Building a Better Data Center with Cisco UCS Solutions, Join us at Red Hat Summit to Hear How
Maybe you’re like me, looking for any excuse to hop on a plane to Boston! In this case, I happen to have a good one, Red Hat Summit, which kicks off on June 11th.
Cisco is proud to be a Platinum Sponsor for the event and we’re showing up in full force with a larger booth, more demos, a Cisco keynote, breakout, and a number of new solution areas that we plan to showcase. We’ll have a number of product and solution experts available to share our view on how Cisco Solutions, hosted on UCS infrastructure, are building a better data center.
One presentation you should be sure not to miss is the Cisco Keynote on Wednesday, June 12th at 9:30 AM with Ram Appalaraju, Vice President of Technology, Products and Solutions Engineering at Cisco. It’s safe to say, Ram has an important role at Cisco. He is essentially responsible for delivering Cisco’s Unified Data Center strategy in the form of products and solutions. This will certainly prove to be a presentation not to be missed!
In addition, Han Yang, Product Manager for Cisco Nexus 1000V, will discuss the Nexus 1000V on KVM with OpenStack Integration. Since Han was one of the original Engineers developing the Nexus 1000V, this makes him uniquely qualified to present this breakout. This session will be held in room 312 on Thursday, June 13th at 1:20 pm.
Please see below for the four key solutions that Cisco is showcasing at the Partner Pavillion:
Learn how Cisco is bringing industry leading virtual networking to Red Hat environments with the Nexus 1000V virtual switch running on the KVM hypervisor. Cisco is also supporting OpenStack API’s for programmability and orchestration of the Nexus 1000V virtual overlays. With over 7,000 customers to date, and the broadest portfolio of virtual services and management software, the Nexus 1000V is rapidly becoming the de facto foundation for virtual overlays and cloud networks across all leading hypervisors and cloud orchestration stacks.
Red Hat OpenStack on Cisco Unified Computing System