Cisco's end-to-end network is made up of systems that address the unique needs of each place in the network, connected by a common infrastructure. These systems help us speed new technology deployments. Reduce IT staff needs. Protect network and data integrity. And improve employee productivity and experience.
A secure, integrated network reduces operating costs and eases management. With it, we can respond to and roll out new business initiatives efficiently.
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If you could change anything about network management, what would it be? Having been both a network project manager and program manager at Cisco, I’ve given this a lot of thought.
With 12,500 Cisco UCS servers, we’re constantly looking for innovative ways to simplify management. We use on-premises Cisco UCS Director and UCS Central servers to manage our blade servers, and Cisco Integrated Management Controller to manage our standalone rack servers.
If you haven’t seen my colleague Ben Irving’s Network of the Future blog, I recommend you check it out. In this blog I’ll share what we’ve accomplished so far in terms of the new WAN architecture Ben describes here.
Cisco IT is transitioning our corporate network to Cisco Digital Network Architecture (Cisco DNA), along with a parallel transition to Cisco DNA Center to complement our network management strategy.