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The Resource Implementing Cisco UCS Solutions

Implementing Cisco UCS Solutions

Label
Implementing Cisco UCS Solutions
Title
Implementing Cisco UCS Solutions
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
A tutorial-based approach which will help you understand the practical methodologies and deploying of Cisco UCS components. If you are a professional such as a system, network, or storage administrator who is responsible for Cisco UCS deployments, this is the perfect book for you. You should have some basic knowledge 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 th
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Ahmed, Farhan
Dewey number
004.35
Index
no index present
Language note
English
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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Sarkar, Prasenjit
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  • Parallel processing (Electronic computers)
  • Virtual computer systems
Label
Implementing Cisco UCS Solutions
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Starting with the initial configuration
Contents
  • Cover; Copyright; Credits; About the Authors; About the Reviewer; www.PacktPub.com; Table of Contents; Preface; Chapter 1:Cisco UCS Physical Architecture and Installing UCS Hardware; Looking at the UCS equipment; Stateless computing; Rapid provisioning of servers; Simplified troubleshooting; Virtualization readiness; Choice of industry-standard form factors; Extended memory technology for increased density; Understanding the physical architecture of UCS; The Cisco UCS FIs; The Cisco UCS blade servers; The Cisco UCS rack-mount servers; Understanding FIs; The Cisco 6296UP FI
  • The Cisco 6248UP FIThe Cisco 6140UP FI; The Cisco 6120UP FI; Exploring connectivity transceivers for FIs; The Cisco UCS 5100 series blade server chassis; A look at the chassis front; A look at the chassis back; Environmental requirements; IOM modules; The Cisco 2208XP IOM card; The Cisco 2204XP IOM card; The Cisco 2104XP IOM card; Blade servers and rack-mount servers; Learning more about blade servers; The B22 M3 blade server; B200 M1/M2/M3 blade servers; B230 M1/M2 blade servers; The B420 M3 blade server; B440 M1/M2 blade servers; Learning more about rack-mount servers
  • The C22 M3 rack-mount serverThe C24 M3 rack-mount server; The C220 M3 rack-mount server; The C240 M3 rack-mount server; The C260 M2 rack-mount server; The C420 M3 rack-mount server; The C460 M2 rack-mount server; Getting started with mezzanine adapters; VICs for blade servers; VIC 1280; VIC 1240; VIC M81KR; VICs for rack-mount servers; VIC 1225; VIC P81E; Power capacity and power plug types; Nonredundant mode; N+1 redundant mode; Grid redundant mode; Installing UCS chassis components; Blade server installation; Installation and removal of CPU; Installation and removal of RAM
  • Installation and removal of internal hard disksInstallation of mezzanine cards; Installation of blade servers on the chassis; Cabling FI and IOM; IOM -- FI cabling topology; IOM -- FI physical cabling; Summary; Chapter 2:Setting up Lab Using Cisco UCS Emulator; Configuring Cisco UCS emulator; System requirements; Hypervisor prerequisites; Installing UCSPE on VMware Player using a ZIP file; Installing UCSPE on VMware Player using an OVA file; Installing UCSPE on VMware Workstation; Installing UCSPE on VMware vSphere ESXi; Using Cisco UCSPE; Configuring network settings
  • Configuring hardware settingsStash area; Adding a new chassis with blade servers; Adding an empty chassis; Configuring and adding a blade server to the chassis; Configuring and adding a rack-mount server; Modifying server components; Launching UCSM using the platform emulator; UCSPE limitations; Summary; Chapter 3:Configuring Cisco UCS Using UCS Manager; Introducing Cisco UCSM; UCSM firmware version; Walking through the UCSM interface; Navigation pane; The Equipment tab; The Servers tab; The LAN tab; The SAN tab; The VM tab; The Admin tab; The Fault Summary area
Control code
ocn867317292
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (370 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781782170679
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)867317292
Label
Implementing Cisco UCS Solutions
Publication
Note
Starting with the initial configuration
Contents
  • Cover; Copyright; Credits; About the Authors; About the Reviewer; www.PacktPub.com; Table of Contents; Preface; Chapter 1:Cisco UCS Physical Architecture and Installing UCS Hardware; Looking at the UCS equipment; Stateless computing; Rapid provisioning of servers; Simplified troubleshooting; Virtualization readiness; Choice of industry-standard form factors; Extended memory technology for increased density; Understanding the physical architecture of UCS; The Cisco UCS FIs; The Cisco UCS blade servers; The Cisco UCS rack-mount servers; Understanding FIs; The Cisco 6296UP FI
  • The Cisco 6248UP FIThe Cisco 6140UP FI; The Cisco 6120UP FI; Exploring connectivity transceivers for FIs; The Cisco UCS 5100 series blade server chassis; A look at the chassis front; A look at the chassis back; Environmental requirements; IOM modules; The Cisco 2208XP IOM card; The Cisco 2204XP IOM card; The Cisco 2104XP IOM card; Blade servers and rack-mount servers; Learning more about blade servers; The B22 M3 blade server; B200 M1/M2/M3 blade servers; B230 M1/M2 blade servers; The B420 M3 blade server; B440 M1/M2 blade servers; Learning more about rack-mount servers
  • The C22 M3 rack-mount serverThe C24 M3 rack-mount server; The C220 M3 rack-mount server; The C240 M3 rack-mount server; The C260 M2 rack-mount server; The C420 M3 rack-mount server; The C460 M2 rack-mount server; Getting started with mezzanine adapters; VICs for blade servers; VIC 1280; VIC 1240; VIC M81KR; VICs for rack-mount servers; VIC 1225; VIC P81E; Power capacity and power plug types; Nonredundant mode; N+1 redundant mode; Grid redundant mode; Installing UCS chassis components; Blade server installation; Installation and removal of CPU; Installation and removal of RAM
  • Installation and removal of internal hard disksInstallation of mezzanine cards; Installation of blade servers on the chassis; Cabling FI and IOM; IOM -- FI cabling topology; IOM -- FI physical cabling; Summary; Chapter 2:Setting up Lab Using Cisco UCS Emulator; Configuring Cisco UCS emulator; System requirements; Hypervisor prerequisites; Installing UCSPE on VMware Player using a ZIP file; Installing UCSPE on VMware Player using an OVA file; Installing UCSPE on VMware Workstation; Installing UCSPE on VMware vSphere ESXi; Using Cisco UCSPE; Configuring network settings
  • Configuring hardware settingsStash area; Adding a new chassis with blade servers; Adding an empty chassis; Configuring and adding a blade server to the chassis; Configuring and adding a rack-mount server; Modifying server components; Launching UCSM using the platform emulator; UCSPE limitations; Summary; Chapter 3:Configuring Cisco UCS Using UCS Manager; Introducing Cisco UCSM; UCSM firmware version; Walking through the UCSM interface; Navigation pane; The Equipment tab; The Servers tab; The LAN tab; The SAN tab; The VM tab; The Admin tab; The Fault Summary area
Control code
ocn867317292
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (370 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781782170679
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)867317292

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