Cisco and Oracle are working together to optimize business solutions for enterprise, service provider and mid-market customers. Cisco Unified Computing System with Oracle technologies, including Oracle Databases, Oracle VM, Oracle Enterprise Linux, Fusion Middleware, and business applications, help global customers transform business and improve performance in the data center.
This year again, Cisco will participate to the Oracle Open World conference at the Moscone Center in San Francisco September 19-23
To know more about our activities at Oracle Open World 2010 , please visit our event site here
In addition of visiting our booth (#711) , here some suggestions in terms of speaking sessions you may want to attend
When formulating your Cloud Computing strategy, as I’ve learned though my work on Cisco Cloud Enablement Services, there are a wide range of topics you should examine before finalising of your approach. This range of considerations will – clearly – be specific to your environment, your opportunities and constraints. In this blog post, I’ll outline these key strategic considerations to help you as you investigate if, how and where cloud could help you [no bias here, no technology religion either!].
If you were at VMworld 2010 in San Francisco , and stopped at the Cisco booth, you probably already realized that starting on September 14th a lot of conversations in the data centers will be about the Cisco’s architectural framework and how it can create a better business impact for the organizations – Here is what Ben Gibson, Cisco VP Data Center Solutions has to say about this September 14th event and the new announcements.
So please register here today, and join Ben and his special guests on September 14th at 9:00 am PSTfor an educational and entertaining conversation.
In talking to our customers, one of the things that I hear consistently is that customers appreciate our open solution stack. What does that mean? Well, a couple of things–first of all, it means that our innovations are individually available–you can connect a UCS to any upstream Ethernet and Fibre Channel switch, you can connect the server of your choice to a Nexus switch and still take advantage of OTV, FabricPath or unified fabric and you can run the Nexus 1000V in pretty much any hardware environment supported by vSphere.
The other thing this means is that we build solutions stacks with insertion points for our partners so our customers can take advantage our our solutions while still working with their favorite data center vendors. Both Vblocks (Cisco, EMC, VMware) and SMT (Cisco, NetApp, VMWare) were initial examples of this approach.
Today, we are adding to the list with a newly announced desktop virtualization solution developed in partnership with Citrix. Desktop virtualization is taking off with our customer for a number of reasons from reducing costs, to faster app deployment, to improving regulatory compliance and we have been listening to what our customers have been asking for.
The new solution with Citrix XenDesktop combines Cisco UCS and Citrix desktop virtualization technologies including FlexCast™ and HDX™, to deliver a cost-effective, scalable and high-performance solution for hosting, securing and optimizing the delivery of virtual desktops and applications.
In this video Ben Gibson of Cisco and Gordon Payne of Citrix discuss the announcement:
Of course, we are not going to roll out a me-too solution….