Leveraging Cisco Intent-Based Networking DNA Assurance (DNAAS)
The Leveraging Cisco Intent-Based Networking DNA Assurance (DNAAS) v1.0 course provides you with the skills to monitor and troubleshoot a traditional brownfield network infrastructure by using Cisco® Digital Network Architecture (Cisco DNA™) Assurance. The course focuses on highlighting issues rather than on monitoring data. The advanced artificial intelligence and machine learning features within Cisco DNA Assurance enable you to isolate the root cause of a problem and to take appropriate actions to quickly resolve issues. Cisco DNA Assurance can be used to perform the work of a Level 3 support engineer.
The Leveraging Cisco Intent-Based Networking DNA Assurance (DNAAS) course is also available as part of our Cisco Enterprise Networking Passport, which helps individuals and teams connect people, devices, machines, and applications.
- Monitor, identify, and respond to changing network and wireless conditions
- Automate manual operations to reduce the costs associated with human errors, resulting in more uptime and improved security
- Save time by using a single dashboard to manage and automate your network
- Internet web browser usability knowledge
- Working knowledge of TCP/IP networking
- Familiarity with network management concepts such as Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP), Syslog, and NetFlow
- Prepare Cisco DNA Center for Assurance
- Monitor the Health of Network Devices, Clients, and Applications
- Troubleshoot Network, Client, and Application Issues
- Analyze Wireless Networks with Advanced Assurance Tools
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Length: 3 day
Format: Lecture and Lab
Delivery Method: Virtual / Onsite
Max. Capacity: 16
- Implementing and Administering Cisco Solutions (CCNA)
- Implementing and Operating Cisco Enterprise Network Core Technologies (ENCOR)
Who Should Attend
This course is designed for network and software engineers who hold the following job roles: Network administrators and Network operators