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Network Services Headers (NSH): Creating a Service Plane for Cloud Networks

In the past, we have pointed out that configuring network services and security policies into an app...

Nov 19th | Cisco Blog » Data Center and Cloud

Going Native with OpenStack Centric Applications: Murano

Following on our previous discussion  surveying the projects supporting applications within OpenSta...

Nov 18th | Cisco Blog » Data Center and Cloud

Cisco UCS Integrated Infrastructure for Big Data with Splunk Enterprise

The Cisco UCS Integrated Infrastructure for Big Data is the third generation of Cisco UCS Common Pl...

Nov 18th | Cisco Blog » Data Center and Cloud

Nimble Storage extends Adaptive Flash Platform with 16G FC, more deployment options

As customers continue to look for points of differentiation in their markets, the Storage Area Netwo...

Nov 18th | Cisco Blog » Data Center and Cloud

Take Out the Stress of Choosing the Right Cloud Provider

For many organizations, buying cloud services can be stressful. After all, as your business moves mo...

Nov 17th | Cisco Blog » Data Center and Cloud

Discover the latest advances in Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE) technology.

IT managers are finding it increasingly challenging to deliver the services end users demand while k...

Nov 17th | Cisco Blog » Data Center and Cloud

Going Native with OpenStack Centric Applications: Overview

Cloud infrastructure is useless without applications running atop, providing business services and...

Nov 16th | Cisco Blog » Data Center and Cloud

Cisco and Unidesk: How to Simplify and Scale VDI with Citrix, Microsoft, or VMware

Posted on behalf of   Ramesh Chitor, Cisco Systems and Tom Rose, Unidesk It’s no secret that desk...

Nov 14th | Cisco Blog » Data Center and Cloud

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