When Apps are from Mars and Infrastructure is from Venus, how do you accelerate your Hybrid Applications?
While some vendors provide visibility into either applications or an individual tier of physical or virtual infrastructure, Cisco is the first to bridge all three layers with insight and proactive optimization.
Transforming the Citizen Experience in the Town of Cary
From automated traffic lights to video analytics, discover how our Partner NWN Corporation took a seamless, cloud-based approach to support the town of Cary with smart city technology.
IBM and RedHat Happily Ever After. What Does This Mean for Cisco and VMware Multicloud Offers?
As per the recent announcement, IBM is acquiring Red Hat in deal valued at $34 billion. This is another one in a row of deals I did not expect to happen...
It’s Time to Embrace Network Automation and Orchestration
Cisco’s automation and orchestration solutions, working through CloudCenter, streamline the work of network engineering and leverage the power of computing in new ways.
Top 7 Multicloud Initiatives – Delivering on the Multicloud Promise
According to IDC, by 2021, spending on cloud-enabling hardware, software and services will balloon to over $530 billion. We examine key initiatives and how to stay ahead in a multicloud era.
Cloud Unfiltered Episode 44: Adventures in Application Integration with the Italian Data Center Dream Team
Are you clear on the difference between Cisco’s Tetration and AppDynamics offerings? Yes, they are both extraordinarily powerful monitoring tools. But do you know what they actually monitor? And would...
Cisco Open Source Update
Across Cisco, each year we are increasing our code contributions across many new and existing open source projects... Visit Cisco at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe - May 2-4
Delivering On the Open Hybrid Cloud Promise with Kubernetes
When it comes to multicloud, containers are among the most compelling technologies to emerge over the past few years, allowing applications to start faster, use less memory and run anywhere.
Managing Production-Grade Kubernetes in Production
It is easy to download in install Kubernetes and get started. But what if you are running Kubernetes in production and supporting a range of application service teams from different business units?