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Advanced Services Cisco Active Network Abstraction (Cisco ANA) 3.7

Prerequisites
Following are the prerequisites for this course: Basic Microsoft Windows user-level knowledge Basic understanding of network management concepts (Simple Network Management Protocol [SNMP], MIBs, and so on) TCP/IP networking experience Oracle administration knowledge Solaris and UNIX system administration knowledge Networking Technologies, MPLS, CE , MToP IOS,XML
Course Content
The Cisco Active Network Abstraction (Cisco ANA) v3.7 course is a modular course that teaches students how to install, configure, customize, and effectively use the Cisco ANA product suite. The student gains understanding of the primary components of the ANA architecture; guidelines for deployment; hardware and software requirements; and the concepts, processes, and tools that allow customization of an ANA management system to meet the specific needs of the customer¿s unique network. The students¿ understanding is deepened by hands-on labs that include installing ANA units, gateway, and client software and utilizing the ANA applications, NetworkVision and EventVision, for network and service discovery and fault detection.
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    Course Objectives

    Upon completion of this course, you should be able to :

    • Describe the ANA architecture, consisting of Cisco ANA gateways, ANA units, and clients.
    • Describe virtual network elements (VNEs), which are the software-based building blocks of the Cisco ANA virtual network model, each one cloning the characteristics and properties of its real-world counterpart Create network maps and build a virtual network model consisting of VNEs.
    • Describe and show how new technology support is managed by ANA, For instance CE, MToP etc.
    • Plan an ANA deployment; review hardware and software requirements.
    • Install the various ANA components.
    • Configure the VNEs.
    • Configure user accounts and ANA security features.
    • Discover and view network inventory information.
    • Visualize and monitor the physical network elements and their logical services.
    • Troubleshoot, manage, and correlate network events and faults.
    • Maintain and troubleshoot the ANA system.
    • Plan for high availability.
      Course Outline
      The course outline is as follows: Cisco ANA Operations Module 1: Cisco ANA Product Overview Module 2: Using Cisco ANA NetworkVision Cisco ANA Installation and Configuration Module 3: Pre-deployment Planning Module 4: Software Installation and Configuration Module 5: Administration Cisco ANA Customization Module 6: Miscellaneous Tools (ANA Shell, Registry Editor, BQL Basics) Module 7: Cisco ANA Soft Properties Module 8: Cisco ANA Command Builder Module 9: Cisco ANA Workflow Editor
      Who Should Attend
      Network administrators, system administrators, and operators System integrators, professional services, and consultants
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  • Duration

     4  Days

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