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Webinar Series: High-Performance Data Center Design with Cisco MDS 9700 Multilayer Director

- May 11, 2014 - 0 Comments

Data centers are undergoing a major transition to meet higher performance, scalability, and resiliency requirements with fewer resources, smaller footprint, and simplified designs. These rigorous requirements coupled with major data center trends, such as virtualization, data center consolidation and data growth, are putting a tremendous amount of strain on the existing infrastructure and adding complexity. Designing a reliable, scalable, and flexible data center requires careful planning.

Register for this webcast to learn about the Cisco MDS 9710 Multilayer Director which power high performance, flexible and scalable data center design. We will look at some of the data center architecture options that come with the Cisco MDS 9710 Multilayer Director as well as review the best practices to improve resiliency and protect against silent failures. We will also discuss how we can design a data center that provides investment protection and agility without making tradeoffs.

Register now:   Live Online Event, Wednesday, May 14, 2014,  8–9 a.m. Pacific


Live Online Event, Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Three case studies from customers like LinkedIn will be presented to demonstrate the real-world challenges.
Topics they will address include:

  • Data Center Architecture based on MDS 9700 to meet application performance needs and achieve predictable throughput
  • How to simplify data center architecture and achieve short-term and long-term investment protection
  • How to design a scalable and flexible data center

Register Now:

Live Online Event, Wednesday, May 14, 2014,  8–9 a.m. Pacific




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