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Nexus 5600 Switches: Flexible, Reliable and widely adopted

Recent trends like big data, BYOD, video and Internet of Things are putting more pressure on over all data center design.   Enterprise architects are looking for cost effective and innovative platforms to stay competitive in the market place.  Each application is unique and the network, storage and compute requirements for scaling and growing these applications are also unique. Cisco Nexus 5600 product portfolio caters to all your data center ne…

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Docker Networking Going Enterprise ?

The second revolution in server virtualization is here.  Virtual Machines were the first revolution that allowed users the ability to run multiple workloads on a single server through a hypervisor. Now the next wave is here.  Linux Containers have recently started to gain momentum with many enterprise customers asking me if they should consider it and if Cisco offered Docker support in the enterprise-grade virtual networking products. I approach…

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#CiscoChampion Radio S1|Ep 35. New Hardware: ISR4ks

…solution? DaSpadeR also what bwhaynes asked, prime, cisco config professional? chris_nickl ok WackoRobie OnePK? VXLAN? CommsNinja Go FISH! DaSpadeR see previous on IPS/sourcefire, throughput results with IPS WackoRobie Q: The ASR1k and CSR1k have both brought VxLAN VTEP with later releases of IOS-XE. Will the 4k series adopt this also? chris_nickl k chris_nickl DaSpapeR that what your looking for? DaSpadeR chris: yes good for now, thanks chris_n…

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Miercom Performance Verified – Cisco Nexus 7700 Delivers Industry’s Highest 100Gbps Scalability, Performance and Availability

This will probably date me, but when I started in telecommunications a few years back, 10-Mbps thin-net Ethernet was the cool new technology. I used to think, “Who would ever need that much bandwidth?” Since then, IT technology has changed dramatically, with applications continually demanding more and more bandwidth. Ethernet switching capacity has advanced by leaps and bounds to keep pace with demand, ratcheting up connectivity speeds from 10 M…

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Cisco and OpenStack: Juno Release – Part 1

The next stable OpenStack release codenamed “Juno” is slated to be released October 16, 2014. From improving live upgrades in Nova to enabling easier migration from Nova Network to Neutron, the OpenStack Juno release will address operational challenges in addition to providing many new features and enhancements across all projects. As indicated in the latest Stackalytics contributor statistics, Cisco has contributed to seven different OpenStack…

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