Updated Cisco 350-080 CCIE practice exam

Latest Cisco certification 350-080 CCIE practice exam released. Cisco changed most exams recently, including 350-080 CCIE Data Center Written Exam. 300-115.com updated the latest Cisco 350-080 CCIE practice exam for the candidates.

The Cisco CCIE® Data Center Written Exam (350-080) version 1.0 is a 2-hour test with 90−110 questions that will validate that a data center engineer has expert knowledge about planning, designing, implementing, operating, and troubleshooting Cisco data center technologies. The exam is closed book and no outside reference materials are allowed.

300-115.com released 90 real exam pdf questions and answers for the candidates to prepare their 350-080 CCIE Data Center Written Exam. More attention, 300-115.com offers the actual practice exam which designed according to the CCIE Data Center Written Exam 350-080 exam topic.

1.0 Cisco Data Center Architecture 10%

1.1 Describe the Cisco data center architecture
1.2 Describe the products that are used in the Cisco data center architecture
1.3 Describe the Cisco unified I/O solution in access layer
1.4 Determine which platform to select for use in the different data center layers

2.0 Cisco Data Center Infrastructure-Cisco NX-OS 20%

2.1 Describe Cisco NX-OS features
• 2.1.a Describe the architecture of Cisco NX-OS
• 2.1.b Describe Cisco NX-OS process recovery
• 2.1.c Describe Cisco NX-OS supervisor redundancy
• 2.1.d Describe Cisco NX-OS systems file management
• 2.1.e Describe Virtual Output Queuing (VOQ)
• 2.1.f Describe virtual device contexts (VDCs)
• 2.1.g Configure and troubleshoot VDCs
• 2.1.h Describe fabric extension via the Cisco Nexus family
2.2 Design and implement Cisco NX-OS Layer 2 and Layer 3 functionality
• 2.2.a Describe VLANs
• 2.2.b Describe PVLANs
• 2.2.c Describe Spanning Tree protocols
• 2.2.d Describe port channels and virtual port channels
• 2.2.e Compare and contrast vPC options
• 2.2.f Describe basic features of routing protocols in a data center environment
• 2.2.g Implement jumbo frames end-to-end in a data center
• 2.2.h Describe Cisco FabricPath
• 2.2.i Describe VRF-Lite in a data center environment
• 2.2.j Validate configurations and troubleshoot problems and failures using command line, show, and debug commands
2.3 Describe multicast
• 2.3.a Describe multicast operation in a data center environment
• 2.3.b Describe basic PIM configuration
• 2.3.c Describe IGMP operation and configuration on the Cisco Nexus platform
• 2.3.d Validate configurations and troubleshoot problems and failures using command line, show, and debug commands
2.4 Describe basic Cisco NX-OS security features
• 2.4.a Describe AAA services
• 2.4.b Describe RBAC, SSH, and SNMPv3
• 2.4.c Describe control plane protection and hardware rate limiting
• 2.4.d Describe IP ACLs, MAC ACLs, and VLAN ACLs
• 2.4.e Describe port security
• 2.4.f Describe DHCP snooping, dynamic ARP inspection and IP source guard
• 2.4.g Validate configurations and troubleshoot problems and failures using command line, show, and debug commands
2.5 Implement Cisco NX-OS high-availability features
• 2.5.a Describe first-hop routing protocols
• 2.5.b Describe graceful restart and nonstop forwarding
• 2.5.c Describe OTV
• 2.5.d Describe the ISSU process
• 2.5.e Validate configurations and troubleshoot problems and failures using command line, show, and debug commands
2.6 Implement Cisco NX-OS management
• 2.6.a Describe Cisco DCNM LAN features
• 2.6.b Implement SPAN and ERSPAN
• 2.6.c Implement embedded Ethernet analyzer and NetFlow
• 2.6.d Describe XML for network management and monitoring
• 2.6.e Describe SNMP for network management and monitoring
• 2.6.f Describe and implement EEM
• 2.6.g Describe configuration management in Cisco Data Center Network Manager
• 2.6.h Describe Smart Call Home
• 2.6.i Detail connectivity and credentials that are required for Cisco DCNM
• 2.6.j Validate configurations and troubleshoot problems and failures using command line, show, and debug commands

3.0 Cisco Storage Networking 15%

3.1 Describe standard-based SAN protocols
• 3.1.a Describe Fibre Channel standards and protocols
• 3.1.b Describe SCSI standards and protocols
• 3.1.c Describe iSCSI standards and protocols
• 3.1.d Describe FCIP standards and protocols
3.2 Implement the features of Fibre Channel protocols
• 3.2.a Describe port channel, ISL, trunking, and VSANs
• 3.2.b Design basic and enhanced zoning
• 3.2.c Describe Fibre Channel domain parameters
• 3.2.d Describe Cisco Fabric services and benefits
• 3.2.e Design and implement proper oversubscription in a Fibre Channel environment
• 3.2.f Validate proper configuration of Fibre Channel storage-based solutions
3.3 Implement IP storage-based solution
• 3.3.a Implement FCIP
• 3.3.b Describe iSCSI and its features
• 3.3.c Validate proper configuration of IP storage-based solutions
3.4 Design and describe Cisco NX-OS Unified Fabric features
• 3.4.a Describe Fibre Channel features in the Cisco NX-OS environment
• 3.4.b Describe Fibre Channel over Ethernet protocol and technology
• 3.4.c Design and implement data center bridging protocol and lossless Ethernet
• 3.4.d Design and implement QoS features
• 3.4.e Describe NPV and NPIV features in a Cisco Unified Fabric environment
• 3.4.f Describe FCoE NPV features
• 3.4.g Describe different Cisco Unified Fabric Switch modes of operations
• 3.4.h Describe multihop FCoE
• 3.4.i Describe and configure universal ports
• 3.4.j Validate configurations and troubleshoot problems and failures using command line, show, and debug commands
3.5 Design high-availability features in a standalone server environment
• 3.5.a Describe server-side high availability in the Cisco Unified I/O environment
• 3.5.b Describe the converged network adapter that is used in FCoE topologies
• 3.5.c Configure NIC teaming
3.6 Implement SAN management
• 3.6.a Describe device manager for element management
• 3.6.b Describe configuration management in Cisco Data Center Network Manager
• 3.6.c Describe the connectivity and credentials that are required for DCNM-SAN
• 3.6.d Describe how to monitor and trend utilization with the DCNM Dashboard

4.0 Cisco Data Center Virtualization 20%

4.1 Implement data center virtualization with Cisco Nexus 1000V
• 4.1.a Describe the Cisco Nexus 1000V and its role in a virtual server network environment
• 4.1.b Describe VEM on Cisco Nexus 1000V
• 4.1.c Describe VSM
• 4.1.d Describe the Cisco Nexus 1010 physical appliance and components
• 4.1.e Describe port profiles and use cases in Cisco Nexus 1000V
• 4.1.f Describe QoS, traffic flow and IGMP snooping in Cisco Nexus 1000V
• 4.1.g Describe network monitoring on Cisco Nexus 1000V
• 4.1.h Explain the benefits of DHCP snooping in a VDI environment
• 4.1.i Describe how to intercept traffic using Cisco vPath and its benefits
• 4.1.j Describe and implement Cisco Nexus 1000V port channels
• 4.1.k Describe Virtual Service Domain
• 4.1.l Validate configurations and troubleshoot problems and failures using command line, show, and debug commands

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