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Cisco Innovations showcase at ServiceNow Knowledge 2022
Join us at the Knowledge 2022 Digital Experience for the latest innovations in Cisco’s Nexus Dashboard (ND) with ServiceNow.
Elevating network success with telemetry
Network Telemetry refers to both the data itself and the techniques and processes used to generate, export, collect, and consume that data for use by potentially automated management applications. It extends beyond the classical network Operations, Administration, and Management (OAM) techniques and expects to support better flexibility, scalability, accuracy, coverage, and performance.
How Cisco IT reduced Mean-Time-to-Resolution with Cisco Nexus Dashboard
The “ops of the future” require a proactive and predictive operational approach that aligns people, processes, and technology. The keys to this are a network and an operational infrastructure that provide automation, self-healing, and enhanced visibility to reduce mean-time-to-know (MTTK).
Cisco DevNet: Helping You Make Cisco Cloud Networking Integrate with Infrastructure as Code (IaC)
Infrastructure as Code can be a wide and complex topic, especially when bridging between public cloud and on-premises resources. DevNet’s website is designed for all levels of users and can provide you with resources to help you today and in your future automation endeavors.
Focus on HyperFlex: Simplify your edge environments with a local containerized witness
Cisco HyperFlex Edge is one such solution where you can start with a small footprint and grow as your business grows taking advantage of Cisco Intersight, a hybrid cloud operations platform, for management and operations.
Cisco UCS X-Series modular design makes adding GPUs easy
Cisco believes you shouldn’t have to create hardware silos to meet the needs of an application and provide your users the best experience. Now with Cisco UCS X-Fabric Technology and GPU announcements, we are expanding the portfolio to address a much wider range of capabilities to tackle the most demanding of applications while offering the modularity needed to face future demands without compromise.
Cisco UCS Unified Fabric now 100Gb end-to-end for X-Series
Since 2009, Cisco UCS Unified Fabric—with data, storage, and management traffic on a single cable—has been a key differentiator for UCS servers in the industry. This simplified server and networking infrastructure now becomes a low latency, end-to-end solution for your applications and user experience.
Oracle Database 19c on Cisco X210c M6 – WOW!
Oracle database 19c performs extremely well running on the Cisco X210c compute node. Testing using Oracle SLOB (Silly Little Oracle Benchmark) and Oracle Swingbench prove excellent scalability for IOPS growth and high transaction sperminute with minimum latency. Details in a new whitepaper just published by Tushar Patel, Principal Engineer, Oracle Solutions at Cisco Systems, Inc.
Expanding workloads for UCS X-Series with UCS X-Fabric Technology
We describe X-Series as having the density and efficiency of blade servers with the expandability of rack servers. First, we increased the amount of storage – going from two drives on a B-Series to six drives on a X-Series. Now we are adding GPUs to X-Series that were previously only available in rack servers.