Date:Sunday, July 12 –
Wednesday, July 15
Location:Orange County CC;
Microsoft World Partner Conference
Please join Cisco at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference at the Orange County Convention Center, July 12-16 in Orlando, Florida.
See how Cisco is igniting opportunities for Microsoft partners and system integrators today, tomorrow, together. Cisco and Microsoft together create opportunities through the intersection of networking, servers, and enterprise software, delivering optimal value to our joint customers. While at the conference, learn how the Cisco partner ecosystem can you help you and your company capitalize on these opportunities.
We look forward to seeing you at Microsoft World Partner Conference 2015 in Orlando, Florida.
Location and Show Dates
Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, Florida
July 12-16, 2015
Exhibit Hall Visitor Hours
Sunday, July 12
5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Monday, July 13
11:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Tuesday, July 14
9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday, July 15
11:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Realize the Hybrid Cloud Opportunity with Microsoft and Cisco
Speaker: Bryan McCarthy, Partner Operations Manager, Cisco
Capitalize on the hybrid cloud opportunity with private cloud solutions from Cisco and Microsoft. These solutions enable IT organizations to be more flexible, efficient, and agile through industry-leading technologies and transparent management and automation across the data center. Combine these capabilities with newly announced Cisco intelligent application networking services for Microsoft that enable secure physical and virtual workload portability between private clouds and Microsoft Azure to create even more value for your customers. Add joint partner incentive programs, and we are confident you will agree that now is a great time to be a Microsoft and Cisco partner.
Blurred Lines: Strategies for Building Partnerships and Alliances in a Polygamous World
Speaker: Cynthia Johnson, Cisco; Gail Mercer-MacKay, Mercer-MacKay Solutions; Maria Olson, NetApp
How is your partner channel? In sales pursuit, Cisco and NetApp both partner and compete, usually landing deals in concert with three or more players. Although partnering is more important than ever, defining the rules of engagement has become increasingly complex. Blurred lines are promoting new norms. Engage with Cisco and NetApp as they share their proven success framework and top 10 tips to help you reduce cost of sales, increase wins, and broaden your market effect.
Cisco Partner Ecosystem
The Cisco partner program has evolved to attract and reward a much broader set of partners. Learn how Cisco partner programs and incentives can help you reach new markets and foster profitable growth, while creating even more customer value, with integrated solutions from Cisco and Microsoft.
Application Centric Infrastructure
Cisco Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI) integration with Microsoft Azure reduces TCO, automates IT tasks, and accelerates application deployments. It enables cloud administrators to centralize control through the application-centric policy model with greater network visibility through the integration of physical and virtual environments across networks, servers, security, and services.
Azure-Ready Hybrid Clouds
Cisco innovations such as Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI), Cisco Cloud Services Router (CSR) 1000V, and Intercloud Fabric have been integrated with Microsoft Windows Azure Pack, System Center, and Hyper-V to enable secure physical and virtual workload portability between private clouds and Microsoft Cloud. Cisco and Microsoft have integrated these technologies in the Cisco Cloud Architecture for the Microsoft Cloud Platform to enable service providers to deploy traditional enterprise workloads rapidly in a hybrid cloud environment that is both Intercloud and Azure ready.
Cisco UCS and Integrated Infrastructures for Private Cloud
FlexPod and VSPEX are integrated compute, networking, and storage solutions developed by Cisco with NetApp and Cisco with EMC. These flexible architectures can easily be scaled and optimized for a variety of application workloads and provide the optimal platforms for Microsoft-oriented data centers and private cloud.
Cisco UCS Management with Microsoft System Center
Cisco Unified Computing System (Cisco UCS) offers simplified and open management with strong integration into Microsoft System Center. Cisco UCS Manager provides embedded management of all software and hardware components in Cisco UCS. With Cisco UCS Central, management can be extended globally to thousands of servers across multiple Cisco UCS domains and geographies. Cisco UCS Director unifies management across computing, networking, and storage components in integrated infrastructure solutions.
Cisco UCS for Microsoft SQL Server and Exchange
The Cisco UCS management model, service profiles, and virtual interface adapters dramatically simplify and standardize Microsoft application deployments. Cisco UCS also provides the highest levels of consolidation and performance for both virtual and bare-metal SQL Server and Exchange implementations.
Meet with Cisco
Meet Cisco Experts
Cisco executives and subject matter experts will be available to meet one-on-one to discuss our partner programs and solutions. To request a meeting, contact your Cisco account manager or email email@example.com.
Cisco Referral Program, Rewards for Microsoft Partners
The Cisco Referral Program rewards Microsoft Solution Led Selling for solution selling with Cisco channel partners. Penetrate new markets. Improve your profitability.
- Microsoft on Cisco UCS
- Data Center and Virtualization
- Cisco Data Center Private Cloud
- Cisco Data Center Services
- Unleashing IT, Microsoft Special Edition
Microsoft World Partner Conference Links
- Microsoft Executive Brad Anderson on Cisco UCS Market Momentum
- Cisco ACI and Microsoft Cloud OS with Microsoft CVP Brad Anderson
- Cisco 1000V for Microsoft Introduction
- Cisco UCS for Microsoft Introduction
- Empowering Cisco and Microsoft Partners in the Data Center (Jim McHugh and Brian Allison from WPC 2013)
Customer Case Studies
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