This weekend marked the migration of people to and from San Francisco – VMworld2012 attendees were headed to SFO while Burners were heading out to Black Rock City. Knowing people in both camps, I thought it’d be fun to do a little comparison list. Thirteen ways to look at Burning Man versus VMworld -- acronyms, bacon, clothing and more.
Welcome to San Francisco for one the most exciting events of the year!
Here’s a short blog post that will help you connect with the Intelligent Automation team at VMworld and learn about new solution developments and releases. In particular, you will be interested to see a brand new demo featuring Virtual Network Management Center 2.0. VNMC is a centralized device and security policy management software, which works together with Cisco Virtual Security Gateway (VSG) and the Cisco ASA 1000V firewall to manage security on Nexus 1000V virtual switch series.
And make sure you mark your calendar to attend one of these theater presentations to learn more about what Cisco can offer your organization:
• My First Cloud Get Started with Cisco Cloud Management from Cisco Data Center
This session will discuss how Cisco Intelligent Automation for Cloud enables IT to move from manual to flexible automated provisioning of physical and virtual resources, while maintaining existing processes and governance, increasing IT efficiency. Monday, August 27 10:30am Cisco booth
• Private Cloud Case Study with Cisco Management and Orchestration from Cisco Data Center
Join this session to learn about the challenges Cisco IT has solved by implementing cloud management and orchestration technology to provide internal private cloud services. Tuesday, August 28 11:30am Cisco Booth #1213
In my previous blogs confine and clover, I spoke about determining the scope of your business problems as well as defining your measures of success when planning a Cloud solution. Now, I would like to help you understand both the cost you will incur for the work necessary to achieve your defined cloud goals and how to avoid unexpected fees.
Because of all the hype around Cloud, we hear (sometimes disproportionately) about how Cloud can transform your business. However, the cost of that transformation is often not fully understood. Careful planning and awareness can save you money along the Cloud journey. Be aware of and consider the following hidden costs:
Today’s governments around the world look to technology to improve operational efficiency, to enable collaboration across agencies, and to provide on-demand and more engaged services to really transform the citizen experience. So…for those of you who work in government, where are you getting information that will help enable you to learn about which solutions or technologies align to or fit your specific needs?
VMworld 2012 is around the corner, and like the past years , Cisco as a key player in the word of network, virtualization and now servers with the Unified Computing Systems, is a sponsor .
In the following days you will read on this blogs a series of information on our participation . But I encourage you to check today the following website to have a good overview of what we will present in terms of demos on our booth (#1213) , but also what are the key sessions we are leading . Visit here
Amongst the numerous solutions, I know for a fact (based on the numbers of readers of our blogs), that VXLAN is a very compelling topic. So I invited Han Yang to introduce his session:
Best Practice for deploying VXLAN with Cisco Nexus 1000V and VMware Cloud Director
INF–NET2373, Tuesday August 28 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
If you want to know more about VXLAN, please check the recent blogs on this topic by Gary Kinghorn and Omar Sultan: