I’m sure this has never happened to you.
You choose a web security appliance based on user count and expected traffic profiles. Then marketing rolls out a successful video campaign that goes viral and your users complain about slow internet performance.
You’re under the gun to complete your global web security initiative on time and then you receive word that three servers are stuck in customs in a country you have never heard of.
You’re moving more and more workloads onto virtual servers to match your business agility objectives when someone from the c-suite asks, “Why do you still have these security appliances? Can’t you virtualize them, too?” Read More »
Tags: security appliance, virtual machine, WSAV
Today I want to bring up DCI use case that I’ve been thinking about: capacity expansion. As you know, the purpose of DCI is to connect two or more Data Centers together so that they share resources and deliver services. The capacity expansion use case is when you have temporary traffic bursts, cloud bursts, either planned or unplanned, maintenance windows, migrations or really any temporary service event that requires additional service capacity.
To start addressing the challenge of meeting these planned and unplanned cloud burst and capacity expansion requirements, check out the new ACE + OTV feature called Dynamic Workload Scaling announced recently.
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Tags: ACE, Burst, Capacity Expansion, Cisco, cloud, Cloud Burst, data center, Data Center Interconnect, DC, DCI, DWS, Dynamic Workload Scaling, locality, Nexus 7000, OTV, SASU, Systems Architecture and Strategy Unit, virtual machine, VM, VM Locality