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This presentation will discuss concerns and opportunities, business drivers, cisco solutions for enterprise cloud, the compute platform, cisco automation solutions and cloud enablement workshop.

This presentation will discuss concerns and opportunities, business drivers, cisco solutions for enterprise cloud, the compute platform, cisco automation solutions and cloud enablement workshop.

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  • 1. Enterprise PrivateCloud Computing
  • 2. OnX Cloud Computing
  • 3. Agenda  Introductions  Concerns and Opportunities  Business Drivers  Cisco Solutions for Enterprise Cloud  The Compute Platform  Cisco Automation Solutions  Cloud enablement workshop
  • 4. Concerns and•OnX Cloud Computing Opportunities with Cloud•Online Executive Briefing
  • 5. Blah Blah Cloud…Ok, so “Cloud” just might be slightly overused…
  • 6. OnX Enterprise Solutions . . .About OnX
  • 7. OnX Enterprise Solutions  Global reach — USA, Canada, Europe and Asia Pacific  Over 500 full time and 150+ specialized consultants  $750+M annual revenue with over 100+M in services  5 High Availability Data Centers with multiple certifications  Federated Cloud Center of Excellence Lab and Briefing Centers  Cisco Partner of the Year 2011 – only certified Cloud Builder and Cloud Provider in Canada  Momentum – developer of Digital Application Solutions enabling end to end offerings We provide Managed Cloud Services, Digital Application Services, Professional Services and Integrated Hardware / Software Solutions
  • 8. Breadth of Services…
  • 9. Journey to the CloudOnX’s natural evolution of our Co-Lo & Hosting  Providing full Managed Services since 1999  Multiple data centers managing over 4000 workloads  Customer Assistance Center with ITIL based Runbooks Evolution of Service Provider Services: SPI Model  Remote management and monitoringOnX has been doing Clouds since 2007  Over 2000 existing client workloads (UltraHosting.com)  VMware Condo model cloud Revenue & Revenue/Sq/FtLaunched Semi-Private Cloud in 2010 – Gen2 Virtual Desktop  Secure self service—add/modify/remove SaaS Infrastructure  Usage based hourly billing  Template & snapshot management included PaaS Compute  Secure network connectivity (dedicated VPN/Firewall) Hi-Lo/Cloud Burst  Hybrid to existing managed hosting offering IaaS Business ContinuityLaunched Federated Cloud in early 2012 – Gen3 (Disaster Recovery)  Enterprise Grade: Vblock based, Tier 3 Data Centers Hosting Development &  Highly Scalable—can expand 20x in less than 60 days Testing/Quality  Tiered storage option—performance vs capacity Co-Location Assurance  Tailoring abilities for specific SLA‘s  Metered resources - reserve vs allocation vs pay as you go  Self service portal and programmable API‘s Complexity  Available now for quick time to market
  • 10. Business Driversto the Cloud
  • 11. Fear, Doubt, and Uncertainty Persist… 63% 79% 75% 70%Business units 79% of CxOs 75% of CxOs 70% of CxOs 63% of CxOs areare adopting are hesitant to are hesitant to are concerned concerned aboutcloud computing adopt cloud adopt cloud about security the integration ofat a rate of 2.5x because of because of when thinking various servicesto 5x faster than fear of vendor performance about the cloud involved withIT according to lock-in and availability delivery ofthe various concerns critical businessanalyst firms functions
  • 12. We are rapidly approaching… … And Need To Address with Cloud 1 Trillion Millions 1 Zettabyte Connected Devices Applications 1B Terabytes of ContentWeb based Collaboration Lots of ContentApplication Application Storage & Archives Access Mobility integration
  • 13. Benefits of the Cloud Reduce large Capital Expenditure outlay Optimize Operating Expenditures Improved Time to Value as either revenue, market penetration or ROI Flexibility and scalability to face unknown unknowns Lower Risk of commitments to unknowns Ability to meet seasonable demands without massive infrastructure build outs
  • 14. Cloudy and Confusion• Potential Concerns  Security Rapidly changing technologies create a  Performance/Availability concern of early adoption  Transition/Integration  Management• Cloud Type Confusion  IaaS vs PaaS vs SaaS  Everything as a Service  DBaaS, StaaS, DTaaS, CaaS, etc.• Cloud Delivery Misunderstanding  Private/Public/Hybrid/Community  Virtual Private/Semi-Public/Semi-Private
  • 15. OnX Cloud Computing . . .Defining Your Cloud
  • 16. Defining the CloudCloud computing is a pay-per-use model for enablingavailable, convenient, on-demand network access to ashared pool of configurable computing resources thatcan be rapidly provisioned and released with minimalmanagement effort or service provider interaction.  On-demand self-service  Ubiquitous network access  Location-independent resource pooling  Rapid elasticity  Pay-per-use Organizations should clearly define their own requirements
  • 17. A World of Cloud Options Cloud Support Infrastructure as Platform as a Software as a Services a Service (IaaS) Service (PaaS) Service (SaaS) Monitor, Backup Cloud computing at Developer based Business based Manage and Secure the VM and/or storage ecosystem of the dev End-User the cloud notify on file/object level that platform & middleware Computing with SLA metrics with allows self serve IT that is cloud ready for client side capacity planning infrastructure programmability, scale, administrative thresholds administration availability and agility control Operational focus Technical focus App dev focus Business focus
  • 18. Federation of United Nations
  • 19. Federation of United Nations OnX Federated Cloud  federates client and OnX via security, burst, disaster recovery, service desk and API  Avoids islands and silos  Cloud to cloud or vSphere or physical
  • 20. Design Considerations . . .Lessons Learned
  • 21. Building a Cloud: Challenges• Multi-tenant – preparing for merger/acquisitions  Security from identity, edge protection and monitoring  Network isolation, scalability and management – vLAN‘s, VXLAN, Nexus1000V  Isolation of reporting, management, dashboards, SLA‘s etc.• Backup/recovery to Disaster Recovery  Without impacting SLA‘s of others and while enabling dynamic self serve  Business continuity of cloud workloads between sites – vaulting to replication• Meter and Measure – and capacity planning  Software license metering in dynamic self serve cloud  Resource consumption – Reserve to Pay as You Go (PAYG)  Billing – how to segment costs of all variables vCPU, vRAM, storage etc.• Migration – on/off ramps of the cloud  Moving cloud VM‘s – cloud to cloud, virtual to cloud etc between DC‘s  P2V, V2V and I2V translations
  • 22. Self Serve vs Fully Managed CloudsFlexibility Traditional Managed Hosting // OnTask DPH (Dedicated Private Hosting) Physical or virtual – dedicated hosting provides clients with complete customization of service levels to address specific security and performance needs while minimizing flexibility Yearly Commitment
  • 23. Self Serve vs Fully Managed Clouds Self Serve Cloud // OnTask VDC (Virtual Data Center)Flexibility VDC provides clients with complete self serve portal & API abilities to configure tiered VM’s, storage, networking, load balancing and firewalls that includes pay as you go burst and reservation cost rates – ideal for dev/test, web, training and processing use cases Traditional Managed Hosting // OnTask DPH (Dedicated Private Hosting) Physical or virtual – dedicated hosting provides clients with complete customization of service levels to address specific security and performance needs while minimizing flexibility Hourly Yearly Commitment
  • 24. Self Serve vs Fully Managed Clouds Self Serve Cloud // OnTask VDC (Virtual Data Center)Flexibility VDC provides clients with complete self serve portal & API abilities to configure tiered VM’s, storage, networking, load balancing and firewalls that includes pay as you go burst and reservation cost rates – ideal for dev/test, web, training and processing use cases Managed Multi-tenant Cloud // OnTask VMT (Virtual Multi-Tenant) VMT provides clients with greater support of a fully managed environment while still enabling cost effective flexibility at scale. More specific tailoring for DR, performance and security SLA’s over self service makes it ideal for compliance, desire to SaaS wrap apps and consistently “on” workloads Traditional Managed Hosting // OnTask DPH (Dedicated Private Hosting) Physical or virtual – dedicated hosting provides clients with complete customization of service levels to address specific security and performance needs while minimizing flexibility Hourly Monthly Yearly Commitment
  • 25. Dedicated Private Cloud Hosting
  • 26. Federated Multi-tenant
  • 27. Technology ConsumptionBuild it all your self Pre-build Vblock Physical & logical build Focus on logical build only  Reference architecture and ingrediants • Speed time to value with best of breed converged  Getting complete Bill of ALL Materials is challenging infrastructure  Layouts for floorspace, power/cooling • High availability design and testing included  Cabling alone can be a nightmare and waste time • Performance/scale planning in modular form  High availability design and testing discipline required • Focus time on value of logical layers  Performance/scale challenges in future planning • Enables standardization & remote management
  • 28. Cisco Solutions for EnterprisePrivate Cloud Computing
  • 29. Cisco Data Center Fabric Characteristics Secure Open • Isolation of virtual zones • Standards-based • Context-aware policies • Published API • Defense-in-depth • Broad ISV support Resilient Integrated • Fault-tolerant • Unified Compute, Network • Stateless Computing storage & Application Services • Integrated OAM • Secure • Holistic Management Scalable Flexible • 1G  100G • Customizable elastic infrastructure • 15,000 1GbE ports • Auto provisioning • 10,000+ 10GbE ports • Investment protection • 320 blades/system • 1000+ VM/system • Low latency
  • 30. Physical  Virtual  Cloud Journey PHYSICAL VIRTUAL CLOUD WORKLOAD WORKLOAD WORKLOAD • One app per Server • Many apps per Server • Multi-tenant per Server • Static • Mobile • Elastic • Manual provisioning • Dynamic provisioning • Automated Scaling HYPERVISOR VDC-1 VDC-2Nexus 7K/5K/3K/2K Nexus 1000V, VM-FEXWAAS, ASA, NAM, ACE Virtual WAAS, VSG, Virtual ASAUCS for Bare Metal UCS for Virtualized Workloads
  • 31. Cisco Nexus 1000 Portfolio Virtual Appliance Nexus 1010 VSM NAM VSG Virtual ASA vWAAS VSG VSM Primary VSM NAM VSG Secondary VSM: Virtual Supervisor Module Connectivity VEM: Virtual Ethernet Module Virtual Blades vPath: Virtual Service Data-path Virtual Supervisor Module (VSM) L3 VXLAN: Scalable Segmentation Network Analysis Module (NAM) VSG: Virtual Security Gateway Virtual Security Gateway (VSG) vWAAS: Virtual WAAS Data Center Network Manager Virtual ASA: Tenant-edge security (DCNM)* vPath VEM-1 VEM-2 VXLAN vPath VXLAN vPath VXLAN • 16M address space for• Service Binding (Traffic Steering) VMware ESX MSFT Hyper-V** LAN segments • Network Virtualization• Fast-Path Offload (Mac-over-UDP)
  • 32. Physical, Virtual, Cloud: End-to-End Security PHYSICAL VIRTUAL & CLOUD PHYSICAL APPLIANCES AND MODULES CLOUD FIREWALL Multi-scale™ data center-class ASA devices Enhanced cloud security New! Cisco ASA 5585-x ASA SM for Catalyst Cisco Virtual Cisco ASA 1000V 6500 Security Gateway (VSG) • Scalable in-line performance •Proven firewall to secure your cloud • Data center edge security policies • Tenant-edge to VM-specific policies • Flexible deployment options • Automated, policy-based provisioning
  • 33. Cisco‘s Virtual Security Architecture Orchestration / Cloud Portals Extending existing operational Virtual Network Management Center workflows to virtualized environments ASA Extending network services to VSG VM 1 VM 2 VM 3 virtualized environments 1000V Extending networking to virtualized environments Nexus 1000V vPath Compute Environment (e.g. UCS) Virtualized Agile Policy-Driven Multi-tenant
  • 34. Securing Tenant Edge with ASA 1000V•Proven Cisco Security…Virtualized vCenter •Physical – virtual consistency Virtual Network Management Center (VNMC)•Collaborative Security Model Tenant A Tenant B •VSG for intra-tenant secure zones VDC VDC vApp •ASA 1000V for tenant edge controls VSG VSG VSG vApp•Seamless Integration •With Nexus 1000V & vPath VSG ASA 1000V ASA 1000V•Scales with Cloud Demand vPath Nexus 1000V •Multi-instance deployment for Hypervisor horizontal scale-out deployment
  • 35. Cisco FabricPathScaling and Simplifying Layer 2 Ethernet Networks Up to 16 Agg switches 160+ Tbps switching capacity Traditional Spanning Tree Based Network Cisco FabricPath Network -Blocked Links -All Links Active • Eliminate Spanning tree limitations • Multi-pathing across all links, high cross-sectional bandwidth • High resiliency, faster network re-convergence • Any VLAN, any where in the fabric eliminate VLAN Scoping
  • 36. Connecting Virtualized Data Centers Compute & Cloud Integration, Location transparency IP Localization L2 Domain Elasticity Optimal Routing - Fabric Path/TRILL, vPC - Route Portability - LAN Extensions, OTV - LISP OTV OTV Service Localization - Any Service Anywhere Fabric Consolidation - Unified Fabric & I/O - Device Virtualization OTV - Segmentation VN-Link OTV NotificationsDeviceVirtualization Storage Elasticity-VDCs, - SAN Extensions-VRF enhancements VM-Awareness-MPLS VPN - VN-Link intelligence - Port Profiles
  • 37. Location ID/Separation Protocol (LISP)Global workload Mobility for the Cloud IP address LISP decouples host IP and session move with identity from host location VM enabling global IP address portability IP address A IP address A Feature: Benefits: • IP address Portability • Seamless Global Workload Mobility across cloud • On-Demand Route lookup • Network scalability, secure Multi-tenancy • IPv4/ IPv6 encapsulation • Simplified IPv6 transition Cisco NX-OS: Delivering Location Independence with OTV and LISP
  • 38. Overlay Transport Virtualization – OTVSimplified Layer 2 Extension• IP based Ethernet (L2) VPN solution IP IP –Logically a Shared Ethernet Segment –MAC routing –IP encapsulated forwarding L3• Core and Site Transparency L2 – Works across IP/MPLS• Packet Switching –Multi-point connectivity DC-1 DC-2 DC-N –No PW state preserved –Optimal m-cast replication  Protocol Learning• Full cross-sectional BW No STP: Built-in loop prevention –Equal cost multi-pathing –All-active multi-homing Failure domain is bound Floods/b-casts can be suppressed  Seamless adds/removes
  • 39. LAN Extensions: VXLAN over OTV• OTV is part of the IP core and provides – An e2e multicast transport over any network – Connectivity across different Autonomous Systems (organizations)• VXLAN is transported over OTV to enable e2e connectivity• Non-VXLAN hosts use OTV LAN extensions natively OTV Multicast over any transport & across organizations Phy Phy VLANVM VM VXLAN e2eVM VMVM VM VXLAN IP core VXLAN w/o OTV (w/o multicast) w/o OTV
  • 40. Cisco UCS―The‖ Compute Platform for theCloud
  • 41. Traditional Element Configuration LAN SAN Storage Server Network SME SME SME • QoS settings • Border port assignment per vNIC • NIC Transmit/Receive • FC Fabric assignments for Rate Limiting HBAs• Subject matter experts • VLAN assignments for NICs consumed by manual • VLAN tagging config for NICs • Number of vHBAs • HBA WWN configuration chores • Number of vNICs assignments • PXE settings • FC Boot Parameters • NIC firmware • HBA firmware • Advanced feature settings• Serial processes and multiple touches inhibit provisioning • Remote KVM IP settings • Call Home behavior speed • Remote KVM firmware • RAID settings • Server UUID • Disk scrub actions • Serial over LAN settings• Configuration drift and • Boot order maintenance challenges • IPMI settings • BIOS scrub actions • BIOS firmware • BIOS Settings
  • 42. Unified, Embedded ManagementAligns People, Policy, and Configuration With Workload Server Name Unified UUID, MAC, WWN Boot Information Management LAN, SAN Config Firmware Policy Server Name Subject Matter Experts UUID, MAC, WWN Define Policies Boot Information LAN, SAN Config Storage Server Network SME SME SME Firmware Policy Server Name UUID, MAC, WWN Boot Information LAN, SAN Config Firmware Policy Server Name Policies Used UUID, MAC, WWN to Create Boot Information Server Policy… Service Profile LAN, SAN Config Storage Policy… Templates Firmware Policy Network Policy… Server Name 3 4 Virtualization Policy… UUID, MAC, Service Profile Associating Service WWN Templates Profiles with Hardware Application Profiles… Boot Information Create Service Profiles Configures Servers LAN, SAN Config Firmware Policy Automatically
  • 43. Traditional Blades vs. Cisco UCS SystemOperational Management Fabric Interconnect Fabric Interconnect Multi-Chassis Identity Management (additional redundant Servers) A B Health & Monitoring (additional redundant Servers) Multi-chassis Identity Management Ethernet Ethernet Health & MonitoringFibre Channel Fibre Channel Blade & Chassis ConfigurationManagement Management Ethernet Ethernet Servers 1-16 Servers 17-32 Fiber Channel Fiber Channel Servers 1-8 Servers 9-16 Servers 17-24 Servers 33-48 Servers 49-64 Servers 25-32 Servers 33-40 Servers 41-48 Servers 49-56 Servers 57-64 Servers 65-80 Servers 81-96 Servers 65-72 Servers 73-80 Servers 81-88 Servers 89-96 Servers 96-104 Servers 97-112 Servers 105-112 +
  • 44. Cisco UCS:A single, logical, expandable blade server chassis Add One UCS Blade Chassis Add One UCS Blade Chassis Add One UCS Blade Chassis
  • 45. Wire for Bandwidth, Not ConnectivityChanging the Game Direct Attach SAN Switch Direct Attach FCoE Storage FC Storage LAN Switch Appliance 1 Link 2 Link 4 Link 8 Link 20 Gb per chassis 40 Gb per chassis 80 Gb per chassis 160 Gb per chassis
  • 46. UCS Manager • Single point of management for UCS system of components GUI Custom Portal or Tools –Adapters, blades, chassis, fabric extenders, fabric interconnectsCLI Systems Management Software • Embedded device manager –Discovery, Inventory, Configuration, Monitoring, Diagnostics, Statistics Collection UCS Manager –Coordinated deployment to managed endpoints • APIs for integration with new and existing data center infrastructure –SMASH-CLP, IPMI, SNMP, SOL –XML-based SDK for commercial & custom implementations
  • 47. UCS Technology Supporting Cloud Pooling of Hardware Resources• Optional Grouping of Server Hardware into Pools by Organization• Server Pool Qualification Policy to get granular control for Service Profiles assigned within a given pool of hardware
  • 48. UCS Technology Supporting CloudTemplates for Operational consistency • Tightly Controlled Centralized Policy  Easier Audit • Policy Managed by Security and Network Administrator • Applicable to Physical and Virtual Servers  Tied into Service Profile Templates  Tied into vNIC Templates • Highly Automated Process to Add Connectivity to Server with Policy
  • 49. Rack Server Scalability Through UCSServer Layer Scales Independently from Management and Access Switching2 Access Layer Switches 1 Embedded Management Module 1 hop FEX 1 hop FEX FEX 1 hop Add 1 Chassis and 2 C-Series Continue Adding C- Series Servers
  • 50. Cisco VIC and VIC 1280 Virtualizable Interface Card 10GbE/FCoEConverged Network Adapter designed for bothsingle-OS and VM-based deployments • Pushes 256 switch ports inside the server • For bare metal or hypervisor deployments • PCIe compliantHigh Performance • 2x 10Gb bandwidth (M81KR / 1st Gen VIC) Eth • Dual 4x 10Gb bandwidth, 80Gb Total per Host (VIC 1280 / FC FC Eth 2nd Gen VIC) • >600K IOPS User DefinableKey Value Proposition vNICs1. Single Adapter for all I/O workloads • Up to 256 Interfaces: Ethernet vNICs and FC vHBAs 0 1 2 3 127 • Simplified Management from the network2. Control plane integration with vCenter • vNIC interface coupled to Virtual Machine • vNIC interface moves with VM (vMotion) • Bypass vSwitch to eliminate extra layer of switching • Reduce CPU overhead with Hypervisor Bypass PCIe x16
  • 51. Extending FEX Architecture to the VM layer One Network Network Virtual Same As PhysicalAdministrator IEEE 802.1BR*  Consolidates virtual and physical network FEX  VM vNIC attached to the network using VM- FEX and gets a dedicated port on switch  Operates in Standard (Emulated) or IEEE 802.1BR* DirectPath I/O (UPT) Mode  Uses Pre-standard IEEE 802.1Qbh Hypervisor VM network managed by Server administrator *IEEE 802.1BR pre-standard
  • 52. Cisco Automation Solutions for PrivateCloud Computing
  • 53. Existing Provisioning ProcessesComplex, Time-Consuming, Expensive Application Development IT Infrastructure/Ops IT Management Call or Email IT One-Off No Standard Operations Custom Process Server Builds Architecture Incomplete No Visibility Reviews Requirements into Future Demand Approval Add Security, Are SLA’s Process Back-up, etc. Being Met? Track Down Exception No Data to Status Management Track Cost
  • 54. The self-service paradigm has fundamentally shifted the way we need to think about IT.© 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 54
  • 55. Cisco Cloud Portal with Orchestration Self-Service Portal and Service Catalog Define and Publish Track and Manage Standard Options Chargeback Architecture & IT or ShowbackManagementManagement Policies & Self-Service Request Approvals & Controls Governance Developers Orchestrate Report Delivery ConsumptionLifecycle Management Security Operations Process Orchestration and DR Automated Provisioning
  • 56. Setting the Bar for Enterprise IT Standard Offerings` Pricing OptionsSelf-Service Ordering Billing
  • 57. Service Delivery with Cisco IntelligentAutomation for Cloud End User Self-Service Governance Service Orchestration Compare Element Managers Service Tiers and Options UCS Manager Guided Shopping ‗Wizard‘ Cisco Process Cisco Cloud Orchestrator Portal VMWare vCenter Policy-Based Global Controls Orchestration Service Rich Requests Interactive EMC/ NetApp Forms Storage Provisioning Ordering and Approvals Cisco Tidal Server Status Provisioner Updates
  • 58. Cisco Intelligent Automation for CloudCisco Intelligent Automation for Cloud Service Catalog and Self-Service Portal Cloud Automation Pack Cisco Cloud Portal CMDB Global Orchestration and Reporting Cisco Process Orchestrator IT Service Management Tools Adapter Framework Billing/ Chargeback Hardware Virtualization OS/Software Managers Managers Provisioning Monitoring and e.g. vCenter, KVM, Cisco Server Provisioner Governance e.g., UCS Manager HyperV, Xen Compute Virtual Network Storage Resources Infrastructure Resources Resources
  • 59. CIAC Integration with Vblock Cisco Cloud Portal Cisco Process Orchestrator EMC UIM & Ops Vblock specific vCloud Director UCS Manager Network Devices MDS vSphere / Vcenter Symettirx VNX
  • 60. Advisory Services & Workshops
  • 61. Cloud Readiness Workshop – plot a roadmap to cloud use casesOverview Interactive half-day workshop session Key technology and business owners within the organization Review cloud concepts and identify potential cloud targets for further investigation Understanding of existing baseline:  Infrastructure  Applications  Business Processes  Business and Technology Drivers Refine target infrastructures, applications and processes Define potential cloud architectures  Private Cloud  Public Cloud  Federated Cloud
  • 62. Cloud Capacity Planning Assessment – transition to cloud with confidence Overview Monitors a monthly window  Compare to a global standard deviation Identifies cloud candidates  CPU and memory utilization  Network and storage i/o and bandwidth Model aggressive & conservative scenarios Map to a future state of  OnTask DPH managed services  OnTask VMT managed cloud  OnTask VDC self serve cloud  Can be leveraged for other clouds and virtualization too Takes the risk out of sizing a cloud environment too small or too large Identify migration considerations (optional add- on)
  • 63. Build Infrastructure for Peak Demand
  • 64. Capacity Planning is Critical
  • 65. Create a Process… Not a One Time Event Leverage educational resources and cloud Average IT organization dedicates 66 percent of readiness workshops to map your journey its budget to day-to-day operations leaving little to the cloud with experts who have done it before room for transformation of business strategy Conduct a Capacity Planning Assessment to understand how to transition to cloud, gain the ―low hanging fruit‖ and lower risk of change Test and Trial your path to the cloud to determine how your applications will run in the cloud Partner with experts who build and manage federated clouds for your site or theirs to enable your organization to successfully transform business strategy with optimized operations
  • 66. We value your feedback. Please be sure to complete the Breakout Sessions Evaluation Form.Access today‘s presentations at cisco.com/ca/ciscoplusFollow @CiscoCanada and join the #CiscoPlus conversationFollow @onxcloud for updates on Federated Cloud

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