Making things easier, is always a good thing. I recently spoke with Phil Sherburne, vice president of Enterprise Systems and Architectures for Cisco about two announcements Cisco made today to resell industry leading desktop virtualization software and how Cisco is making desktop virtualization a whole lot easier for our partners and our customers to purchase.
Cloud Connect is (as you might expect) all about cloud. At VMware Partner Exchange, you’ll learn about virtual desktops, virtual workspaces, and VXI with Cisco and VMware View. But you can also learn about more about Cisco and VMware’s complementary cloud management solutions – to help our customers accelerate their journey to cloud computing.
You may have heard about the Cisco IT internal private cloud (CITEIS – Cisco IT Elastic Infrastructure Services) by now. At VMworld last fall, our IT team gave a presentation on how they deployed Cisco Intelligent Automation for Cloud together with VMware vSphere and vCloud Director for this successful initiative:
If you’re at VMware Partner Exchange this year, you’ll have an opportunity to learn how we did it, how it works, why it delivered great results, and how you can deploy a similar solution. Just make sure you visit Cisco in booth 308 to see a demo of cloud management with Intelligent Automation – and attend our sessions below.
It’s actually BOTH, which I’ll get to in a minute… First, are you going to VMware Partner Exchange? Planning out your agenda for next week? If so, you’ve got some great opportunities to learn about VXI with VMware. Before we get to the good stuff, I want to highlight something that we often get asked, namely the difference between VXI and desktop virtualization, ie: the title of this post! Read More »
A couple of colleagues of mine wrote a document on live Workload Mobility and Disaster Recovery for Tier-1 applications. I think you should check it out and here’s a couple of key points that I want to highlight:
- A single physical Cisco, EMC, VMware infrastructure
- Both vMotion and SRM validated on same infrastructure
- Tier-1 Enterprise Applications tested
Tags: Business Continuance, Cisco, DCI, disaster recovery, EMC, LISP, Microsoft Sharepoint, mobility, Oracle 11g, OTV, RecoverPoint, Replication, SRM, Tier 1 Applications, vMotion, VMware, VPLEX, VPLEX Metro, Workload Mobility
In case you missed it, you can still watch the National Town Hall for the Next Generation Workplace online.
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