Cisco Multi-Site Orchestrator Expanding Network Orchestration and Policy Management through Cisco Nexus Dashboard
Cisco Nexus Dashboard now supports on-boarding of Cisco NX-OS/DCNM sites. Cisco Multi-Site Orchestrator (MSO) allows operators to realize a true hybrid cloud scenario, defining, and orchestrating network policy across DCNM, ACI, cloud and edge across domains.
Automate your way to success with Cisco SecureX
Get started with SecureX orchestration and automation. In this blog, we'll cover how you can get started and ultimately take back control with an integrated platform approach.
Digital Transformation 2.0: New Architecture for the New Normal
In 2020 one common theme seen amongst businesses was the building of resilient networks. Learn about four transformational shifts required to meet the top priority of businesses in the new normal.
Challenging Times Quicken the Pace of the Overlay Movement
The network is more relevant today than it’s ever been, but it must be commensurate with the services it’s supporting. Service providers can reap the benefits of innovation but they need to be prepared to be decisive and invest in the future.
Citius, Altius, Fortius: Lead in 2021 with Cisco Nexus Dashboard
The Cisco Nexus Dashboard gives you better control over your cloud-centric digital infrastructure. Register for our upcoming webinars - January 19 and February 2 - to experience the ease of comprehensive visibility and scale in the multicloud.
How can I automate a MAC address interface report?
Hank's back to answer another question from the community. This time we use automation to associate ARP data, MAC addresses, and network interfaces.
Secure Network Analytics (Stealthwatch) Then, Now and Beyond – Part 3: Into the Future
The final part in our look at the past, present, and future of Secure Network Analytics. We’ve looked at the origins of the product formerly known as Stealthwatch and now it’s time for us to look ahead as we consider what the future holds.
The Why of AI and ML
While artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) have been in the spotlight in recent years, the central questions around them have focused more on what they are and how they’re used. While these are important questions, it’s time that we shift the conversation to why we need AI and ML so we can better understand the roles they play in our lives.