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Fundamentals of Cisco’s Identity Services Engine

- May 2, 2011 - 0 Comments

The Cisco Identity Services Engine continues the relentless march on both policy definition and the all-important, yet difficult to deliver – policy enforcement.  This is a first generation product with a multi-generational pedigree granting it a maturity worth considering for many networks.  We created another one of our fundamental’s explanations for this one humbly think it does a good job of explaining both what the ISE is for and what you should be able to get out of it.

Couple of great places for more information of course.

The ISE 3300 is the appliance form factor to check out for this. But if you can, we would love to see you live at Interop on May 10, 11 and 12.  TechWiseTV is taping live launch content and we will have all the experts on hand, not only for the ISE but for many other new and exciting technologies.

Even if you can’t make it, register now to at least catch the interviews and deep dives!

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