Three Ways to Navigate Cloud Native Cost Containment
Cloud native is fast becoming the “it” destination platform for IT enterprises to better manage public, private, and on-premises cloud application workloads. But to succeed, cloud native operational models must keep costs under control while also ensuring peak application performance.
CiscoChat: Empower IT success with cloud-native operations
Join us at 10am PT on February 3, 2022, to learn what it takes to make cloud adoption successful in today’s world. Matthew Ferguson and Stephen Augustus from Cisco Emerging Tech & Incubation will explore what exactly cloud-native means for your organization.
Flexible Hybrid Cloud Networking with Infrastructure as Code and Cisco Nexus Dashboard
Infrastructure as Code is becoming the operational link between DevOps and NetOps. Working with Cisco Nexus Dashboard and Intersight, operations teams can tightly integrate and automate Day 0 to Day-N processes for critical hybrid cloud and multicloud applications.
Create, Document, and Share Live Code Examples with Jupyter Notebook
Jupyter Notebook is an open-source web application used to create and share code along with narrative text. See this simple Python example that retrieves physical compute inventory claimed in Cisco Intersight.
Accelerate Data Lake on Cisco Data Intelligence Platform with NVIDIA and Cloudera
Cisco Data Intelligence Platform (CDIP) will soon offer full support of Apache Spark 3.0 with the Cloudera Data Platform and NVIDIA GPU. Cisco has collaborated with NVIDIA and Cloudera to develop this new feature. The CDIP on CIsco UCS is a private cloud platform that runs your data-intensive and artifiical intelligence workloads.
Cisco Advances Full-Stack Observability Strategy with Intent to Acquire Epsagon
Cisco announces intent to acquire Epsagon to advance full-stack observability strategy.
Distributed IT – Juggling More Balls with the Same Number of Hands
How do you keep your IT infrastructure humming when it is distributed all around the world? Two very different companies have been successful at it.
VDI on X-Series: A new ‘car’ you can drive today!
Cisco has a new 'car' for VDI solutions, called the Cisco X-Series. This new model has been taken on a test spin to show its ability to handle VDI workloads and can support 33% more users per compute node compared to M5 servers running Login VSI workload.
IP Based Broadcast Networks Don’t Need to Operate in the Dark
Network visibility is the next big hurdle for broadcasters as they move content production to the cloud in order to satisfy remote production and workers. Cisco ThousandEyes offers end-to-end visibility from the consumer all the way to the application provider.