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Ten Cisco products achieve IPv6 Certifications!

December 12, 2011 at 1:37 pm PST

The Cisco Global Certification Team (GCT) is proud to announce the completion of USGv6 and ReadyLogo Phase 2 certifications for the following Cisco products:

  • 4500-SUP7E USGv6 and ReadyLogo Phase 2
  • ISR-G2 IPSec ReadyLogo Phase 2
  • Linksys E4200 USGv6 and ReadyLogo Phase 2
  • 79xx IP Phone USGv6 and ReadyLogo Phase 2
  • ACE4710 USGv6 and ReadyLogo Phase 2
  • ACE 30 blade for 6500 USGv6 and ReadyLogo Phase 2
  • ACE 30 blade for 7600 USGv6 and ReadyLogo Phase 2
  • Sx200 SOHO switch USGv6 and ReadyLogo Phase 2
  • Sx300 SOHO switch USGv6 and ReadyLogo Phase 2
  • ASR1K ReadyLogo USGv6 (retest) and ReadyLogo Phase 2

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How to backup your Cisco Application Networking Manager (ANM)

Here are some steps to help with backing up ANM. This is useful for migrations, upgrades or restores.

Backing up ANM

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UNS Fundamentals from TechWise TV

October 4, 2011 at 5:38 pm PST

Unified Network Services (UNS) is one of the three architectural pillars of Cisco’s Data Center Fabric, along with Unified Fabric and Unified Computing Services (UCS). UNS represents our portfolio of Layer 4-7 application services, including security, WAN optimization, application controllers, network monitoring and orchestration.  This TechWise TV episode is a great overview to the vision behind UNS and the benefits of pulling this all together, especially for virualized and cloud environments.

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UNS Spotlight on VM-ready Security Solutions with VSG

May 19, 2011 at 4:12 pm PST

The Unified Network Services (UNS) portfolio of Layer 4-7 services (such as ACE and WAAS) also includes Cisco’s data center security solutions. A critical part of that security portfolio is our virtualization-aware firewall solution, Virtual Security Gateway (VSG). In a series of upcoming blog posts, I’ll be sharing a few use case scenarios that our customers are implementing with VSG.

For those of you new to VSG, I’ll point out that VSG’s role is to act as a virtual firewall between zones of virtual machines. Isolating traffic between VM zones has been very challenging prior to VSG because: 1) security policies have to be enforced between VMs running on the same server or same virtual switch (where there’s no place to put a firewall), 2) VMs move all around the network and the security policies (as enforced in the firewall) must follow the VM, and 3) the need to maintain segregation of duties for compliance purposes between the security and application server teams, where security is potentially enforced inside the virtual server.

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ACE of Cisco, SharePoint 2010 and the Alternate Access Mapping

 

 

If you are talking Microsoft SharePoint 2010, then chances are you have discussed load balancing at some point. Well, let’s just start with the basics. If we have more than one WFE (Web Front End) server, we are going to need a way to balance requests.

In its most simplistic form, load balancing is a methodology to distribute workload across multiple compute, network or storage resources. We recently published a SharePoint 2010 on FlexPod for VMware Cisco Validated Design which includes a hardware load balancer, the Application Control Engine ACE 30.

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