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Register NOW! – Webcast Series on “Why Cisco UCS for your Microsoft Apps”

Guest Post by Rex Backman (Global Marketing Manager, Microsoft Solutions at Cisco)

Please join us for a four-part webcast series hosted by Cisco. During this webinar series Cisco and Microsoft experts will show you how to architect, deploy, and manage Microsoft applications on the Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS) platform. Industry experts will also share their experiences on implementing Microsoft SQL Server, SharePoint, Exchange, and Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) offerings. Throughout the series, we will discuss relevant architectural, technical, and operational benefits and best practices. This information will be available to you via Cisco Validated Design (CVD) reference architectures.

The first chapter kicks on May 10th – so please visit for registration information.

Here are the details of what will be covered in each webcast.

These seminars will help Microsoft IT Administrators, Developers, Architects, and line-of-business stakeholders to better understand today’s data center challenges and increase their awareness of how Microsoft solutions can be optimized by the Cisco UCS server platform.
In these webcasts we will:
  • Demonstrate how Cisco’s unified computing architecture can reduce the physical infrastructure required to deploy Microsoft solutions while providing increased performance, availability, scalability, and agility with a lower total cost of ownership.
  • Demonstrate that Microsoft applications can run better on Cisco infrastructure to minimize deployment risks and complexity.
  • Discuss how the Cisco UCS platform is helping Microsoft customers achieve data center transformation and how this breakthrough architecture has accelerated their delivery of Microsoft-based services.
Cisco and Microsoft are each recognized as global leaders in technology and services. Please join and participate with us as Cisco and Microsoft experts discuss the integration of Microsoft solutions on the innovative Cisco UCS platform.

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