NterOne Adds Three Exclusive IT Training Classes for Cisco Data Centers

NterOne Expands Training and Certification Catalog with New Classes in Cisco Data Center.

NterOne Corporation, a leading training and consulting resource for IT professionals who need to stay current with the latest enterprise and integration technology, today announced the addition of three new technical classes in Cisco data center administration. These three online Cisco systems training classes are being offered exclusively by NterOne and provide training in NX-OS, unified computing, and DCFSA.

The Cisco Data Center NX-OS for IOS Administrators (DCNXA) program is a five-day, instructor-led course for networking administrators who are migrating their enterprise network from a traditional Cisco IOS routing and switching environment to an enterprise using the Nexus Operating System (NX-OS). This exclusive online training program covers all the key components and procedures needed to install, manage, and troubleshoot the Cisco Nexus 7000, 5000, and 1000 series switches.

The Data Center Unified Computing Administration (DCUCA) program for administrating the Cisco Unified Computing Systems (UCS) is a four-day, instructor-led course designed for IT professionals who need to manage and troubleshoot Cisco UCS B-series and C-series platforms. The training program applies real-world problems to explore the various components of the UCS B and C series, including day-to-day administration and management.

The third exclusive Cisco training class is DCFSA: FlexPod for Data Center Administration, a five-day instructor-led program that provides training in the planning, design, and deployment of a FlexPod integrated platform. Instruction includes how to apply NetApp unified storage, Cisco UCS servers, the Cisco Nexus fabric, and VMware vSphere virtualization. The course is designed using real-world scenarios and examples, and it provides a guide through installation, administration, and troubleshooting of the FlexPod platform and its specific components.

“Staying abreast of the latest data center technology is an ongoing challenge for IT professionals,” said Anthony Hamilton, CEO of NterOne Corporation. “That’s why we are delighted to be able to offer these exclusive classes in the latest Cisco data center platforms. These are just the latest additions to our comprehensive catalog of online training and certification classes. We pride ourselves on having a the most complete offering of enterprise technology training and certification courses available to keep business technology professionals current on the latest tools and techniques.”

NterOne offers training and certification courses in a wide range of computer networking technologies. The company is authorized by Cisco, VMware, Microsoft, CompTia, and other network technology companies to train IT professionals in the latest techniques and enterprise best practices. NterOne offers most of its certification training as self-paced online classes and video courses. The certification program was developed to provide online training to busy IT professionals, allowing them to access classes when they want from anywhere. Classes and training materials are available for virtually any web-accessible video platform.

For more information and NterOne’s training programs, contact (703) 972-2288.

About NterOne Corporation

NterOne Corporation is a trusted global training and consulting company focusing on virtualization technologies, live online training, and consulting services. The founders of NterOne developed this company to exactly identify and contribute to the adequate development of training transitions that are ultimately required for every IT manager, engineer, administrator, and company that expects to not get left behind in today and tomorrow's emerging inevitable network evolution. We are a veteran owned business headquartered in Reston, VA with cloud offices located throughout the Americas. The company operates almost 100% virtually by allowing their employees to work from cloud offices to reduce the company’s overall carbon footprint.