Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI) Introduction

| February 28, 2017

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Join the world’s most highly respected and experienced team of CCIE instructors for 10+ hours of comprehensive Data Center v2 video training. This online course is taught by Brian McGahan, CCIEx4 #8593 (Routing & Switching, Data Center, Security, Service Provider), CCDE #2013::13 (Design). Follow along as Brian explains and demonstrates the technologies related to Cisco’s Nexus Switching - ACI, and how it fits into Cisco’s modern Data Center v2 design. This course is part of the CCIE Data Center v2 Bundle.

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