Bhavin Yadav

Technical Marketing Engineer

Data Center SAN Switching

Bhavin is a member of Product Management team within Cisco Data Center Switching team. Bhavin has been working with MDS since it’s 16G platform evolution. He has authored multiple white papers, now on Cisco website covering Cisco’s SAN Switching technology.


August 31, 2020


Cisco MDS SAN Analytics: A GPS for Your SAN

Living in Silicon Valley can be very exciting, but it has some challenges too. Traffic is certainly one of those challenges, and it’s a very common occurrence for most of us. Regardless of where you live in the world, you’ve likely experienced the inconvenience of traffic congestion. In order to avoid traffic, we usually turn […]

August 17, 2020


Cisco MDS 32G Fibre Channel Fabric switches: Small doesn’t mean less.

When we think about fabric switches, we tend to consider low-end hardware. These typically do not require considerable memory, CPU, intense resources, or functionality. what if we had more powerful hardware with more robust feature sets in this small form factor switches that we currently see in Director-class core switches?

June 25, 2020


Cisco MDS 9000 series switches: Security is better when it is built in, not bolted on.

What’s one thing in recent time that has taken center stage along with remote work policies? Security. No one, I mean no one, ever wants to compromise on security – whether it is for oneself, family, company, or for anything that matters. Here we are going to talk about security that could impact any and […]

May 20, 2020


Cisco continues investment protection with 64G FC readiness using Cisco MDS 9700 Series Multilayer Directors

Investment protection is usually discussed as a business advantage, but it is also about easing the technical and operational pain the customer endures.

January 16, 2020


Spinning up an NVMe over Fibre Channel Strategy using Cisco MDS 9000 Series Multilayer Switches

In this blog, we’ll discuss the latest and greatest innovations driving the SAN industry and try to paint a picture of how the SAN landscape will look five to seven years down the road, while focusing on asking the right questions prior to that critical investment.