Cisco IT manages roughly 2,000 Cisco UCS C-series rack servers in multiple data centers around the world. Business teams use them for financial databases, security video storage, file backups, Hadoop, our on-premises private cloud, and more.
For the seventh year in a row, we were named a Leader in Gartner’s 2019 Magic Quadrant for Application Performance Monitoring Suites. It’s something I’m incredibly proud of, but this wouldn’t have happened without our amazing team, and of course, our customers.
Businesses rely on IT to differentiate in any industry by providing better services and user experiences in today’s Digital World. The network has evolved, and it plays a key role in this journey. I often get asked about my top recommendations when building Enterprise Data Center Networks and I wanted to share my thoughts with you
LF Edge, it was announced in late January by the Linux Foundation. LF Edge is a new umbrella organization that aims to establish open, interoperable frameworks for edge computing independent of hardware, silicon, cloud, or operating system.
What if you could go for a ride-along with a Cisco Cloud Services rep for a week? Wouldn’t that be the best?! Really—think about it. You’d get to pop in to a bunch of different businesses and hear first-hand what they’re struggling with when it comes to cloud implementation, plus you’d get to hear how the Services team recommends they address those struggles.
The newly announced Cisco CloudCenter Suite does just that, via a single solution that works across multiple clouds, doing what many other tools do separately or only for specific clouds.
Any combination of public and private clouds, The ability to exchange tools and data between one private cloud and one public cloud in a seamless manner.
Currently, multinational enterprises are facing a huge range of challenges as globalization, digitization and new IT solutions like Cloud or IoT services are calling for new, innovative networking solutions.