Carpe Diem: What Data Center Operators Must Do to Manage Day 2 Ops Today?
As Cisco is helping countries develop their digital capabilities during the on-going crisis, enterprises are seeing unprecedented application and growth in data within Data Centers (DC’s).
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Making NFV Insanely Simple for Hybrid Cloud
Looking to move away from purpose-built physical network appliances and take advantage of the benefits of NFV? NFV is about much more than cost savings, it is about moving at the pace of software. But how do you get started? If you look at ETSI, you need a ton of hardware and software just to […]
NFV Is Not Just For Service Providers
What comes to mind when you hear the term Network Functions Virtualization(NFV)? Until recently, at least in my mind, the answers were ‘Service Providers’, ‘vCPE’, ‘Cloud’. If you don’t know what NFV is, read this blog post first and come back. But why does NFV have to be exclusively for service providers? At the end of […]
“Standing Room Only” in the Service Provider Booth at Cisco Live Milan 2015
Written by Igor Dayen, SP Product and Solutions Marketing If you had a chance to join us at Cisco Live Milan last month, thank you very much for making this another exciting event for all of us. If you missed out being there in person, let me give you a brief summary of the highlights. Milan is […]
Evolution of the Super Administrator
Large enterprise organisations are traditionally siloed from an IT perspective. You have the Server Team, the Network Team, the Storage Team, the Security Team, the Application Team; you get the idea. There are usually politics involved, where the IT Division resembles a kindergarten with playground arguments and disagreements. THE GAME IS CHANGING! With the Software […]
IP Traffic Will Need a Fast Lane for Video in 2018
Over the past two decades, Internet Protocol (IP) traffic has been on the rise and is anticipated to continue along a similar trajectory over the next five years. The increasing number of fixed and wireless devices and M2M nodes that are connecting to global IP networks is one of the primary contributors to global IP […]
Observations from London SDN Conference… “Wait, it’s coming…” … But Can You Afford T …
Last week I spent some time at the “Software Defined Networking 2014” conference in London. It’s a relatively small conference I would say however given the growing interest in SDN and rapid progress of the technology it’s always good to hear alternative viewpoints and experiences. And I certainly found the previous conference here in December […]