Data Center and Virtualization

Benefits of Open Source

Learn about Open Source in networked environments.

Benefits of Open Source
Benefits of Open Source
Unify Your Data Center

Unify Your Data Center

Cisco Unified Data Center changes the economics of the data center by unifying computer, storage, networking, virtualization, and management into a single platform. The result is operational simplicity and business agility -- essential for cloud computing and deploying IT as a service.

Unified Computing

Unified Computing

Cisco UCS is the smart, innovative fabric computing infrastructure that simplifies operations, speeds deployment, and runs applications faster in bare-metal, virtualized, and cloud computing environments.

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Unified Fabric

Unified Fabric

Cisco Unified Fabric provides the foundational connectivity. By unifying storage, data networking, and network services, Unified Fabric delivers architectural flexibility and consistent networking across physical, virtual and cloud environments.
Cisco Unified Fabric helps enable convergence, network scale, virtualization-awareness, and intelligence through the industry-leading Cisco NX-OS.

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Unified Management

Unified Management

The Unified Management component of Cisco's data center architecture features end-to-end management software solutions. These solutions provide an intelligent, automated approach to IT management, offering speed and enterprise-grade reliability while simplifying deployment and operation of physical and bare metal, virtual, and cloud infrastructure.

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Design Your Data Center

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