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At Cisco Live, a customer asked me: “If I don’t have Cisco ACI yet, and my switches are NX-OS based, what can I use to automate and manage my data center [switches]?”
Cisco DCNM is one of the most powerful data center fabric manager that Cisco has ever produced. It’s the recommended automation and operations management solution for data center NX-OS deployments. It’s also Cisco’s premier storage networking management tool. It includes our best practices and advanced fabric tools, so, as your network grows, you handle it all with DCNM multi-platform management!
The following demos will show you the most popular capabilities and how you can bring those benefits to your data center:
Managing Nexus switches has never been so easy! You can now get complete automation, extensive visibility, and consistent operations for your data center with Cisco DCNM 11 release.
Now you can get unprecedented visibility in your data center, from your switches all the way to endpoints! Cisco DCNM 11 release.
Deploying an open-standards-based VXLAN EVPN fabric has never been easier. In minutes, ignite the underlay and overlay of your fabric with preconfigured best practice policies, leveraging automatic bootstrap.
This demo shows how Cisco Data Center Network Manager (DCNM) – is an incredibly powerful tool. It lets you learn about the fabric and switches within it.
This video demonstrates the Topology Search feature in Cisco Data Center Network Manager or Cisco DCNM Release 11
In this demo, you will learn how DCNM handles VXLAN EVPN deployments onto Nexus switch gear.
This video shows how to create and deploy an overlay network on the switches that are present in a VXLAN BGP EVPN fabric using DCNM Release 11.0(1).
This video shows how to use the vCenter Compute Visualization feature in Cisco Data Center Network Manager or DCNM Release 11.0(1).
Building a Greenfield VXLAN BGP EVPN Fabric in Cisco DCNM, Release 11This video shows the Day Zero bring-up process for a VXLAN BGP EVPN fabric, using the Fabric Builder in DCNM Release 11.0(1).
This video shows how to migrate a VXLAN BGP EVPN fabric managed by Cisco Nexus Fabric Manager (NFM) to Cisco DCNM 11.0(1).