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Farhan Ahmed Nadeem

Farhan Ahmed Nadeem has been in the IT field for over 17 years. He has a Master's degree in Electrical Engineering and holds a number of certifications including CCNP/CCNA DC, VCP, CISSP, CCA, and MCSE-EA. Starting with Microsoft certification MCSE-NT in 1997, he always stayed abreast with the latest technologies and server hardware through proactive learning and successful real-world deployments. He has extensive work experience in complex heterogeneous environments comprising various hardware platforms, operating systems, and applications. This exposure gave him broad knowledge in investigating, designing, implementing, and managing infrastructure solutions. He progressively started focusing on virtualization technologies and the Cisco UCS platform and has completed a number of successful UCS deployments with both VMware ESXi and Citrix XenServer hypervisors. When not working with computers, he enjoys spending time with his family.



Prasenjit Sarkar

Prasenjit Sarkar (@stretchcloud) is a senior member of technical staff at VMware Service Provider Cloud R&D, where he provides architectural oversight and technical guidance for designing, implementing, and testing VMware's Cloud datacenters. He is an author, R&D guy, and a blogger focusing on virtualization, Cloud computing, storage, networking, and other enterprise technologies. He has more than 10 years of expert knowledge in R&D, professional services, alliances, solution engineering, consulting, and technical sales with expertise in architecting and deploying virtualization solutions and rolling out new technologies and solution initiatives. His primary focus is on VMware vSphere Infrastructure and Public Cloud using VMware vCloud Suite. His aim is to own the entire life cycle of a VMware based IaaS (SDDC), especially vSphere, vCloud Director, vShield Manager, and vCenter Operations. He was one of the VMware vExperts of 2012 and is well known for his acclaimed virtualization blog http://stretch-cloud.info. He holds certifications from VMware, Cisco, Citrix, Red Hat, Microsoft, IBM, HP, and Exin. Prior to joining VMware, he served other fine organizations (such as Capgemini, HP, and GE) as a solution architect and infrastructure architect.


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Easy to understand, to-the-point and full of info 18. Februar 2014
Von Gaurav Sharma - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I purchased this book to understand the Cisco UCS platform. I had a previous knowledge about this product but still I was looking for some book to help me in my preparation of CCIE-DC. If you have no idea what UCS is about, this may not be the book for you as things are very to-the-point and crisp. This book falls somewhere in middle in terms of low-level and high-level insights into Cisco UCS. One great thing about this book is that this brings the writer's field/work experiences to the plate and that is something worth knowing. There ARE a few errors in the book and I request Farhan to rectify them in next version. As this book has high entropy for Cisco UCS, it is easily covered/completed in 15-20 days and that too leaving you with good knowledge about UCS. One more request to Farhan - since UCS is a product which may lead to good amount of outage if something is done without knowing fully about it - please add 'things to do' and 'things not to do' at the end of the book... you have this section somewhere in the middle. You should have it at the end and that too somewhat more comprehensive. This is a good read altogether.
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Excellent book that takes the right approach 18. März 2014
Von J. T. Schreiner - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I have recently procured some UCS hardware for my environment, but I found out when I turned the server on that things are different with UCS. This book did an excellent job getting me what I needed: a strong overview of the features, concepts, and configurations for my UCS server. An outstanding addition to this book was the section about the UCS simulator. UCS is expensive hardware, something first time learners are not going to be able to afford for a home lab. Covering the simulator and how to setup a home virtual environment was an excellent idea and really shows the author understands the daily struggle server admins have. The book also included excellent troubleshooting tips for when you run into issues, and had a section on the Nexus 1000v that I think most people interested in the product will enjoy. I've had CCIEs personally deliver Nexus 1000v classes to me, and the author's explanations and diagrams were top notch materials. The book starts at the ground level, so you can learn from this book even if you have little to no experience with this, but with a fair amount of experience in server virtualization, I still found this to be interesting and covered a strong depth of material. Highly recommended if you are thinking about employing UCS, or even just want to keep up with the latest technology.
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Excellent Book 15. März 2014
Von fpmurphy - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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If you read this book together with the Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS) by Cisco Press, you will end up with an excellent understanding of UCS. This book covers a lot of material that the other older book does not cover.
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Disapointing 26. April 2014
Von Frederik Jean - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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While reading the description of the book I was thinking it was more with real world situation. In fact it's only information that you can easely on the web. Don't waste you're money.
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A Reference Quality Book on the UCS hardware and management software 15. März 2014
Von Dave McDorman - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I have been demonstrating, selling and installing Cisco Unified Computing Systems for several years and there are *still* aspects to the system that I haven't completely mastered. So, when I saw this new book I jumped at the chance t get a copy for review. This book makes the path to a complete understanding of the UCS system easier than wading through the Cisco Documentation.

I have spent a week with the book and it's as thorough a survey of the UCS hardware, software and implementation processes as I have seen. The authors include a wealth of details that help you understand all the components and the management of a UCS system.

There are 12 Chapters in all with each roughly 30 pages in length:

Chapter 1: Cisco UCS Physical Architecture and Installing UCS Hardware
Chapter 2: Setting Up Lab Using Cisco UCS Emulator
Chapter 3: Configuring Cisco UCS Using UCS Manager
Chapter 4: Configuring LAN Connectivity
Chapter 5: Configuring SAN Connectivity
Chapter 6: Creating Identity and Resource Pools
Chapter 7: Creating and Managing Service Profiles
Chapter 8: Managing UCS through Routine and Advanced Management
Chapter 9: Virtual Networking in Cisco UCS
Chapter 10: Configuring Backup, Restore, and High Availability
Chapter 11: Cisco UCS Failure Scenarios Testing
Chapter 12: Third-party Application Integration

The book is 360 pages and includes a well crafted 11 page dual column index for locating specific topics. The Kindle version uses links from the index to the material and the Packt downloadable PDF product does not.

Most Enterprise Datacenters divide hardware responsibilities into subject area silos:

Servers
Storage
Networking

Comprehending the UCS system forces a new level of knowledge of all three "silos" and that's the real challenge of the mastering a UCS Administration and Implementation role: If you're strong in one area you'll need to raise your game in the other 2.

That's why this book will be a solid reference in any UCS shop: it covers all areas with equal rigor and detail.

How do you add memory to a blade server? Covered.

How do you "isolate and prioritize" storage traffic over a common network uplink? Covered.

How do you get iSCSI boot service from a system that doesn't support VLAN tagging? Covered.

And, maybe most importantly to an engineer interested in Cisco UCS without access to the hardware: there's a chapter on the "Cisco UCS Platform Emulator" software that can be installed and configured on a laptop.

The final chapter covering 3rd party application integration for EMC's UIM, VMware's vSphere and the Cisco Power(CLI)Tool set is also very useful... It can help an Orchestration software engineer pick the right tool to connect management systems together.

Notable ommissions from the book include the UCS Director "orchestration" product, the UCS Central (multi-UCS system manager) and the Microsoft Hyper-V UCS Management... perhaps version 2 will extend the materials to 400+ pages and include these new and additional automation/management products.
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