Cisco Software-Defined Access for Industry Verticals
Learn about the new design guide, which provides an overview of Cisco SD-Access as well as how it can solve industry vertical challenges.
Cisco SDA to the Rescue: Enabling IT to Secure Networked Virtual Machines on Mobile Clients
Cisco SD-Access with Fabric Enabled Wireless and Virtual Bridge Mode enables NetOps to allow the use of VM tools on a mobile devices and provide security with easy to implement segmentation.
Enabling Scalable Group Policy with TrustSec Across Networks to Provide More Reliability and Determinism
Cisco TrustSec relies on HTTPS, Representational State Transfer (REST) protocol API, and the JSON file and data interchange format for far more reliable and scalable policy updates and segmentation for more deterministic networks.
Cisco SD-Access in Healthcare: A Comprehensive Secure Access Solution for a Changing Industry
Healthcare IT is using Cisco SD-Access to address changing network requirements in a dynamic industry facing pandemic disruptions, privacy regulations, and the need for secure remote telemedicine.
Meeting the Network Challenges of Expo 2020 Mega Event
With Cisco SD-Access, the Expo 2020 IT team can meet the networking challenges of a mega-event: security, segmentation, reliability, and the ability to connect and move any device anywhere in the Expo.
Getting Started with Cisco SD-Access and Cisco DNA Center
Enterprise network teams must build foundational knowledge in Cisco SD-Access and Cisco DNA Center to leverage Software-Defined Access in the Cisco-powered Enterprise Campus network.
Cisco SD-Access and Cisco SD-WAN Multi-Domain Integration
Cisco's Integrated Domain solution integrates the domain controllers, Cisco DNA Center and Cisco SD-WAN vManage to provide both, seamless stitching of network connectivity between the two domains as well as ensuring policy consistency end-to-end.
Delivering a Consistent and Secure Workspace Experience Spanning Multiple Sites with Cisco SD-Access
Cisco SD-Access Multisite provides seamless and scalable interconnectivity across multiple fabric sites as well as connectivity to data centers, clouds, and the Internet.