Upcoming Webcast with Microsoft MVP Will Shed Light on Nexus 1000V for Hyper-V and SCVMM Integration
[Register here for the webcast: Wednesday, March 6, 2013, 9:00 AM Pacific Time]
If you are running Microsoft Windows Server 2012 in your virtualized data center (or plan to), you’ll want to join us for a detailed webcast on Cisco Nexus 1000V virtual switch for Hyper-V and the integration with Microsoft’s System Center Virtual Machine Manager (SCVMM). We are pleased to have as guest speaker for this webcast Damian Flynn, Infrastructure Architect for Lionbridge Technologies, Corporate IT team. Damian is also a Microsoft 2012 MVP for Datacenter and Cloud. MVP awards are given to exceptional technical community leaders who actively share their high quality, real world expertise with others.
It’s been a very big year for Nexus 1000V so far, with the introduction of Nexus 1000V InterCloud, and our reaching a key milestone of 7,000 virtual switch customers. The Nexus 1000V also continues to play an important role in our Cisco ONE portfolio for Software Defined Networking (SDN). Now, as we get closer to the GA of the Nexus 1000V virtual switch on Hyper-V, customers are looking for the detailed, hands-on information about integrating Cisco virtual networking into their Microsoft Windows Server infrastructures.
By integrating the Nexus 1000V virtual infrastructure into System Center, customers will be able to manage their virtual networks along with the rest of their cloud infrastructure, including compute and storage resources. SCVMM promises to help organizations build out and manage their private clouds, improve processes by automating workflows for standard tasks, and provide visibility to virtual applications across hybrid cloud locations.
Damian and the rest of the Nexus 1000V product management team will be providing more details on the benefits of Cisco virtual networking for Microsoft data center environments.
For the latest information on Cisco’s partnership with Microsoft and our virtual network infrastructure products for Windows 2012 and Hyper-V, you can go to http://cisco.com/go/microsoft