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Cisco UCS Director: Your Data Center Conductor

- September 11, 2015 - 3 Comments

Customers frequently comment that IT simply isn’t keeping pace with their needs.  Provisioning new data center resources can take weeks.  To be fair, IT professionals are doing the best they can but manual processes and organizational silos can make the process equivalent to trying to play a symphony without a conductor.

Cisco UCS Director’s advanced automation acts as the orchestra conductor for your data center.  Your data center is the power source of your business — if it is slow, your business is slow.  Cisco UCS Director’s advanced automation is exactly what you need to deliver speed and efficiency allowing IT to move in concert with your business.

Don’t let the name fool you — this is heterogeneous infrastructure management.   Of course we manage Cisco devices but also HP, IBM, Brocade, F5 and the majority of industry leading storage vendors.   Learn more from this video.

How long does it take your data center to stand up a complete VMWare environment along with 100 virtual machines?  Cisco UCS Director did it in four automated steps across a heterogeneous environment that included Cisco UCS and HP servers, MDS networking as well as EMC VNX and Invicta storage. Read the report to learn more.

UCSD 4 Steps

Cisco UCS Director delivers efficiency and speed allowing your data center to harmonize with your business  so it can move faster and capture new revenue opportunities.  And in business, that is music to everyone’s ears!

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3 Comments

  1. Concise and informative video on what UCS Director deployment can do for your Data Center.

  2. LOVE both of those videos! First one is funny and concise. 2nd one is very informative and shows how powerful/efficient UCS Director is.

  3. Automation is the only way for IT departments to be responsive enough for businesses today, that can not do it otherwise.