The Implementing Cisco HyperFlex (DCIHX) v1.2 course shows you how to deploy and use the Cisco® HyperFlex™ data platform to support multicloud workloads. You will become familiar with HyperFlex components and learn how to install, design, manage, and troubleshoot Cisco HyperFlex to support highly scalable and resilient multicloud implementations. You will also gain hands-on experience focused on installation, management, maintenance, and native replication, and you will explore cluster technologies as well as Cisco Intersight.™

Who Should Attend

  • Data center engineers
  • Cisco integrators and partners

Course Content

  • Introducing Hyperconvergence and Cisco HyperFlex
  • Describing Cisco UCS: The Foundation of Cisco HyperFlex
  • Describing Cisco HyperFlex Software Components
  • Describing Cisco HyperFlex Hardware Components
  • Installing and Expanding Standard ESXi Cisco HyperFlex
  • Managing Cisco HyperFlex in vSphere Environment
  • Maintaining Cisco HyperFlex
  • Designing Cisco HyperFlex
  • Protecting Your Data
  • Introducing Stretched Cluster
  • Introducing EDGE Cluster
  • Introducing HyperV-Based Standard Cluster
  • Designing Multicloud Data Center with Cisco HyperFlex

Frequently Asked Questions

"DCIHX - Implementing Cisco HyperFlex Course" trainings are given in ("Group - One to one") two different  ways.
The one-to-one tuition fee is 2,310 $.

"DCIHX - Implementing Cisco HyperFlex Course" trainings are given in two different ways.

The tuition fee as a group is 2,080 $. To create a group, you must be at least  2 people.
The one-to-one tuition fee is 2,310 $.

Our "DCIHX - Implementing Cisco HyperFlex Course" trainings are one-to-one 4 days,

Our "DCIHX - Implementing Cisco HyperFlex Course" trainings are group 2 days,
 

 

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