How do I access Cisco Live?

Use your Explorer or All-Access pass to watch broadcast and Anytime sessions through July 2. All sessions from Cisco Live 2021 now available in the On-Demand Library. Watch for free.

Is Cisco Live 2021 Virtual?

Cisco Live 2021 is a virtual worldwide event with regional content. This is Cisco Systems’ flagship event for customers — though numerous partners also typically attend.

How much does it cost to go to Cisco Live?

It provides access to keynotes, innovation talks, leadership sessions, inspirational and celebration sessions, the World of Solutions, Cisco Showcase, interactive features such as Q&As, plus three months of on-demand access to Anytime and broadcast sessions. All-Access: It costs $349 USD or four Learning Credits.

What is UCS in Cisco?

Cisco UCS helps change the way IT organizations do business. It combines industry-standard, x86-architecture servers with networking and storage access into a single unified system. UCS brings increased productivity, reduced total cost of ownership, and scalability into your data center. Learn more in our UCS solution overview.

What is the introducing Cisco Unified Computing System?

The Introducing Cisco Unified Computing System (DCIUCS) v1.0 is an introductory course that shows you how to deploy, secure, operate, and maintain the Cisco Unified Computing system (Cisco UCS®) B-Series blade servers, Cisco UCS C-Series and S-Series rack servers, and Cisco HyperFlex™ product family for use in data centers.

What will I learn in a Cisco UCS training course?

You will gain hands-on practice on basic Cisco UCS server configuration, performing backup and restore activities, and more. Instructor-led training: 2 days in the classroom with hands-on lab practice

What is a UCS rack server?

Cisco UCS rack servers offers better application performance to improve customer and employee satisfaction. Cisco UCS combines industry-standard servers, networking, and storage access into a single unified system. Address workload challenges with a balance of processor, memory, I/O, and internal storage