Cisco DNA Spaces helps resolve physical-space ‘blind spots’ in an organization. Through the Cisco wireless infrastructure, organizations can gain insights into how people and things move throughout their physical spaces. Based on these insights, organizations can drive operational efficiencies by monitoring and managing the location, movement, and utilization of assets.
Upon completion of the first day of the course, you will be able to describe how the DNA Spaces solution drives operational efficiencies in both consumer and enterprise environments. You will be able to cite use cases from major industry verticals. You will be able to identify procedures and applications when implementing DNA spaces in an organization that is getting ‘back to business’ during the Covid-19 period. You will be able to describe the three phases that comprise the DNA Spaces solution ‘SEE - ACT - EXTEND’. In addition, you will learn the solution’s security features in the context of customer data compliance requirements, including the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Finally, you will be able to explain the DNA spaces licensing model.
The second and third days of the course you will review both basic and advanced ‘SEE – ACT – EXTEND’ elements. In addition, you will consider Data Analytics in the context of DNA Spaces. You will simultaneously perform a hands-on ‘deep-dive’ into the product. You will obtain an account in the DNA Spaces cloud, and then perform on-boarding of your lab pod’s wireless infrastructure. Subsequently, you will configure the DNA Spaces solution based on the ‘SEE – ACT - EXTEND’ model reviewed in day one. This will include elements such as behavioral metrics, location analytics, captive portals, profiling, customer engagements, Internet of Things, asset identification and management, and API interfaces for streaming and notifications. Through these activities you will familiarize yourself with the DNA Spaces App Center and IoT Device Marketplace.
The course qualifies for 18 Cisco Continuing Education Credits (CE).
Who should attend
The primary audience for this course is as follows:
- Account Managers
- Project Managers
- Pre-sales Engineers
- Implementation Engineers
The knowledge and skills that a learner must have before attending this course are as follows:
- Basic knowledge of networking concepts.
- Basic knowledge of Wi-Fi concepts.
- Basic knowledge of computer security.
Upon completing this course, the learner will be able to meet these overall objectives:
- Explain the DNA Spaces solution and its benefits
- Present use cases based on industry vertical
- Articulate the components and considerations for DNA spaces configuration in the context of Covid-19 ‘Back-to-Business’
- Explain the DNA Spaces three-phased solution approach: SEE-ACT-EXTEND
- Describe the ‘SEE’ phase of DNA Spaces and its components
- Describe the ‘ACT’ phase of DNA Spaces and its components
- Describe the ‘EXTEND’ phase of DNA Spaces and its components
- List and describe the DNA Spaces licensing models
- Explain the DNA Spaces security features in the context of customer data compliance
- Describe the different DNA Spaces components, architectures, and their appropriate use cases
- Describe the different DNA Spaces migration options
- Describe how data analytics provided by DNA Spaces provides business intent
- Discuss the DNA Spaces indoor Internet of Things (IoT) service and its use cases
- Articulate Open Roaming and how it can boost
- Wi-Fi-based revenue stream
- Configure DNA Spaces onboarding
- Configure and demonstrate DNA Spaces IoT Services
- Configure DNA Spaces profiles, engagements, and triggers
- Configure a captive portal
- Perform simple API calls to DNA Spaces