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Participate in technical, deep dive workshops with Cisco experts to help you maximize your investment in Cisco Virtualization Solutions for Service Providers. The series, focused on specific data center topics, addresses server, storage, and WAN technologies, and the best ways to deploy and gain ultimate performance from data center applications. We will also review the market for cloud services and discuss how to deliver new offerings to your customers. These live events will include Q&A.

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June 20th, 2017

Application Centric Infrastructure Review and Update
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Application Centric Infrastructure Review and Update

Tuesday, June 20th, 2017
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Eastern Time (GMT-5)
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Pacific Time (GMT-8)


This session briefly re-introduces Cisco Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI) for those unfamiliar with it, then goes on to updates of the current and near future status of features including the following:

  • Multi-pod and multi-site design overview (for intra- and inter-data center interconnect);
  • Analytics and automation (Tetration, Openstack, Open Source);
  • New hardware (–EX and –FX platforms);
  • New ecosystem partners;
  • Status of VMware support

After the session, you should come away with a good understanding of ACI top-of-mind developments and a foundation for a future deep dive on multi-pod and multi-site design.

May 23rd, 2017

Designing Storage Networks for Next-Generation Application Requirements
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Designing Storage Networks for Next-Generation Application Requirements

Tuesday, May 23rd, 2017
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Eastern Time (GMT-5)
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Pacific Time (GMT-8)


In this session you will get expert guidance as you design your storage networks for SSD and next-generation virtualized applications. We will address challenges with performance, scale, programmability, and analytics. You should come away with a solid investment protection plan for your storage networks, including how to:

  • Transition to 32G Fibre Channel
  • Increase SAN reliability and performance through best practices
  • Modernize architecture and operations
  • Support agile software development through the programmability and automation of storage networks
  • Design for the next decade and minimize chances of obsolescence from frequent technology advances

March 14th, 2017

Cisco Virtual Topology System (VTS)
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Cisco Virtual Topology System (VTS)

Tuesday, March 14th, 2017
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Eastern Time (GMT-5)
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Pacific Time (GMT-8)

The Cisco Virtual Topology System (VTS) is a standards-based, open software-overlay management and provisioning system. It automates data center network fabric provisioning for virtual and physical infrastructure.

The system offers a rich set of automation and programmability capabilities across the entire Cisco Nexus switching portfolio to enhance the deployment of cloud-based services.

In this session, you will learn about:

  • VTS, its use cases, and problems it solves
  • The foundational elements of VTS and how it functions architecturally
  • Where VTS fits within the Cisco product portfolio among other technologies
  • When VTS is a good fit compared to other approaches such as ACI Other fascinating aspects of VTS
  • Upgrade procedure overview

February 14, 2017

Cisco HyperFlex 2.0: Features and Use Cases
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Cisco HyperFlex 2.0: Features and Use Cases

Tuesday, February 14, 2017
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Eastern Time (GMT-5)
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Pacific Time (GMT-8)

Speakers:
Phil Lowden, DC CSE
Jim Triestman, DC CSE

Host:
Darren Marinko, DC CSE

Cisco HyperFlex announces version 2.0 in February, 2017. It's packed with new features that bring hyperconvergence to a new level. 

In this session you will hear:

  • Brief overview of the hyperconverged market
  • Overview of HyperFlex business value and technology
  • New features, including all-flash innovations
  • Ecosystem update
  • Upgrade procedure overview

You will take away a solid update on Cisco's continued leadership in hyperconverged solutions.

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January 18, 2017

VXLAN the Cisco Way: Why, Where, When, What, How
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VXLAN the Cisco Way: Why, Where, When, What, How

Wednesday, January 18, 2017
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Eastern Time (GMT-5)
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Pacific Time (GMT-8)

Speakers:
Phil Lowden, Consulting Systems Engineer

Host:
Darren Marinko, Consulting Systems Engineer

VXLAN is all the rage in next-generation data center switching. The technology provides a mechanism for addressing common challenges such as scaling, physical and virtual server mobility, and optimal network utilization. This session provides a high-level overview of how Cisco positions and implements VXLAN on various platforms, including Cisco Nexus, CSR, and ASR[[NOTE: Please define CSR and ASR. If C stands for Cisco, do not abbreviate.]], with an emphasis on what problems it solves.

In this session, you will learn the following

  • Why: What business problems does VXLAN address?
  • Where: Which places in the network and platforms are targets for a VXLAN implementation, and how does VXLAN tie into legacy and core networks?
  • When: Is VXLAN mature enough for production environments?
  • What: What in a nutshell is VXLAN, and what's different about Cisco's VXLAN implementation?
  • How: What does a packet flow look like?

You will take away a solid update on Cisco's continued leadership in hyperconverged solutions.

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December 14, 2016

Cisco NFV Infrastructure
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Cisco NFV Infrastructure

Wednesday, December 14, 2016
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Eastern Time (GMT-5)
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Pacific Time (GMT-8)

Speakers:
Jim Triestman, CSE DC Service Provider Cisco
Phil Lowden, Consulting Systems Engineer Cisco

Host:
Steve Daigle, Sr Manager Data Center Service Provider

This session will introduce Cisco's Network Functions Virtualization Infrastructure (NFVI) strategy, architecture, use cases, and services. 

In this session you will learn about:

  • Cisco's NFV strategy
  • Overview of NFV and NFVI architecture
  • NFVI use case: media cloud
  • NFVI services

 

Nov 15, 2016

Cisco Global Cloud Index, 2015-2020
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Cisco Global Cloud Index, 2015-2020

Nov 15, 2016

Speakers:
Arielle Sumits, Senior Analyst
Shruti Jain, Senior Analyst
Taru Khurana, Analyst
Usha Andra, Senior Analyst

Host:
Thomas Barnett, Director of Service Provider Thought Leadership

The Cisco Global Cloud Index (GCI) is an ongoing effort to forecast the growth of global data center and cloud based IP traffic and trends. On November 8, Cisco will reveal the sixth annual GCI update, with data center virtualization and cloud computing insights for global service providers, OTT players, and governments/municipalities that manage data center resources. Featured projections and analyses will include the following:

  • Global and regional data center and cloud traffic growth projections
  • The effects of network function virtualization (NFV) on data center infrastructures
  • Global and regional workload transitions (virtualization) from traditional IT to cloud solutions
  • The growth of public vs. private clouds and the role hybrid clouds will play
  • The growth and shifts in three primary cloud service categories: IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS
  • Potential IoT effects on data centers as global digitization drives new big data demands for storage and analysis 
  • Cloud-readiness assessments for fixed/mobile networks to deliver cloud services (for nearly 150 countries)
  • The role security plays in protecting personal and business data as well as cloud-based transactions

 

Oct 18, 2016

The State of Automation in Compute, Agile Tools, and Approaches to Streamlining Management
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The State of Automation in Compute, Agile Tools, and Approaches to Streamlining Management

Oct 18, 2016

Speakers:
Phi Yim, Product Sales Specialist
Fred Tsou, Consulting Systems Engineer
Jim Triestman, Consulting Systems Engineer

Host:
Steve Daigle, Sr Manager, Data Center Service Provider

Yesterday’s standard systems management techniques cannot keep up with today’s needs.    Today, the fast rollout and turnover of new/old applications coupled with the much larger demands placed on smaller SA teams leads to trends we are seeing in the industry.   These trends use programmability and automation capabilities found in a new generation of common tools. 

 Some things you’ll learn from session include:

  • What are the common tools of interest in this space of automation/system management?
  • How do these tools work together, and how are they complementary to the Cisco Unified Computing System™ (Cisco UCS®) management framework?
  • What are the technical and business advantages of using such approaches?

 

 

Sep 20, 2016

Cisco and Apprenda: Modernize Your Apps While Transforming the Service Provider Data Center
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Cisco and Apprenda: Modernize Your Apps While Transforming the Service Provider Data Center

Sep 20, 2016

Speakers:
Jim Triestman, CSE DC Service Provider Cisco
Sasha Jeltuhin Technical Director Apprenda

Host:
Steve Daigle, Sr Manager Data Center Service Provider

As many businesses are trying to decide how to respond to threats and opportunities arising from digitization, service providers understand the importance of delivering applications at the speed of ideas. To quickly and flexibly offer the services that best provide value to internal and external customers, organizations are turning to an application-centric approach: that is, using software to strengthen their traditional business offerings, create new revenue streams, and optimize business processes. As software becomes the competitive currency of the business, investments are being made to embrace new distributed cloud applications, implement cloud platforms, and automate infrastructure provisioning. However, IT organizations are facing many challenges in delivering high-quality, agile applications to keep up with the increasing pace of change, while maintaining governance and operational efficiency. Cisco (Cisco UCS, ACI, and Metapod) and Apprenda offer an automated solution to alleviate these challenges and transform your data center into a policy-driven application cloud platform, allowing you to accelerate to digitization (or an application-centric approach). 

Join us to learn how to:

 

  • Automate security, compliance, and governance through microsegmentation and policy-driven controls
  • Cloud-enable existing n-tier application by making them distributed and autoscalable
  • Align with DevOps and enable self-service to embrace rapid development and deployment
  • Achieve operational efficiencies while reducing time to market with Cisco UCS and Apprenda synergies
  • Future-proof apps from any infrastructure changes, including data center migrations, OS upgrades, server installations, or other configuration changes

 

Jun 21, 2016

Network-Based Data Analytics
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Network-Based Data Analytics

Jun 21, 2016

Speaker: Phil Lowden, Consulting Systems Engineer
Host: Steve Daigle, Senior Systems Engineer Manager

In this session you will learn:

 

  • What data analytics is and what it can do for service provider monetization and quality of service
  • What solutions Cisco has for data analytics
  • What solutions are on the Cisco roadmap based on industry trends

 

May 17, 2016

Cisco UCS Family of Comprehensive Management Tools
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Cisco UCS Family of Comprehensive Management Tools

May 17, 2016

Speaker: Jim Triestman, CSE SP DC/
Host: Steve Daigle, Sr CSE Manager, Service Provider Data Center

Cisco UCS architecture and design have had management flexibility at their focal point since launch. The ecosystem and capabilities of Cisco UCS management have evolved over the years to address the growing and changing needs of its expanding user base. During this session, we will take a high-level perspective/view on the breadth of tools and components that make up the Cisco UCS management framework.

In this session you will learn about:

 

  • The different tools and use cases for each, including UCSM, CLI, CIMC, XML API, SDKs, Cisco UCS Central, and Cisco UCS Director
  • How these components are related and work together
  • The strengths of one approach compared to another
  • The licensing and positioning of these components

 

Apr 19, 2016

Software-Defined Storage, Overview of Use Cases, Ecosystem, and Cisco UCS Enabling Components
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Software-Defined Storage, Overview of Use Cases, Ecosystem, and Cisco UCS Enabling Components

Apr 19, 2016

Speaker:  Jim Triestman, CSE SP Data Center
Host: Steve Daigle, Sr CSE Manager, Service Provider Data Center

Software-defined storage(SDS) is a hot new technology trend fueled by the momentum of open source; tremendous current x86 computing power; and desire for flexible, scalable, and cost-effective storage options. It is important to understand the broad classifications of this technology, some use cases, and enabling components to support these environments.

In this session you will learn about:

  • General architectural differences of various SDS approaches
  • General use cases for various approaches 
  • Cisco UCS technology that is customized to support various SDS environments

 

Mar 15, 2016

Hyperconverged Infrastructure: Whats the Big Deal?
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Hyperconverged Infrastructure: Whats the Big Deal?

Mar 15, 2016

Speaker:  Phil Lowden, Consulting Systems Engineer
Host: Steve Daigle, Senior SE Manager

Hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) is an up-and-coming data center deployment model for compute, storage, and in some cases access network deployment. It’s based on the paradigm of programmability, much like what software-defined networking (SDN) solutions such as the Cisco Application Centric Infrastructure are about. This presentation will explore market trends, opportunity, use cases, solution providers, and Cisco’s HCI endeavors.

In this session you will learn:

 

  • What HCI is
  • Why the data center IT industry is interested in HCI and to what extent in terms of available market
  • How companies use HCI in the data center
  • Who the major HCI providers are and whether they’re Cisco friends or foes
  • What Cisco is doing in the HCI marketplace

 

Jan 19, 2016

How Is Cisco UCS M-Series Being Used by Our Customers?
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How Is Cisco UCS M-Series Being Used by Our Customers?

Jan 19, 2016

Speaker:
Mahesh Natarajan, Sr. Product Manager
Jim Triestman, Sr. Consulting Systems Engineer

Host:
Steve Daigle, Sr. Systems Engineering Manager

M-Series is the latest addition to the rapidly growing Cisco UCS franchise. Cisco UCS M-Series was primarily brought to market to address the needs of scale-out applications, which are prevalent in the service provider space. The M-Series introduced the concept of disaggregated server architecture using Cisco’s continued innovation with the virtual interface card (VIC) and Cisco UCS Manager. Since its launch in late 2014, the Cisco UCS M-Series portfolio has grown significantly; a number of customers who in various stages of adoption. 

In this session you will learn about:

  • Evolution of the server architecture and how Cisco UCS M-Series fits in the evolution
  • How the Cisco UCS M-Series portfolio has grown over the last year
  • Examples of customers who have adopted M-Series 
  • Sneak preview of what’s coming next

Dec 16, 2015

Beyond Infrastructure: Cloud 2.0 Signifies New Challenges and Opportunities for Cloud Service Providers
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Beyond Infrastructure: Cloud 2.0 Signifies New Challenges and Opportunities for Cloud Service Providers

Dec 16, 2015

Speakers:
Katie Broderick, Research Director, Datacenter Initiatives, 451 Research
Tom Williams, Director, Cloud Business Development, Cisco Systems
Andrew Vaz, Director, Cloud and Network Solutions Group, Cisco Systems

Host:
John Malzahn, Cloud Solutions Marketing, Cisco Systems

Increasingly users are demanding that their cloud service providers deliver enterprise-ready, value-added, easily scaled services with security included deeply within. They want hosted cloud solutions that are deployed on demand, tuned to specific dynamic workloads, and easily cloud-interconnected in hybrid models. In other words, the hallmarks of cloud now are speed and agility and, most of all, services.

Customers are looking to their cloud service providers (CSPs) to provide a business-ready cloud infrastructure. Thus for CSPs, the need today is for an elegantly architected cloud platform that users see as operationally efficient and simple, with the ability to deploy new services not in hours or days as before, but literally in minutes. 

In this special webinar, 451 Research will present the results of a custom survey, sponsored by Cisco and Microsoft, detailing the business drivers of the fast emerging era of Cloud 2.0, showing the effects of this change on CSPs while suggesting ways CSPs can best position themselves to capitalize on this dynamic cloud environment.

This session will also address how cloud providers can use the advantages of Cisco’s cloud architecture for Microsoft platforms and GTM partnership to accelerate delivery of a comprehensive set of cloud offerings. Designed for scale-up enterprise workloads and applications, this unique new cloud architecture gives cloud providers the ability to offer hybrid cloud, IaaS, PaaS, SaaS, and premises-based managed edge cloud services from a single platform while dramatically simplifying operations and reducing costs.

Dec 08, 2015

Cisco Network Function Virtualization Infrastructure: Carrier-Grade NFVI
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Cisco Network Function Virtualization Infrastructure: Carrier-Grade NFVI

Dec 08, 2015

Speaker:
Filippo Galimberti, Sr. Marketing Manager, Network Function Virtualization, Cisco
Suhail Syed, Sr. Product Manager, Cisco Cloud and Virtualization Group
Peter Fetterolf, Ph.D., Sr. Marketing Manager, Business & Technology Architecture, Cisco

The service provider industry is moving quickly to adopt virtualization to deliver network functions. In this journey, network function virtualization infrastructure (NFVI) is getting higher attention because it plays a fundamental role in the delivery of carrier-grade services.

In this session, we will illustrate Cisco NFVI architecture, a carrier-grade solution designed, optimized, and validated for VNF adoption. Following the ETSI NFV framework, we will position and explain the value of Cisco NFVI building blocks: physical and virtual infrastructure, the VIM orchestration layer, and operations. In the session we will also present independent test results demonstrating the quality of Cisco’s NFVI design. 

Nov 17, 2015

Securing Todays Dynamic Data Center Environments for Service Providers
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Securing Todays Dynamic Data Center Environments for Service Providers

Nov 17, 2015

Speaker:
Bill McGee, Sr. Manager
Christina Hausman, Manager Data Center Security Solutions

Host: 
Sam Rastogi, Sr. Manager, Service Provider Security 

Part of the tension between the production network, corporate IT, and security has been the all-too-often correct perception that many security solutions can interrupt and slow down business-critical applications and services. Nowhere is this more apparent than in the data center, where complex traffic, customized applications, virtualization, and dynamic resource scalability are essential to the health and success for service providers to push forward with their business outcomes. And yet, based on data center surveys, most administrators feel that many of the security solutions available to them are simply not designed for these challenges.

In this presentation we will look at:

  • Why sophisticated cybercriminals are directly targeting service provider data centers
  • Why many service provider data centers are still not adequately protected in spite of high-profile attacks
  • Why traditional security solutions don’t work in the service provider data center
  • Why the answer to securing increasingly complex service provider data centers—traditional, virtualized, next-generation, cloud, big data/IoT, and managed environments—is not more complicated security solutions, but simplification
  • How Cisco’s integrated approach allows you to transparently blend security into your complex and evolving data center environments, providing you with the protection you need without compromising your data center’s performance, agility, or control  

 

Nov 10, 2015

Cisco Global Cloud Index, 2014-2019
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Cisco Global Cloud Index, 2014-2019

Nov 10, 2015

Speaker:
Arielle Sumits, Senior Analyst
Shruti Jain, Senior Analyst
Taru Khurana, Analyst

In October 2015, the updated Cisco Global Cloud Index (GCI), 2014–2019 will be publicly released. The GCI annual report is an ongoing effort to forecast the growth of global data center and cloud-based IP traffic. This study also examines trends associated with data center virtualization and cloud computing services/applications for consumers and businesses. Here’s a sample of what you’ll learn during the November 10, 2015 Cisco Knowledge Network session: 

 

  • Global and regional data center and cloud traffic projections for the 2014–2019 forecast period. What’s driving cloud traffic growth? Which regions will generate the most cloud traffic? High-level analysis of public and private cloud adoption with application examples. 
  • Global and regional data center workload growth projections for the 2014–2019 forecast period. How fast are workloads moving from traditional IT to cloud-based architectures? New perspectives on trends that are emerging from the primary cloud service delivery models: infrastructure as a service (IaaS), platform as a service (PaaS), and software as a service (SaaS). 
  • Cloud readiness analysis based on fixed and mobile network performance factors. What are the network requirements for cloud-based applications/services? Which regions and countries are most cloud ready based on their current fixed/mobile network performance values?                                               

 


Updated reports, tools, and resources will be publicly available at www.cisco.com/go/cloudindex in October 2015. This Cisco thought leadership content can empower service providers and public/private data center operators with unique and actionable cloud research that can support their business and technology objectives.    

Oct 20, 2015

Get Your Piece of the $100B Virtual Managed Services Business
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Get Your Piece of the $100B Virtual Managed Services Business

Oct 20, 2015

Speaker: Ian Hood, Sr. Marketing Manager, Cisco Systems
Host: Wayne Cullen, Sr. Marketing Manager, Cisco Systems

Imagine if your business customers could easily and securely order network services they want online and have them available within minutes.

Imagine too if you could have an online marketplace personalized to your brand and deployed in a few short weeks, not many months.

Imagine no more.

Cisco Virtual Managed Services (VMS), an open, modular software platform, can help you achieve these goals quickly and set you on the path to getting your slice of this rapidly growing business. It can help you deploy a set of highly secure, cloud-based services for automated delivery of business connectivity and applications services cost-effectively, transparently, on demand, and with amazing user experiences.

Cisco is helping our service provider partners build innovative services in a way that their customers want to consume them. DT and Telstra have already done it using our Virtual Managed Services platform. Now we have further developed this Cisco VMS software platform to provide you with enhanced capabilities and services. Our innovative Cisco Virtual Managed Services solution has been showcased at major events such as Cisco Live, NFV Congress, and the recent SDN Congress in Dusseldorf.

Sep 15, 2015

Delivering Cloud on Your Terms: Introducing the Cisco Powered Architecture for the Microsoft Cloud Platform
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Delivering Cloud on Your Terms: Introducing the Cisco Powered Architecture for the Microsoft Cloud Platform

Sep 15, 2015

Speaker:
Tom Williams - Director, Cloud Business Development, Cisco Systems
Peter Lackey - Technical Solutions Architect, Cisco Systems
Alex Lee - Architect, Microsoft

Bringing new services to market can be challenging for cloud providers. It requires a close eye on costs and careful management of the complex integration of the infrastructure and the application layers. Cloud providers need to increase their speed to market, improve service performance, enable as-a-service monetization, and deliver hybrid cloud readiness with a global-ready solution.

The newly released Cisco Powered Architecture for the Microsoft Cloud Platform combines Microsoft Windows Server, System Center, and Windows Azure Pack (WAP) with Cisco Unified Data Center and Cisco Application Centric Infrastructure (Cisco ACI) for a preintegrated, tested, and validated solution. Designed for scale-up enterprise workloads and applications, this unique new cloud architecture gives cloud providers the ability to offer hybrid cloud, IaaS, PaaS, SaaS, and premises-based managed edge cloud services from a single platform while dramatically simplifying operations and reducing costs.

Join Cisco and Microsoft as we discuss this new kind of engineering solution and go-to-market partnership to accelerate service delivery and simplify the journey to the intercloud for cloud providers. This session will include details of the current solution and workloads, customer use examples, how cloud providers can use the go-to-market partnership with Cisco and Microsoft, and a view into future collaboration. 

Jun 17, 2015

Gain Control over Cloud Services and Grow Your Cloud Profesional Services Practice
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Gain Control over Cloud Services and Grow Your Cloud Profesional Services Practice

Jun 17, 2015

Speaker: Robert Dimicco, Sr. Director, Cloud and Data Center, Cisco Systems

Host Name: Vikram Gulati, Team Lead, Cloud Services Marketing, Cisco 

Public cloud services are being adopted rapidly because they make good business sense. They help organizations become more agile, cut costs, and reduce complexity. However, we find that there are up to 15 times more cloud services in use than known by a customer’s IT team, making it difficult to manage and potentially putting data at risk. 

With Cisco Cloud Consumption as a Service, you can now gain insight into your customers’ cloud use and work with them to mitigate security and financial exposure.

In this webinar, you will learn how Cloud Consumption as a Service will help you bring cloud service usage out of the shadows for your customers, discover the right cloud services to meet their business needs and capitalize on the estimated $39.6B cloud professional services market by becoming their strategic cloud and hybrid IT advisor.

In this session you will learn how to help your customers:

• Gain greater visibility into their cloud use

• Manage risk and compliance

• Discover the right cloud services

• Benchmark cloud usage

You will also learn how Cloud Consumption as a Service will enable you to:

• Grow your revenue and create the foundation of your company’s intercloud strategy

• Establish a data-based, consultative selling approach to identify and upsell hybrid IT, intercloud, and security opportunities

• Expand your cloud professional or managed services practice. 

May 19, 2015

Introducing The Cisco UCS C3160 Solution
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Introducing The Cisco UCS C3160 Solution

May 19, 2015

Host:
Phil Cahill, Sr. Systems Engineering Manager – SP Data Center Sales

Speakers:
David Desroches, Consulting Systems Engineer – SP Data Center Sales
Paula Patel, Sr. Product Manager Cisco UCS

After attending this session you will:

  • Understand the emerging needs of Cloud Storage
  • Understand Cisco’s unique value proposition for the C3160
  • Understand the place the C3160 Series holds within the UCS portfolio