Introducing Cisco® Cloud Administration (CLDADM) Version 1.1 is a Cisco Training on Demand course. It provides you with the necessary knowledge and skills to perform the essentials of cloud administration and operations. Furthermore, it prepares you for the 210-455 CLDADM exam, one of the two exams necessary to achieve CCNA® Cloud certification. You learn the basic features and operations of Cisco UCS® Director and Cisco Intelligent Automation for Cloud products. It includes coverage of cloud provisioning, management, monitoring, reporting, charge-back models, and remediation.
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The CLDADM Training on Demand course is a self-paced course based on the 5-day instructor-led training version. It consists of 18 sections of instructor video and text totaling more than 3 hours of instruction along with interactive activities, 24 hands-on lab exercises, content review questions, and challenge questions.
This course is designed for cloud engineers, cloud administrators, cloud infrastructure architects, and Cisco integrators and partners who operate and support Cisco cloud products and solutions, as well as those preparing for the 210-455 exam.
After completing this course, you should be able to:
- Describe Cisco UCS Director
- Describe the Cisco Prime™ Service Catalog
- Describe Cisco Virtual Application Container Services
- Identify the components of the Cisco cloud management software solution
- Understand the fundamentals of cloud infrastructure administration
- Explain reporting and charge back
- Provision clouds using preconfigured templates
- Perform cloud management, monitoring, and remediation
The knowledge and skills recommended before attending this course are:
- The topics covered in the Cisco Cloud Fundamentals course
- Understanding common cloud characteristics and cloud service models
- Understanding server virtualization, infrastructure virtualization, and reference architectures for converged infrastructure