Fiber Channel over Ethernet Overview

Fast Lane GmbH
In Hallbergmoos, Düsseldorf, Hamburg und 1 weiterer Standort

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Beschreibung

Fiber Channel over Ethernet Overviewv 1.0 is a 2 day Fast Lane Workshop. This Workshop provides an understanding on the FCoE technology as available today, design and cost con-siderations, virtualization, and future plans.
Gerichtet an: Data Center Architects responsible for managing the Cisco Nexus family including the Cisco Nexus 1000, 2000, 5000 and 7000 products.

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Düsseldorf
Hansaallee 249, 40549, Nordrhein-Westfalen, NRW, Deutschland
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Ludwig-Erhard-Straβe 3, 65760, Hessen, Deutschland
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Hallbergmoos
Am Söldnermoos 17, 85399, Bayern, Deutschland
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Hamburg
Gasstraße 4a, 22761, Hamburg, Deutschland

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· Voraussetzungen

CCNA Certification or equivalent knowledge.

Themenkreis

Zielgruppe
Data Center Architects responsible for managing the Cisco Nexus family including the Cisco Nexus 1000, 2000, 5000 and 7000 products.
Voraussetzungen
CCNA Certification or equivalent knowledge.
Kursziele
Fiber Channel over Ethernet Overviewv 1.0 is a 2 day Fast Lane Workshop. This Workshop provides an understanding on the FCoE technology as available today, design and cost con-siderations, virtualization, and future plans. Upon completing this course, the learner will understand these overall objectives:
  • Fiber Channel Network topologies
  • FC Frame format and Flow Control
  • The Rationale for FCoE
  • FCoE Architecture
  • FCoE Topology/design limitations
  • FCoE virtualization: VE port
  • Equal Cost Multipathing
Kursinhalt
  • Lesson 1 FC Protocol Introduction
    • FC Network topologies
    • FC Frame format and Flow Control
    • Fabric Login, Process Login, FSPF, N_Port Identifier Virtualization (NPIV)
    • N_Port Virtualizer (NPV), The RSCN Process, Standard Fabric Services
    • FC QoS and FC congestion management using Standard FC B2B-based
    • FC QoS and FC congestion management using Standard FC B2B and FCC
    • FC deisign limitations/number of nodes in fabric, fabric diameter, RRT latency
  • Lesson 2 FCoE Protocol and DCB Introduction
    • The Rationale for FCoE
    • FCOE Elements(T11 standard overview)
    • FCoE virtualization: VF port
    • FCoE Architecture
    • FCOE Addressing SPMA and FPMA
    • FCOE Initialization Protocol (FIP)
    • FCoE Topology/design limitations
    • Bridging FCoE traffic paths: VN-to-VF, VF- to-VE, VE-to-VE, VN-to-VN
    • DCB/Enhanced Ethernet Protocol Overview (IEEE standard)
    • DCB Standard Definition Overview
      • PFC Priority Flow Control, Delayed Drop
      • ETS Enhanced Transmission Selection
      • DCBXP Data Center Bridging Exchange
  • Lesson 3 Converged Network Adapters for DCB connectivity
    • vNIC and vHBA connectivity using logical links and VN-links, VN-tags
    • Host-Based Failover in OS
    • NIC Teaming and FC Multipathing Examples
    • QLogic and Emulex CNAs (second generation)
    • FC Blade server connection using NPV mode of connection
    • FC NPIV mode of server connection for VMs and NPV mode
  • Lesson 4 DCB/FCoE Network Character and Design Consideration
    • VLAN-to VSAN mapping
    • FCoE design limitations, NPV mode for FcoE
    • DCB networks congestion management and QoS overview
    • DCB/FCoE lossles fabric architecture/behaviour
    • DCB E_Node, Virtualization support
    • En/Decapsulation support
    • Non-blocking lossless internal switch architecture using VOQ and Central Arbitration
    • Fabric Throughput and low latency transport
    • Congestion mngnt/avoidance for Storage/FCoE traffic and for classical Ethernet Traffic
    • FC point-to-point network topology implementation on DCE network
    • FC switched fabric topology implementation on DCB network
    • Routing classical ethernet-based application using FSPF and STP interaction
    • Bridging FCoE traffic across DCB network
    • DCB/FCoE network redundancy and fabric scalability/limitation design factors
  • Lesson 5 Interface Virtualization and VEB for Virtualization environment
    • VN-Link, IV forwarding tables, DCBX VIC protocol control plane
    • Vfc over Veth and vfc directly over ethernet port deployment
  • Lesson 6 FCoE and DCB congestion management plane virtualization
    • FCoE QoS, QoS queues, Ingress CoS marking, bandwidth guarrentee, etc
    • Classical IP/ethernet QoS, upstream and downstream congestion analysis
    • Extending the boundary QoS to NX1k CoS and DSCP marking
    • Rate Limiting, 802.1q tagging
  • Lesson 7 High Availability with Cisco FCF - Features Review
    • NSF for Data plane traffic all L2, LAN protocols
    • EtherChaneling PortChanneling
    • Logical Interface (LIF,vETH, vFC), logical links
    • VLAN/VSAN, FSPF, vPC, RSTP, PVRST/MST
    • Ethernet and FC PortChannels Implementation overview
  • Lesson 8 FCoE in the Future (FC_BB_5)
    • ECMP multipathing topolgies in the future (with FCF snooping and without)
    • VE-to-VE port
    • FC_BB_6 for FCoE in the future (Control and Data plane separated)
    • FIP Snooping
    • FCoE virtualization: VE port
    • FC FIP Snooping for FC server multihop connection
    • DCB E_Node, Virtualization support
    • NSF for Data plane traffic all L2, SAN protocols
    • Equal Cost Multipathing

Dauer: 2 Tage
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