Performance Management 3.6 Foundations 200

PT26771
Summary
The Performance Management 3.6 Foundations 200 course is designed to help you manage the performance and availability of your service delivery infrastructure more efficiently—whether physical, virtual, or cloud based. Through practical hands-on lab exercises, you will set up data collection, discover devices, and configure monitoring. You will also configure user administration, email scheduling, and the user interface. In addition, you will gain experience troubleshooting various problems. By attending this class, you will discover how Performance Management can give you greater visibility and control of your underlying infrastructure and traffic composition, which will help you reduce costs, increase efficiency, and enhance performance and availability across your service delivery infrastructure.
Prerequisites
Students should have a good understanding of network infrastructure management.
Duration
3 Days/Lecture & Lab
Audience
This course is intended for those who manage the performance and availability of the service delivery infrastructure.
Topics
  • Describe Performance Management
  • Observe a Basic Use Case: Network Performance
  • Discover Devices
  • Configure Monitoring
  • Examine Grouping Strategy, Users, and Notification
  • Customize the User Interface
  • Troubleshooting Performance Manager

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