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Nexus 1000V Seminar Series

February 5, 2010 - 1 Comment

We have seen some incredible uptake on the Cisco Nexus 1000V as customers deploy the switch to help them scale their sever virtualization efforts.  In support of that, starting next week, we are rolling out a seminar series to help customers better understand the solution and the applicability in their own environments.  The sessions are free and are delivered by folks that are experts in their areas–OK, disclaimer, I am leading one session, but that’s as a host for a customer panel, so I think I shouldn’t screw that up too much.  There is a business track and a technical track and include topics like ROI and business impact, basic and advanced design and configuration topics, and broader architectural considerations.

Anyway, check out the complete list of sessions and and register here.  BTW, if there is a topic you’d like to see us address, let me know in the comments section.

Speaking of which, if you have questions about the N1KV, head over to the N1KV Community Forum–a lot of good resources available and discussions going on.


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  1. An in-depth discussion on quality of service for the 1000v platform would be interesting. There are several aspects of the 1000v that need special consideration for qos.