DESGN 3.0: Network Programmability & Data Center Component Design

Cisco DESGN 3.0
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Explore network programmability concepts when designing for the next generation network. Examine data center considerations such as load balancing, block vs. non-blocking at Layer 2, and using DCI across multiple data centers, as you prepare for the 200-310: Designing for Cisco Internetwork Solutions certification exam.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • define Application Programming Interface
    identify characteristics of Cisco’s Application Centric Infrastructure
    identify characteristics of SDN layers
    recognize the purpose of a northbound interface on an SDN controller
    specify benefits of standardized models
  • define characteristics of network-based load balancing
    identify a disadvantage of application load balancing
    identify best practices for connecting servers to oversubscribed ports
    recognize reasons to configure a DCI across multiple data centers
    specify Cisco recommendations for DCI deployment

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