As storage area networking (SAN) evolves to meet new demands, customers are planning a migration strategy to transparently migrate from a heterogeneous environment. Cisco is committed to making this simple and efficient by expanding its flexibility and simplicity to interoperate smoothly with all industry-standard solutions. Cisco SAN switches have set a new standard by providing interoperability, flexibility, and functionality within MDS switches to meet the needs of today’s changing SANs.
Migrating SANs from one vendor to another requires a specific plan that includes design, configuration, and implementation processes along with post migration analysis. This Webinar helps you evaluate appropriate options for SAN conversion from third-party solutions to Cisco SANs using the Cisco MDS 9000 Family.
Register Now: Live Online Event, Wednesday, June 25, 2014; 8–9 a.m. Pacific Time
When migrating to a Cisco MDS 9000 Family SAN, you can choose among three migration methods: rip and replace, cap and grow, and interoperate. The choice of migration method is determined by several criteria, including whether you want a single-vendor or mixed-vendor operation, risk-mitigation needs, migration timeline, connectivity requirements and overall fabric capacity during the migration process.