At Cisco, we are committed to helping you reimagine your architecture through products like HyperFlex for elasticity and Intersight for full stack visibility across infrastructure, apps and business outcomes.
CX for Cisco Multicloud Foundation Service enables multiple clouds to work together seamlessly, with faster time-to-market for applications and end-to-end security for accelerated ROI and improved business resiliency and continuity.
Today’s apps have increased interdependencies, touching heterogeneous systems and infrastructure, as well as different toolsets and processes. Many are likely built or delivered with a combination of public cloud services, chosen from around the approximately 1.4 million offered across the big public clouds.
From “Start now” to “Deep Dive,” our DevNet Day sessions will help you take your skills to the next level. Join John McDonough, Matt Johnson and friends for the Cloud and Compute track at the DevNet Day virtual event, June 18th.
We are excited to announce our first jointly-engineered Cisco Validated Design (CVD) for Google Cloud’s Anthos on Cisco HyperFlex.
Cloud providers like AWS offer many benefits – better capacity planning; rapid global application deployment. It’s the customer’s responsibility to secure their workloads. Inconsistent protection and lack of comprehensive visibility and control leave organization’s vulnerable to attack and data breach.
At this year’s Cisco Live, I caught up with Scott San Antonio, director global strategic alliances for Schneider Electric, to talk about Schneider’s latest product, the NetShelter WX 6U Wall Mount enclosure. Designed for non-traditional IT infrastructure locations, such as light industrial and retail applications, it can be mounted on the wall or the floor […]
Edge computing brings a number of benefits to the Internet of Things. Reduced latency, improved resiliency and availability, lower costs, and local data storage (to assist with regulatory compliance) to name a few. In my last blog post I examined some of these benefits as a means of defining exactly where is the edge. Now […]
Can NetOps and SecOps get to the point of collaboration instead of conflict? In fact, new cross-enterprise business initiatives make collaboration a necessity.