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April 13, 2021

DATA CENTER

Gain Scalable, Deep Visibility into Network Traffic with Cisco Nexus Dashboard Data Broker

Cisco Nexus Dashboard Data Broker provides a scalable, cost-effective traffic monitoring solution for enterprise IT by providing deep visibility into traffic flows using Cisco Nexus 3000 or 9000 series data center switches.

February 16, 2021

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NetOps’ Evolution Into the Cloud

Cisco Cloud ACI and Secure SD-WAN/SASE enable organizations to adapt and unify operations across Public Clouds and On-Prem Data Centers—the Multi-Cloud.

January 20, 2021

DATA CENTER

Dynamic Service Chaining in a Data Center with Nexus Infrastructure

In a Nexus 9000 data center, ops teams now have an elegant method to insert service nodes and automatically redirect traffic using predefined rules.

September 29, 2020

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Prepare Your Infrastructure and Organization for DevOps With Infrastructure-as-Code

Evolve and enable DevOps innovation with Infrastructure-as-Code. Here are three solutions that can help you manage your infrastructure as code – and stay in lockstep with application DevOps teams.

August 3, 2020

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Cisco ACI Integrates with HashiCorp Consul For Secure and Easier-to-Operate Microservices

The change in how people are working today means the architectures of business applications and the networks that support them are changing too. The move from traditional, monolithic application architectures to modern, hyperconnected microservices architecture has accelerated. With it, we are seeing apps increasingly spanning multi-cloud data center environments, including on-prem data centers, instead of […]

July 20, 2020

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ACI Gets Support for Segment Routing on MPLS

Cisco ACI 5.0 introduces support for Segment Routing on Mulitprotocol Label Switching (SR-MPLS), which will make it easier for service provider architects to roll out 5G networks quickly.

June 23, 2020

DATA CENTER

Meeting the Network Requirements of NVMe Storage with Cisco Nexus 9000 and ACI

Network managers need to look closely at this new generation of storage to understand what is different—and how they can meet the performance demands of truly high-speed storage.