ITD and RISE are now part of CCIE Data Center:
Intelligent Traffic Director (ITD) is a hardware based multi-terabit layer 4 load-balancing, traffic steering and services insertion solution on the Nexus 5k/6k/7k/9k series of switches.
||Written Exam (%)
||Lab Exam (%)
|1.0 Cisco Data Center L2/L3 Technologies
|2.0 Cisco Data Center Network Services
|2.1 Design, Implement and Troubleshoot Service Insertion and Redirection
- 2.1.a Design, Implement and Troubleshoot Service Insertion and Redirection for example LB, vPATH, ITD, RISE
2.2 Design, Implement and Troubleshoot network services
- 2.2.a Design, Implement and Troubleshoot network services for example policy drivenL4-L7 services
|3.0 Data Center Storage Networking and Compute
|4.0 Data Center Automation and Orchestration
|5.0 Data Center Fabric Infrastructure
|6.0 Evolving Technologies
To learn about RISE (Remote Integrated Services Engine), please see: http://www.cisco.com/go/rise
To learn about ITD (Intelligent Traffic Director), please see: http://www.cisco.com/go/itd
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On November 5th Cisco participated at Light Reading’s OSS in the Era of SDN and NFV: Evolution vs. Revolution. Heavy Reading Senior Analyst, Caroline Chappell, organized this one-day event. In my mind, Caroline is our industry’s analyst’s analyst. She is always willing to dig down into the hard technical details so she can explain the importance of the technology in ways that the rest of us (including marketing) can understand.
Last year this was such a great event that I wanted to videotape the entire panel discussion on, “Service Orchestration and new speed of Service Delivery”. For those of you who would like to understand some of the key discussion points going on in the industry right now, I highly recommend watching the entire 45 minute discussion. Click here to view the discussion.
- Klaus Martiny, NOC Vice-Chair & leader, Network Management & Orchestration, NGMN 5G Project
- Rolf Eberhardt, Principal, HP Communications & Media Solutions
- JH Tang, Global Marketing Director, OSS, Huawei
- Daniel Tyrode, Strategic Product Manager, CTO Office, Comptel
- Stefan Vallin, Product Strategy, Tail-f Systems – a Cisco company
Key Questions: Read More »
Tags: Cisco SDN, light reading, NFV, OSS, Tail-f Systems
The Internet of Things (IoT) is widely accepted as a key business opportunity for Mobile Service Providers (MSP) in the next 5 years. One recent report from Analysys Mason, predicts $8 billion in new IoT/M2M revenues from 2013 to 2019 in APAC alone. Other report predict even larger business potential, but where everyone agrees is that new IoT revenue is essential to compensate for other declining areas of revenue such-as voice and messaging.
Telecoms Revenue Growth by Service Type, Asia-Pacific, 2013-2019. Analysys Mason.
So shouldn’t MSPs just open the network doors to the tsunami of IoT devices and watch the money roll in? While Read More »
Tags: internet of things, IoT, mobility, NFV, SDN, Service Provider
What You Missed at OpenStack Summit
The OpenStack community gathered in Tokyo for the 12th-Liberty release of the OpenStack platform. The Foundation reported over 5,000 attended the conference–50% for the first time. Attendees were from across the globe with 46% from APAC and 38% from North America. Job roles varied and included developers (28%), user/operators (25%), manager/architects (19%), sales/marketing (11%), and CxOs (10%).
OpenStack has entered the post-excitement phase, which may appear slow-moving, but reflects deeper customer engagement and a focus on the operationalization of OpenStack. Hundreds of interesting sessions were presented by community members and recorded for those who could not be there. Check out the OpenStack Foundation Summit site for the full schedule. Common themes included overcoming the complexity of configuring, deploying and maintaining OpenStack; retaining workload flexibility; and various approaches to manageability, scalability and extensibility. Having the Summit in Japan was an opportunity to highlight Asia-based users of OpenStack, including Kirin Brewing, Yahoo Japan, NEC, NTT Resonant, GMO Internet, CyberAgent, and Rakuten.
Below are links to the strategic and technical sessions presented on Cisco solutions at the Summit.
OpenStack Summit Sponsored Sessions:
Migrating Enterprise Applications to OpenStack
Bringing Enterprise Grade OpenStack Clouds Online Faster
Panel on Real-World Solutions for Network Function Virtualization
OpenStack: Changing the Face of Service Delivery
OpenStack Summit Technical Sessions:
Finally FDE: OpenStack Full Disk Encryption and Missing Pieces
Monitoring Docker Containers and Dockerized Applications
Neutron Firewall-as-a-Service Roadmap
OpenStack Consumption Models: Three User Perspectives
Containers Are Hot, But How Do They Network?
Kolla: Ansible Deployment + OpenStack in Docker Containers = Operator Bliss
Let’s Talk Roadmap: OpenStack Style
Ceilometer + Monasca = Ceilosca
OpenStack Federation Panel: Past, Present and Future
vBrownBag Tech Talks:
Addressing DHCP and DNS Scalability in Neutron
Multiple Ceph Storage Clusters with OpenStack
Cisco Application Centric Infrastructure and OpenStack
Best Practices for TDD Ansible and OpenStack Deployment
Nova Solver Scheduler: Optimization and Scale for OpenStack Cloud
Scalable and Reliable OpenStack Deployments on FlexPod
Troubleshooting RabbitMQ and Its Stability Improvement
Kubernetes on OpenStack
Cache Affinity Solutions for VNF/Cloud Workloads
Gluon: A Networking Service Beyond Neutron
Network Segmentation in the Cloud
Cisco UCS and Red Hat OpenStack to Streamline Deployment
Accelerate POC to Production with OpenStack on FlexPod
For more information on OpenStack at Cisco, visit www.cisco.com/go/openstack and mark your calendars for the next OpenStack Summit April 25-29 in Austin, Texas.
Tags: ACI, Metapod, NFV, open source, OpenStack, UCS
Guest Blog by Igor Dayen, SP Product and Solutions Marketing
Cancun is a paradise for many and thus it is known to draw crowds. Another reason for Cancun’s popularity is the addition of the Cisco Live Conference right in the center of this resort town. This event allows Cisco customers, executives, experts, and partners to share insights on new Service Provider technologies and their potential to transform the way we work, learn, and play. This year we had a successful conference showcasing service provider product and solution demonstrations as well as technical training. The demonstrations in the service provider booth and the breakout sessions that were presented to the attendees were very well aligned.
Cisco Live is Cisco’s premier education and training destination for IT professionals worldwide. With that spirit, Cisco Live Cancun proves to be Read More »
Tags: #CiscoLiveLA, cancun, cisco live, ciscolive, CloudVPN, innovation, NFV, NSO, SDN, Service Provider, SP, vMS