Data Center Unified Computing Support Specialist
Learn how to implement and support a Cisco Unified Computing system solution in a virtualized data center environment.
The Cisco Data Center Unified Computing Support Specialist is designed to test a learner's knowledge of the fundamentals of the Cisco Unified Computing System and their ability to implement a virtualized Data Center environment. Cisco Data Center Unified Computing Support Specialist professionals will also be tested on the following components:
- Implementing the Cisco Unified Computing System B and C Series
- Cisco Unified Computing System in an enterprise data center routing and switching infrastructure
- Next-generation Cisco Nexus product family
No prerequisites required.
Note: Prerequisites NOT applicable for DCUC ATP Partner status. Please visit
Data Center Unified Computing Requirements for specific DCUC ATP Roles and Requirements.
Exams & Recommended Training
|Required Exam(s)||Recommended Training|
|642-999 DCUCI||Implementing Cisco Data Center Unified Computing (DCUCI) v5.0|
|642-035 DCUCT||Troubleshooting Cisco Data Center Unified Computing (DCUCT) v5.0|
|Note to Channel Partners: The Cisco Data Center Unified Computing Design Specialist should not be confused with the Cisco Unified Computing Technology Design Specialist. Channel Partner specializations do not require the specialist badge represented on this page for specialization job role qualification. For more information on job role requirements, please visit the Partner Central Specialization pages. For more information on qualifying exams, please visit the Partner Education Connection.|
Complete one of the following recertification options every two years:
- Re-take and pass all exams for each Specialist certification indicated on the specific certification page. Please note: this includes ALL exams whether refreshed or not.
- Pass a current CCIE or CCDE written exam
Achieving or recertifying CCDE or any CCIE automatically extends your active Specialist certification(s) up to the point of expiration of the last certification achieved.