Application Visibility and Control
The Network After 25 Years of Cisco Live!
A lot can change in 25 years. At the first Cisco Live (then known as Networkers conferences) in 1989, 200...
Megatrends: Does the network care about the application?
With several key applications moving to the clouds, how do our customers ensure application performance? What if they deploy for instance Public or Private Hosted solutions or hybrid WAN, how do they ensure application experience? Today, we all see more and more new delivery models such as Private Cloud, Hybrid Cloud or Public Cloud, new […]
Cisco Updates Its Next-Generation Firewall Management Application – Prime Security Manager
Cisco Prime Security Manager is a management application that was introduced in 2012 to manage Cisco ASA 5500-X Series Next-Generation Firewalls. It is built on Web 2.0 technologies and supports both single-device and multi-device manager form factors to help manage various features such as Application Visibility and Control (AVC), along with web security in a simple, light-weight, and scalable manner.
Case Study: Cyber Threat Detection with IPFIX, Cisco Application Visibility & Control (AVC) and Plixer Scrutinzer
In an ongoing blog series on Cisco Application Visibility and Control and our outstanding partners, we learned how to maximize service provider revenues by detecting and applying QoS to over 1400 applications, cure Grumpy old Man Syndrome, and rule the world of application Quality of Service. This week, I invited Mike Patterson, co-founder of Plixer to share […]
Are “Dumb Pipes” Causing Grumpy Old Man Syndrome?
This week, I invited Chris Cullan, product marketing manager, business services solutions at InfoVista to discuss his “grumpy old man syndrome (GOMS).” Chris will share how Cisco and InfoVista are working together to solve GOMS by giving communications service providers (CSPs) and their enterprise customers the ability to bridge the application – user – business gap. […]
Evolution of Virtualized Routing
Hello, and welcome to my blog. As a new member of the Enterprise Networking’s Solutions Marketing team, I’ll be writing about connectivity to the cloud, Software Defined Networking (SDN) and virtualized routing. You can expect to learn details around Cisco’s architecture and product offerings in these topics. Further, based on your comments, I can go […]
Application Experience at CA World 2013 Las Vegas
Last month, Cisco announced ISR-AX. This new application delivery platform provides granular application visibility, control and optimization, integrated in a single box. ISR-AX helps customers enhance end-user productivity, lower WAN bandwidth costs and simplify IT. In discussing this new role of the router, application performance management becomes a key component. ISR-AX and AVC (Application Visibility […]
Momentum is growing for the Cisco ISR-AX!
It has been a couple of weeks since its launch and we are seeing lots of interest in the Cisco ISR-AX! I have been hearing from customers, partners and folks worldwide about how they are using the new ISR-AX platforms now and get a router, VPN, firewall, intrusion prevention, cloud/web security, AVC (NBAR2, QoS, NetFlow, […]
Cisco ISR-AX is Now a Part of the Integrated Services Router Family!
On March 12th, Cisco announced the ISR-AX and how Cisco is changing the game, reducing complexity and making it simpler for enterprises to deliver and manage application delivery to users. Cisco is expanding the role of our Integrated Service Routers (ISRs) to deliver application-centric networks that provide granular visibility, control, and optimization without additional devices […]