Have you used a public cloud? The experience as a developer is truly fantastic. Enter your credit card information and go. Need more resources? Click. Tear down a server and start over? Click. Want APIs for granular access to configure and automate every part of your deployments exactly the way you need them? No problem. Built-in integration with the modern tools and platforms you’re using? Of course.
Traditional IT vs Cloud
Compare that to traditional infrastructure where it takes phone calls or tickets, approvals, and many different platforms that typically aren’t integrated just to get access to servers. Automation is difficult or impossible. Moving fast as a developer just isn’t something you can do. You spend your time wrangling the infrastructure instead of building your app.
The public cloud experience for a developer is liberating. It’s easy, fast, and predictable. It helps them deliver on their promises to the business by removing any obstacles to the resources they need.
Smart companies are freeing their development teams from traditional IT models and helping them move fast by taking advantage of cloud.
With telecom service providers (SP) increasingly using technology as a competitive differentiator, it is becoming important not only to acquire the right technology, but to acquire it in a way where it offers maximum benefit to the business.
Rapid technological advancements have made it necessary for service providers to be very nimble and frequently revise their offerings to suit customer requirements. Over the last four years, mobile service providers have exhibited cyclical—but, on average, declining—revenue growth patterns, according to a Cisco whitepaper ‘The Road to Cloud Nine’ published in February 2013. Overall, the momentum has Read More »
Last week, EVP and CFO Frank Calderoni appeared as a guest host on CNBC’s “Squawk Box” and as a guest on Bloomberg “Surveillance”. During these appearances, Frank discussed Cisco’s most recent earnings, why a dividend is important, our M&A strategy, and many other exciting areas at Cisco. Frank also weighed in with personal perspectives on the economic outlook and other top stories in the tech industry.
Frank did a great job representing Cisco! Click the links below to check out excerpts from each interview: