this course, you will learn about the hardware components of the Cisco® Ultra M virtual packet core solution, including the Cisco Nexus® spine and leaf switches and the Cisco UCS® C240 M4S (Small Form Factor) servers. You will also learn about the software components of the Ultra M solution, including the OpenStack Virtual Infrastructure Manager (VIM), the Ultra M VNF architecture, and the Cisco Elastic Services Controller and how the different components operate. Lastly you will learn how the VPC-DI operates.

Ultra M is a prepackaged deployment model designed to simplify the deployment of Virtual Network Functions (VNFs). This model is a Virtual Packet Core Distributed Instance (VPC-DI) deployment option and distributes the processes across multiple VMs in a manner that is similar, but not identical, to the distribution of processes across multiple SMC, PSC, and LC cards in a Cisco ASR 5000 Series chassis. It addresses scaling and redundancy by extending the StarOS boundaries beyond a single VM. The solution combines the Cisco Ultra Services Platform™ architecture, Cisco validated OpenStack infrastructure, and Cisco networking and computing hardware platforms into a fully integrated and scalable stack. As such, Ultra M provides the Ultra Automation Services (UAS) suite of automation tools to instantiate and provide basic lifecycle management for VNF components on a complete OpenStack VIM.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux is the underlying operating system used in the Ultra M deployment. This course covers the operation and administration of the Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system as it pertains to the Ultra M Undercloud and Overcloud deployments. This course does not cover how to configure the StarOS component of the use cases, such as SAEGW, ePDG, or MME/SGSN, that are part of the Ultra M deployment model. Prerequisite courses cover StarOS configuration of these use cases.

Who should attend

This course is designed for technical professionals who will be deploying or have deployed the Ultra M virtual packet core solution in their network.

Targeted roles include:

  • Systems engineers
  • Technical support personnel
  • Channel partners and resellers

Prerequisites

Recommended prerequisites

Cisco recommends that you have the following prerequisite knowledge and skills:

  • !CI-LTE100
  • !CI-LTE200
  • Familiarity with the operation and administration of Red Hat Enterprise Linux
  • Familiarity with TripleO (OpenStack on OpenStack)

Course Objectives

  • Examine the Ultra M hardware and topology
  • OpenStack component overview and deployment architecture
  • Examine the Ultra M deployment architecture and operation
  • Examine the VPC-DI architecture and packet flow
  • Deploy the Ultra M

Course Content

Module 1: Cisco Ultra M Hardware and Topology Overview
  • Cisco Ultra M Hardware Components
  • Cisco Ultra M UCS Components
  • Cisco Ultra M UCS Interfaces
  • Cisco Ultra M Networking Components
  • Cisco Ultra M Physical Network Topology
Module 2: OpenStack Deployment Architecture and Components
  • OpenStack Overview
  • Nova – OpenStack Compute Service◦
  • Glance – OpenStack Image Service
  • Neutron – OpenStack Network Service
  • Keystone – OpenStack Identity Service
  • Cinder – OpenStack Block Storage Service
  • OpenStack Horizon Dashboard
Module 3: Ultra M Services Platform
  • Ultra Services Platform Architecture
  • Ultra M VNF Architecture
  • Ultra Automation Services
  • Elastic Services Controller
  • OpenStack and Ultra Automation Services
Module 4: VPC-DI Overview and Operation
  • Virtual Packet Core Evolution
  • Ultra M Layer 3 Network Topology
  • VPC-DI Network Topology
  • VPC-DI Packet Flows
Module 5: Ultra M Installation and Deployment
  • Reviewing the Ultra M System Components
  • Planning the Network for Installation and Deployment
  • Deploying Hyperconverged Ultra M Models Using UAS
  • Deploying VNFs Using AutoVNF
  • Ultra Automation Services
Lab outline
  • Lab 1: Install and Setup KVM Hypervisor
  • Lab 2: Create the OSP-D KVM VM
  • Lab 3: OSP-D Undercloud Installation
  • Lab 4: Creating the Overcloud VM Nodes
  • Lab 5: Preparing the Overcloud
  • Lab 6: Overcloud Installation
  • Lab 7: Deploying the VNF
  • Lab 8: Exploring the Management Switch and the Leaf and Spine
Entrenamiento en línea

Duración 5 días

Precio (sin incluir impuestos)
  • Online Training:
    Country: PA
    US$ 3.000,-
  • Online Training:
    Country: AR
    US$ 3.000,-
  • Online Training:
    Country: CL
    US$ 3.000,-
  • Online Training:
    Country: CO
    US$ 3.000,-
  • Online Training:
    Country: CR
    US$ 3.000,-
  • Online Training:
    Country: MX
    US$ 3.000,-
  • Online Training:
    Country: PE
    US$ 3.000,-
Classroom training

Duración 5 días

Precio (sin incluir impuestos)
  • Panama:
    Country: PA
    US$ 3.000,-
  • Argentina:
    Country: AR
    US$ 3.000,-
  • Chile:
    Country: CL
    US$ 3.000,-
  • Colombia:
    Country: CO
    US$ 3.000,-
  • Costa Rica:
    Country: CR
    US$ 3.000,-
  • México:
    Country: MX
    US$ 3.000,-
  • Perú:
    Country: PE
    US$ 3.000,-
E-Learning Cisco Digital Learning

Duración 180 días

Precio (sin incluir impuestos)
  • Panama:
    Country: PA
    US$ 1.000,-
Compre E-Learning
 
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