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The Lineup: Microsoft, Cisco, and Intel
It’s no secret that tested and tried solutions will lead to a faster time to production, allowing you to stay at the forefront of innovation and, most importantly, stand out from the competition.
The latest in our series of deep-dive examinations, our Microsoft-focused edition of Unleashing IT shows you how three industry leaders are creating integrated solutions to achieve better business outcomes. Read More »
Tags: Cisco UCS, Cloud Computing, data center, Microsoft, private cloud, Unleashing IT
I’d like to give you an inside look at our Allen Data Center and go over how Cisco IT is adopting new technologies and capabilities while at the same time running the business. I’ll answer your top of mind questions and cover topics such as: Read More »
Tags: ACI, allen data center, application centric infrastructure, Cisco IT, Cisco Nexus 9000, cisco on cisco, Cisco UCS, coc-data-center, data center, Fast IT, internet of things, UCS
In this episode, Matt Brender (@mjbrender) and Rick Vanover (@RickVanover) give us an overview of why you should let your IOPS tell the truth! Ever wonder if your expectations for the modern Data Center match the reality? Matt and Rick go through the math and thinking for what your storage systems can and cannot do!
Special Note: For fun we’ve got a poll on your favorite unicorn… after the jump!
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Tags: Cisco Data Center, data center, EngineersUnplugged, iops, Storage
This is part 2 in a 2-part series about our API-based architecture. Part 1 explains how we provide content as a service to sellers.
Federated identity is central to cloud computing. You can’t have a useful hybrid cloud service without it. Read More »
Tags: API, architecture, Cisco IT, cisco on cisco, cloud, cloud services, data center, identity, identity as a service, salesconnect
This is part 1 in a 2-part series about our API-based architecture. In part 2 I’ll talk about the advantages of identity as a service and data as a service.
Before the cloud, applications had a web interface that connected to a back-end database. Each application authorized its own users.
Today, that monolithic application architecture is going the way of dinosaurs. Cisco employees use more than 400 cloud services. So even after we added single sign-on for Cisco applications, users still had to separately sign on to cloud applications like Salesforce. Not a good use of time. Read More »
Tags: API, architecture, Cisco IT, cisco on cisco, cloud, cloud services, content as a service, data center