CCIE 360 Voice - ILT Workshop 2
Standard Price: $ 4895.00
Course Length: 5 days
Individuals who execute Cisco advanced business analysis and design techniques have senior-level responsibility for Cisco relationships and accounts, or make significant contributions to securing commitments for Cisco products and/or service purchases. These practitioners have leadership responsibility to meet account revenue goals and work with customers to achieve their desired enterprise and strategic outcomes through the implementation and adoption of technology solutions.
Practitioners generally work with major global and/or large enterprise customers and they are involved with the customer’s business transformation and innovation process for more complex, leading edge or high-scale use of technology. These individuals also serve as role models, mentors, and leaders for account team professionals who are earlier in their career.
As part of this class, in addition to practical course work, ancillary materials are provided to enable individuals to successfully define technology solutions that drive business outcomes in their everyday job role.
This course will prepare students for the BTEABVD – Executing Cisco Advanced Business Value Analysis and Design Techniques 840-425 exam.
In this course, you will learn the conceptual, intermediate, and detailed design of a network infrastructure that supports desired network solutions over intelligent network services in order to achieve effective performance, scalability, and availability. This is an advanced course designed for CCNA and CCDA certified personnel, or those with equivalent experience in routing and switching Cisco networks. You will learn how to apply Cisco network solution models and recommended design practices, to provide viable and stable enterprise internetworking solutions.
Additionally, you will learn the concepts that are necessary to design converged enterprise networks. You will also cover enterprise campus, data center, e-commerce, IP addressing and routing, security solutions, VPNs, IP multicast, and security in a borderless cloud environment.
In this course, you will learn the basics of how to install, configure, operate, and maintain a wireless network, both as an add-on to an existing wireless LAN (WLAN) and as a new Cisco Unified Wireless Networking solution.
This course will build on WLAN terms, concepts, protocols, architecture, and characteristics introduced in the Defining Cisco Wireless LAN Essentials (WLE) e-learning course. In this course you will investigate the components, features, and deployment aspects of the system. You will have the opportunity to reinforce what you learn with hands-on labs. This course focuses on the essential network elements of a WLAN: the access points (APs) and wireless LAN controllers (WLCs).
This course provides high-level information about the optional but recommended network management and services appliance components of a Cisco Unified Wireless Network-the Cisco Prime Infrastructure (PI) and Mobility Services Engine (MSE)-but does not provide hands-on labs and in-depth coverage of these components. The Cisco management platform and MSE are covered in more depth in a separate course: Managing Cisco Wireless Networks with Prime Infrastructure (MWNPI).
Cisco Unified Contact Center Enterprise Administration (UCCE-A) is a 5-day instructor-led course that prepares learners to administer the Cisco Unified CCE v11.5 solution. This course will provide the student with the basic knowledge to understand the Cisco Unified CCE deployment solution and requirements for basic ACD and IVR configurations to include using ICM Configuration Manager and associated utilities, setting up agents, providing for basic IVR activities, and using the Cisco Finesse Agent desktop.
This course will also provide knowledge on how to use the ICM Script Editor and associated utilities to implement basic routing techniques, routing for transfers, ring-no-answer conditions, and Precision Routing.
Lastly, thisï¿½course provides basic overall knowledge on Cisco Unified Intelligence Center deployments and how to use the reporting interface to access, view, and personalize report templates and dashboards.ï¿½