Cisco & Microsoft: Making Containerized Apps Easier
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Our collaboration with Microsoft enabled Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) to integrate into the Cisco Container Platform via our natively-integrated Kubernetes managed services, further accelerating containerized application innovation.
Simplifying Container Orchestration with Cisco Hybrid Solution for Kubernetes on AWS
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Cisco and AWS collaborated to create the Cisco Hybrid solution for Kubernetes on AWS, a unique integration between Cisco Container Platform (CCP) and Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (EKS).
How To Provision a Production-Grade Kubernetes Cluster From Anywhere, With Just One Button (Literally)
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I bet all of you who are working or playing with Kubernetes still remember perfectly the first time you tried to install it. And then the second time. And then the third time. And finally, the one that it worked.
Cisco and Google Cloud Create Framework for Innovation
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Cisco and Google are collaborating to establish a hybrid cloud architecture that empowers customers to innovate. For the past two years, our engineering teams have been working together to deliver...
Cloud Ready Networks for Public Sector
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Cisco accelerates innovation in the cloud to help public sector customers achieve their mission and agency objectives.
The Next Phase of Co-Innovation – Cisco and Google Cloud
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Today at Google Cloud NEXT, David Goeckeler unveiled the next phase of our journey with Google Cloud: the expansion of our multicloud and hybrid collaboration to include Google Cloud's Anthos.
A Solution Looking For A Problem?
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Last year, on a date that he is uncertain of, Cisco’s own Pete Johnson saw a tweet that said: “Serverless is a solution looking for a problem.” The statement frustrated...
DevOps with CloudCenter and Kubernetes in a Multicloud Environment – Part 1
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Whatever your business might be, your internal and external customers expect more and more services, greater efficiency and a better experience. Providing new services (which in most cases will mean a new or revamped application) to customers and anticipating your competitors’ moves attracts new customers and retains the existing ones.