Posted by: Mudassir Ali | May 5, 2013

BYOD Demonstrations

https://communities.cisco.com/docs/DOC-33182

BYOD Demonstrations

Demonstrations Description
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Hosted Demo v1 dCloud BYOD demo Environment.
BYOD Hosted Demo VoD
Unified Access Hosted Demo v1 Coming Soon!  Everything from current BYOD dCloud PLUS Enhancements include: Faster, More Flexible, and Consistent using the dCloud Endpoint Kit

Supporting Product Demonstrations

Identity Services Engine

Demonstrations Description
Cisco TrustSec 2.0 with ISE dCloud TrustSec 2.0 / ISE Environment

AnyConnect

Demonstrations Description
AnyConnect Flash Demonstration Click through demontration for AnyConnect (Flash Driven)

Jabber

Demonstrations Description
Collaboration v9.0 Transform Work with Collaboration The Collaboration 9.0 demonstration allows Cisco Field and Channel Partners to show the user experience of Cisco Collaboration technologies in the context of a users daily life. This demonstration focuses on the interactions of business colleagues and clients through Cisco Collaboration solutions such as Cisco Jabber and Cisco WebEx. The customization features of dCloud deliver full administrative access so you can truly make this demonstration your own or perform in-depth administrative demonstrations.

Roll Your Own Demonstrations

Demonstrations Description
ISE Not-For-Resale Virtual Appliance The Cisco Identity Service Engine (ISE) partner bundle provides Cisco ISE VMware image with perpetual license for basic and advanced services for 20 endpoint devices. This software bundle is for customer demonstration purpose only and it is not intended to be used in production environment, proof-of-concept or resale.Supporting documentation including configuration guide and demonstration script are distributed on the media.
Prime Infrastructure Not-For-Resale Virtual Appliance Trial software download for Prime Infrastructure (60-day/100-devices) and Prime LMS (90-day/5000-devices, Windows).  There are also NFR version (365-day/100-device) downloads for labs.
AnyConnect Mobile Demo and Eval Licenses 90-day AnyConnect Mobile license to enable handheld/tablet VPN connectivity to the ASA.
Evaulation Licenses for Wireless LAN Controllers Cisco 2500 Series Wireless Controllers Eval LicenseCisco 5500 Series Wireless Controllers Eval LicenseCisco 5500 Series Wireless Controllers AP Eval License

Cisco 7500 Series Wireless Controller Eval License

Cisco Wireless Controller on SRE for ISR G2 Eval License

SRE WLC Base license (Free)

Unified Communications Partner Bundle Offer Not-For-Resale Kit Includes virtual appliances and licenses to setup Cisco Unified Communications Manager and Cisco Unified Presence, plus lots of other software to spin up call control, video, IM, and presence using Jabber.Also includes licenses for:

  • Cisco Jabber for Android
  • Cisco Jabber for iPad
  • Cisco Jabber IM for iPhone
  • Cisco Jabber for iPhone
  • Cisco Jabber for Mac
  • Cisco Jabber for Windows
Build Your Own Demo Kit Tremendous efforts have been made to assist partners in performing customer facing demonstrations.  This VoD discusses that progress and introduces a series of VoDs you can use to Build Your Own Demonstration kit.  You will find the links to those resources below.

  1.     Part 1 – Controller CLI Configuration       [9 minutes]
  2.     Part 2 – Compact Switch Configuration   [9 minutes]
  3.     Part 3 – Controller GUI Configuration      [18 minutes]
  4.     Part 4 – ESXi Server Configuration         [16 minutes]

Demonstrations

BYOD Virtual Training

Virtual Training Description
BYOD Smart Solution Overview Cisco BYOD Smart Solution—New Advantages, New Opportunities: Webcast Recording and Presentation
Partner Accelerator – Sales Training Selling the Cisco BYOD Smart SolutionThis 20-minute course provides a solution overview as well as sales tips for account managers:

  • Course Introduction (Video – 0:52 min)
  • Topic 1: Workspace Evolution (Video – 2:58 min)
  • Topic 2: Cisco BYOD Smart Solution (Video – 2:33 min)
  • Topic 3: Cisco BYOD Smart Solution Building Blocks (Video – 3:52 min)
  • Topic 4: Cisco BYOD Smart Solution Use Cases (Video – 4:30 min)
  • Topic 5: Partner Next Steps (Video – 2:50 min)
Partner Accelerator – Sales Engineer Training The BYOD Smart Solution for System Engineers consists of three lessons (66 minutes):Lesson 1: Cisco BYOD Smart Solution (27:09 minutes)
The objective of this lesson is to review Cisco BYOD Smart Solution and its componentsLesson 2: Cisco BYOD Smart Solution Design and Deployment (26.40 minutes)
The objective of this lesson is to review Cisco Identity Service Engine design and deployment strategies.

Lesson 3: Cisco BYOD Deployment Models (12:46 minutes)
The objective of this lesson is to exam the common BYOD design use cases and then cover the BYOD implementation use case in health care setting.

Partner Accelerator – Field Engineer Training The BYOD Smart Solution for Field Engineers consists of four lessons (96 minutes):Lesson 1: Components and ISE architecture (14:53 minutes)The objective of this lesson is to describe Cisco ISE communication and interaction with other systemcomponents that comprise the BYOD Smart Solution.Lesson 2: Secure Access (39:27minutes)
The objective of this lesson is to describe how authentication techniques and authorization policies create secure network access in a BYOD environment.

Lesson 3: Device Preparation (29:38 minutes)
The objective of this lesson is to describe how ISE Identity Services facilitate preparing person devices to gain access to corporate networks.

Lesson 4: Endpoint Health and Management (12.41minutes)
The objective of this lesson is to describe how ISE posturing evaluates endpoint health and to overview management tools available in the BYOD product toolkit.

PartnerFIRST BYOD Event Replays From the March 2013 Live Event.  Covers many aspects of BYOD.  The level of depth ranges from overview to deep technical.Day 1Introduction and Errata

BYOD – Welcome and Opening

BYOD Smart Solution Overview and Positioning

BYOD Enterprise Architecture

BYOD Partner Programs and Enablement

BYOD dCloud Demo

Executive Roundtable

Day 2

Security Strategy

BYOD – ISE 1.2

One Management Prime Infrastructure

Day 3 and Design Sessions

Unified Access Deep Dive

BYOD – Campus Deep Dive

BYOD – Jabber/WebEx

BYOD Event Close

High Density Wireless Design

BYOD SBA Design

BYOD CVD 2.1 Overview Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) solutions promise the choice of any device and anywhere, anytime access, but present new challenges for IT organizations. The Cisco BYOD architecture employs technologies that provide IT the controls to ensure access and data security while providing end users their choice of devices for productivity.Agenda:
•Customer Requirements
•What is the BYOD Solution Strategy
-Design approaches: Native Device & Virtualized
-Evolving roles of ISE and MDMs
•What are We Doing to Prove It Works
•What are the Cisco Differentiators
•How are We Helping Customers Deploy
•Moderated Q&A
BYOD CVD 2.2 Overview This session provides you with a preview of the BYOD 2.2 Cisco Validated Design scheduled to publish on Cisco.com in November, 2012.  The BYOD system CVD is the foundation of the Cisco BYOD Smart Solution and this 2.2 CVD release builds on the BYOD Smart Solution 2.1 CVD (July, 2012) and extends the BYOD system capabilities in ways you’ll learn about in this webcast.Agenda:

  • BYOD Smart Solution Update
  • Customer Use Cases
  • BYOD Smart Solution CVD 2.2 Preview
    • BYOD Cisco Validated Design Overview
    • CVD 2.2 Preview
    • BYOD Smart Solution Roadmap
  • Moderated Q&A
BYOD CVD 2.1 Deep Dive Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) solutions promise the choice of any device and anywhere, anytime access, but present new challenges for IT organizations. The Cisco BYOD architecture employs technologies that provide IT the controls to ensure access and data security while providing end users their choice of devices for productivity.Agenda-Intro: BYOD, MDM & ISE

-BYOD 2.1 Building Blocks

-BYOD 2.1 Use Cases

-Solution Infrastructure

-Wired Policy Enforcement

-User Experience

-Cisco AnyConnect

-Lost or Stolen Devices

-System Testing

BYOD CVD 2.2 Deep Dive This session provides a Design Deep Dive review of the BYOD Smart Solution Cisco Validated Design 2.2 which was published to Design Zone for BYOD on Cisco.com on November 12, 2012. The BYOD system CVD is the foundation of the Cisco BYOD Smart Solution and this 2.2 CVD release builds on the BYOD Smart Solution 2.1 CVD (July, 2012) and extends the BYOD system capabilities in ways you’ll learn about in this webcast.Agenda:

  • Device enrolling, provisioning
  • Mobile Devices (ISE, MDM, PKI)
  • Branch deployments using FlexConnect
  • Workstations
  • Remote Devices
  • Lost and Stolen Devices
  • Guest Access / Rate Limiting
  • Cisco BYOD and Policy Management
Voice of the Engineer – Security Architectures: BYOD Smart Solution The BYOD Smart Solution provides a comprehensive approach to effectively design, manage, and control the access of a bring-your-own-device (BYOD) network. This complete solution provides the necessary infrastructure and policy control to enhance user experiences and productivity.SE-Level training that outlines the BYOD Smart Solution and some of the technical components for building out a BYOD architecture.
Voice of the AM – How to Sell BYOD Positioning and selling BYOD for Account Managers.  Includes a demonstration of the end-user experience with an iPad.

Supporting Product Virtual Training

Identity Services Engine

Virtual Training Description
Implementing Identity Services Engine Security Solution Advanced Services Implementing Cisco Identity Services Engine Secure Solutions (ISE) is a 5-day course that is designed to provide students with hands-on lab configuration of the Cisco Identity Services Engine (ISE) running software version 1.0. The Cisco ISE platform takes the place of the Cisco Secure Access Control System (ACS) and Network Admission Control (NAC) servers that are typically used in identity-based networks. The students will implement IEEE 802.1X-based network services using Cisco Catalyst and Nexus switches and Cisco wireless products. The course also addresses solution design, sizing, resiliency, and platform troubleshooting.5-day ILT  Associated cost, see link for details.
Implementing Identity Services Engine for Wireless to Support BYOD The Implementing  Wireless Identify Services Engine (ISE) course is designed to provide the field engineer with design and deployment guidance. The course provides an introduction to BYOD and the fuctional areas needed for Wireless support using ISE 1.1.1. Adoption scenarios are explored along with configuration walk throughs. In addition feature demonstrations and troubleshooting modules provide a real world examples on how to enable features using the Wireless LAN controller and Identify Services Engine.4 hour eLearning
Voice of the Engineer – Security Deep Dives! FE-level training for implementing Identity Services Engine and AnyConnect to support BYOD.
Voice of the Engineer – Security Basics! SE-level training for positioning and spec’ing Identity Services Engine and the ASA to support BYOD.
ISE Lab Walk-Thru Series ***Caution***This content is based on ISE 1.1 (October 2011) and is not the latest release.  Most material is still applicable to configuring the various elements of Identity Services Engine.ISE Deployment

Bootstrapping

Classification

Profiling

Posture

Guest Services

MACSec at the Edge

Security Group Access

Prime Infrastructure

Virtual Training Description
Prime LMS Video Series
Prime Infrastructure 1.2 Video Series
Prime Infrastructure Demo Series Each day, every week the Prime team provides product overview and demo of the Cisco Prime for IT network management products.  Recordings of each session are also available.

Mobility

Virtual Training Description
Unified Access Design Session This design session will cover new features of the new Catalyst 3850 Unified Access switch and the new5760 Wireless LAN controller.  The new and differentiating hardware and software/licensing features of the 3850will be explained, as will network design criteria.  This session will also address the new wireless features in the 3850 and 5760 platforms, and basic design considerations when using these platforms in new & existing wireless networks, especially with regards to compatibility considerations with in current networks.
Introduction to the 5760 Wireless LAN Controller Tech Session The 5760 is the new IOS-XE –based wireless LAN controller that enables the new unified access architecture, supporting up to a thousand APs and offering 60 Gbps.  In this new offering, you will learn:

  • Bootstrapping via CLI
  • Port configuration via CLI
  • WLAN configuration via CLI
  • AP management via CLI
  • ISE integration of the WLC
  • WLAN 802.1x Security Utilizing domain credentials
Wireless Basics and New Unified Access Features on the Catalyst 3850 Tech Session Come learn how to deploy a WLAN on a 3850 switch.  Then learn how to manage both wired and wireless under Cisco’s “One Network” vision as part of a Unified Access strategy.  In this new offering, You will learn:

  • Implement wireless licensing on the 3850
  • Configure the 3850 as a mobility coordinator (WLC)
  • Verify association of the AP and CAPWAP to the 3850
  • Configure a basic wireless setup using pre-shared keys
  • Configure a basic wireless setup using 802.1x
  • Deploy ISE for active directory integration
  • Deploy a single quality of service (QoS) policy for both wired and wireless client
Mobility Tech Talk Series Join the Connected Architectures Partner Organization for this series where we provide deep technical content directly to the Mobility Partner Community. Sessions will cover key topics in Cisco Wireless and Mobility solutions and slides and recordings will be available for download below for all past sessions. Seminars will address critical areas such as the following:

  • Cisco Wireless Deployment Models
  • Unified Access
  • Secure Mobility
  • Performance Optimization
  • RF Design and Antenna Selection
  • Advanced 802.11 Protocols
  • Connected Mobile Experiences
  • WIDS/WIPS and MSE
High Density Wireless Networks for Higher Education In this webinar we’ll discuss the steps IT needs to take to be prepared to accommodate virtually any personal mobile device and expand wireless access campus wide.Hear real-life examples from Jim Florwick, Technical Marketing Engineer at Cisco Systems, and Charles E. Spurgeon, Senior Network Architect at the University of Texas.We’ll cover:

RF Design Guidelines

High Capacity Channel Planning

Client Troubleshooting

Unified Access Lab Self-Study Sessions Catalyst 3850 BasicsIntroduction to the 5760 WLCCatalyst 3850 Wireless Basics

AnyConnect

Virtual Training Description
Voice of the Engineer – Security Deep Dives! AnyConnect Session 1-AnyConnect Overview:

AnyConnect Session 2-Network Access Manager:

AnyConnect Session 3-AnyConnect Mobile:

AnyConnect Session 4-Advanced Configuration:

AnyConnect Session 5-TAC Tips:

  • Common Cases w/ Live Troubleshooting

Jabber

Virtual Training Description
Voice of the Engineer Many, many collaboration themed sessions for SEs and FEs.  Some specific ones that relate to Jabber are:Jabber OverviewJabber Deployment

Jabber Directory Integration Overview

Jabber User Absorption

Jabber Single Sign On with AnyConnect

Jabber/AnyConnect Solution Series The basics of Cisco AnyConnect and Adaptive Security Appliances (ASA) as a secure remote access solution and how this supports the Cisco Jabber Solution.
Jabber Partner Community Webinars Video series dedicated to the installation, configuration, management, and optimization of Jabber.
Jabber “How-To” Videos Configuration and use of Jabber across a number of platforms including Windows, OSX, iOS, and Android
UC Lab Walk-thrus Field Trainer provided walk-thrus for CUP and Workspace:Cisco Unified Presence & The Workspace Experience – Part 1 [Video Demonstration]Cisco Unified Presence & The Workspace Experience – Part 2 [Video Demonstration]

Cisco Unified Presence & The Workspace Experience – Part 3 [Video Demonstration]

Cisco Unified Presence & The Workspace Experience – Part 4 [Video Demonstration]


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