The Cisco ONE Data Center Software for Account Managers (ONEDC) v1.0 is a 1-day instructor-led course that introduces learners to the fundamentals of all Cisco ONE Enterprise Cloud Suite components.

The course can be delivered as a 1-day on-site (delivered in a classroom) or virtual (delivered via WebEx or NIL Technology Led Training (TLT)) course.


Upon completing this course, the learner will be able to meet these overall objectives:
  • Describe Cisco ONE Enterprise Cloud Suite solution and business benefits of a managed cloud offering
  • Describe position of Enterprise Cloud Suite in Cisco ONE Software Suites offering
  • Understand Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) concept
  • Describe private and hybrid clouds and their interaction
  • Understand and describe usage of all Cisco ONE Enterprise Cloud Suite components


The course contains these components:
  • Cisco ONE Enterprise Cloud Suite Solution
    • Challenges, Shifts, Changes in Enterprise IT Services
    • Enterprise Private Cloud
    • Bringing Together the Essential Elements of Private Cloud
    • IDC Info Brief: Business Benefits of Achieving Greater Cloud Adoption
    • Cisco Business Cloud Advisor
    • Cisco Business Cloud Advisor—Case Study Example
    • Cisco ONE Software
    • Cisco ONE Enterprise Cloud Suite (ECS)—Overview
    • Cisco ONE ECS—Positioning, Use Cases, Buyer Conversations, Sales Acceleration
  • UCS Director
    • Single Pane of Glass for Compute, Network, Storage and Virtualization
    • Platform Inventory, Centralized Monitoring and Dashboard
    • Workflows and Orchestration
    • Self-Service Portal
    • Virtual Application Container Services (VACS)
  • Prime Service Catalog
    • Self-Service Portal
    • Application Templates
    • Embedded Stack Designer
    • Service Pricing and Chargeback
    • Lifecycle Management for Service Requests
    • Role-Based Access Control (RBAC)
    • Service Catalog
  • Intercloud Fabric
    • Hybrid Cloud Use Cases
    • ICF Providers
    • ICF Core Services
  • CliQr
    • CliQr CloudCenter

Prerequisite Knowledge

The knowledge and skills that a learner should possess before attending this course are as follows:
  • Familiarity with Cisco UCS product family