Nutanix Certified Professional Enterprise Cloud Administration v5.15 Training

Course 1765

  • Duration: 4 days
  • Exam Voucher: Yes
  • Language: English
  • Level: Intermediate

The Nutanix Enterprise Cloud Administration (ECA) 5.15 course enables administrators (system, network, and storage) to configure and manage Nutanix in the data center successfully.

The course covers many of the tasks Nutanix administrators perform through the use of graphical user interfaces (GUIs) and command line interfaces (CLIs). It also provides insight into a Nutanix cluster’s failover and self-healing capabilities, offers tips for solving everyday problems and provides guidelines for collecting information when interacting with Nutanix Support.

Nutanix Certified Professional Training Delivery Methods

  • In-Person

  • Online

Nutanix Certified Professional Training Information

In this Nutanix Certified Professional ECA course, you will learn how to do the following:

  • Manage and secure Nutanix clusters.
  • Manage virtual Machines.
  • Create and configure storage containers.
  • Prioritize essential life cycle operations.



Exam Information

This course helps you prepare for and work towards the Nutanix Certified Master - Multicloud Infrastructure (NCM-MCI) certification. For complete details on the exam, download NCP-MCI Exam Blueprint Guide [PDF] from Nutanix.

Nutanix Certified Professional Training Outline

The section describes the history of cloud computing, explains the Nutanix HCI solution, walks you through the components of the Nutanix Enterprise Cloud, and explains the relationship between physical and logical cluster components.

In this section, you will use the Prism console to monitor a cluster, configure a cluster using various interfaces, use the REST API Explorer to manage the cluster, and learn how to deploy Nutanix-specific PowerShell cmdlets.

This section shows how to secure a Nutanix cluster through user authentication, SSL certificate installation, and cluster access control.

This section explains how to configure managed and unmanaged Acropolis networks and describes the use of Open vSwitch (OVS) in Acropolis. You will learn how to display and manage network details, differentiate between supported OVS bond modes, and gain insight into default network configurations.

This section shows you how to upload images and create and manage virtual machines.

In this section, you will use the Health Dashboard to monitor a cluster’s health and performance. You will also use Analysis Dashboard to create charts that you can export with detailed information on various components and metrics.

This section discusses creating and configuring storage containers, including the storage optimization features: deduplication, compression, and erasure coding.

Using Nutanix Move, this section shows how to migrate workloads to a cluster running AHV. This is followed by a lab where a VM running on a Nutanix cluster configured with ESXi is migrated to a Nutanix cluster running AHV.

This section gives you detailed information on Nutanix Volumes, which provides highly available, high-performance block storage through a few easy configuration steps. It also discusses Nutanix Files.

This section shows how Nutanix provides comprehensive data protection at all levels of the virtual data center: logical and physical.

Data can be replicated between Nutanix clusters synchronously and asynchronously. This section shows how to configure a Protection Domain (PD) and Remote Sites, recover a VM from a PD, and perform a planned failover of a PD.

Having discussed and used Prism Element earlier, this section looks at the capabilities of Prism Central. With the added functionality provided by a Pro license, the focus is on features related to monitoring and managing multiple activities across a set of clusters.

This section shows you where to locate and how interpret cluster-related log files. In addition, you will take a closer look at the Nutanix Support Portal and online help.

This section outlines essential life-cycle operations, including starting/stopping a Nutanix cluster and starting/shutting down a node. You will also learn how to expand a cluster, manage licenses, and upgrade the cluster’s software and firmware.

In this section, you will understand various configurations and requirements specific to a ROBO site. This includes hardware/software, Witness VM, networking, failure, recovery scenarios for two-node clusters, and the seeding process.

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Nutanix Certified Professional Training FAQs

• The primary audience for the course includes administrators, architects, and business leaders who manage Nutanix clusters in the data center and anyone seeking the Nutanix Certified Professional - Multicloud Infrastructure (NCP-MCI) certification.
• The secondary audience includes managers and technical staff seeking information to drive purchase decisions.

Yes! We know your busy work schedule may prevent you from getting to one of our classrooms which is why we offer convenient online training to meet your needs wherever you want. This course is available online, in person, or as Private Team Training.

This Nutanix ECA course prepares you for the Nutanix Certified Professional - Multicloud Infrastructure (NCP-MCI) certification [PDF]. For complete details on the exam, download NCP-MCI Exam Blueprint Guide [PDF] from Nutanix.

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