Unified Fabric will simplify your infrastructure and save you money. The architecture means there are few components to procure, install, power, and maintain.
Category: Data Center
SAN Analytics is an advanced feature of Cisco MDS switches that collects storage I/O metrics from switches independent of host and storage systems.
In the financial sector, high-frequency trading (HFT) is one of the most demanding areas of IT performance.
As applications and devices proliferate and produce a dizzying array of physical, virtualized, and highly distributed workloads, we see the explosion of raw data. Data has become more diverse than ever before – and it is now being created, processed, and stored everywhere, from edge to cloud.
Today, we’re going to talk about NVMe array support over FC using Cisco MDS 9000 series switches, and get to the bottom of why NVMe is so important, why there is so much excitement around NVMe, and why everyone is (storage vendors and customers) eager to implement NVMe.
Oracle Database 19c is a long-term support release of the database, offering customers the best performance, scalability, reliability, and security for all their operational and analytical workloads.
With industry-leading components from Cisco and Pure Storage, FlashStack is a powerful and resilient converged infrastructure solution that will dramatically shorten your time to value. It scales without disruption as your business grows, and provides all-flash speed and reliability for every workload.
Cisco® Data Center Network Manager (DCNM) is the comprehensive management solution for all NX-OS network deployments spanning LAN fabrics, SAN fabrics, and IP Fabric for Media (IPFM) networking in the data center powered by Cisco. DCNM 11 provides management, control, automation, monitoring, visualization, and troubleshooting across Cisco Nexus® and Cisco Multilayer Distributed Switching (MDS) solutions.
Cisco is working with technology partners like IBM so our customers can modernize applications with consistency and simplicity in hybrid environments–bare metal, VMs, and containers–and across the core, cloud, and edge.
Speed and agility are vital for IT organizations to keep up with today’s fast moving, compressed business cycles. Businesses demand rapid deployment of applications and services without platform or infrastructure limitations, as workloads today span traditional on-premises, cloud, and an emerging enterprise edge.