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Unified Datacenter Overview

  1. 1. Local Edition
  2. 2. Local Edition The Unified Data Center Edward I. Evans Cisco Consulting Systems Engineer, Data Center New England SLED edwevans@cisco.com Follow Me on Twitter @UCSdude <SESSION ID>
  3. 3. Tiered Networks Fabric Networks Fabric Automation Application Centric Infrastructure Federated Cloud Networks Connectivity Virtualization, Scale & Redundancy Simplification Agility The Network is the Cloud
  4. 4. Tiered Networks Tiered Networks Connectivity Catalyst MDS
  5. 5. Management UCS Hypervisors Virtualization, Scale & Redundancy Fabric Networks SYSTEMSOFTWAREASIC Nexus APIs
  6. 6. Simplification Fabric Automation Nexus Family Nexus 1000 InterCloud UCS Director Cloud Platforms
  7. 7. Virtualization, Scale & Redundancy Fabric Computing INFRASTRUCTURE SECURITY APPLICATION Agility Application Centric Infrastructure Automation, Orchestration & Network ServicesManagement Hypervisors Storage Management Server Management Network Management APIs SYSTEMSOFTWAREASIC APIs SYSTEMSOFTWAREASIC Simplification UCS Manager Uplink port configuration , VLAN, VSAN, QoS, and EtherChann els Server port configuration including LAN and SAN settings Network interface card(NIC) configuration : MAC address, VLAN, and QoS settings; hostbus adapter HBA configuration : worldwide names (WWNs), VSANs, and bandwidth constraints; and firmware revisionsUniqueuser ID (UUID), firmware revisions, andRAID controller settings Service profile assignedto server, chassisslot, or pool Uplink port configuration , VLAN, VSAN, QoS, and EtherChann els Server port configuration including LAN and SAN settings Network interface card(NIC) configuration : MAC address, VLAN, and QoS settings; hostbus adapter HBA configuration : worldwide names (WWNs), VSANs, and bandwidth constraints; and firmware revisions Uniqueuser ID (UUID), firmware revisions, andRAID controller settings Service profile assignedto server, chassisslot, or pool U p l i n k p o r t c o n f i g u r a t i o n , V L A N , V S A N , Q o S , a n d E t h e r C h a n n e l s S e r v e r p o r t c o n f i g u r a t i o n i n c l u d i n g L A N a n d S A N s e t t i n g s Infrastructure Management Security Management Application Management
  8. 8. Nexus, MDS, UCS Cisco ONE, Unified Fabric Dynamic Fabric Automation Insieme Networks Innovations IoE Solutions Connectivity Virtualization, Scale & Redundancy Simplification Agility The Network is the Cloud Tiered Networks Fabric Networks Fabric Automation Application Centric Infrastructure Federated Cloud Networks INFRASTRUCTURE SECURITY APPLICATION
  9. 9. Mission Critical Applications Web 2.0 Applications Mobile - Cloud Applications Connectivity Virtualization, Scale & Redundancy Simplification Agility The Network is the Cloud Tiered Networks Fabric Networks Fabric Automation Application Centric Infrastructure Federated Cloud Networks Big Data, IoT Applications The Network is the Cloud DC
  10. 10. Analytics + Management + Orchestration Services Platform – System Applications Infrastructure Platform Core Networking Access WIRED | MOBILE Security IoT Solutions & Industry Apps Business Processes & Enterprise Apps 3rd Party and Open Source EcoSystem Cisco Video and Collaboration TECHNICAL SERVICES ADVANCED SERVICES PLATFORM SERVICES MANAGED SERVICES CONSULTING SERVICES IoE EXCHANGES Services PLATFORM FOR DELIVERING ITaaS Unified Data Center
  11. 11. UNIFIED COMPUTING Modular, Stateless Computing Elements UNIFIED MANAGEMENT Automated Resource Management (Physical and Virtual) UNIFIED FABRIC Highly Scalable, Secure Network Fabric OPEN RESILIENT SECURE SCALABLE
  12. 12. XML API STANDARD API’S Rack Form Factor Fabric Extenders (2204XP & 2208XP) Industry Standard APIs FABRIC INTERCONNECTS Cisco UCS 6248UP & 6296UP UCS Manager COMPUTE Blade Form Factor
  13. 13. Abstraction of bare-metal configuration Encapsulated in Cisco service profiles Available through an intuitive GUI, CLI or XML API Over 9,000 objects in system management model Programmable Infrastructure Cisco UCS 6100 and 6200 Series Fabric Interconnects Cisco UCS B-Series Blade Server or C-Series Rack-Mount Server Cisco Virtual Interface Cards Automated, Policy-Based Configuration of Entire Hardware Stack Network interface card (NIC) configuration: MAC address, VLAN, and QoS settings; host bus adapter HBA configuration: worldwide names WWNs), VSANs, and bandwidth constraints; and firmware revisions Cisco Service Profile
  14. 14. Integrated, Policy-Based Infrastructure Management Subject matter expert define policies Uplink port configuration, VLAN, VSAN, QoS, and EtherChannels Server port configuration including LAN and SAN settings Network interface card (NIC) configuration: MAC address, VLAN, and QoS settings; host bus adapter HBA configuration: worldwide names (WWNs), VSANs, and bandwidth constraints; and firmware revisions Unique user ID (UUID), firmware revisions, and RAID controller settings Service profile assigned to server, chassis slot, or pool Uplink portconfiguration,VLAN, VSAN, QoS, and EtherChannels Server portconfigurationincluding LAN andSAN settings Network interfacecard(NIC) configuration:MAC address, VLAN, andQoS settings; hostbus adapter HBA configuration: worldwide names (WWNs), VSANs, andbandwidthconstraints; andfirmware revisions Uniqueuser ID (UUID), firmware revisions, andRAID controller settings Serviceprofileassignedtoserver, chassisslot, or pool Uplink portconfiguration,VLAN, VSAN, QoS, and EtherChannels Server portconfigurationincluding LAN andSAN settings Network interfacecard(NIC) configuration:MAC address, VLAN, andQoS settings; hostbus adapter HBA configuration: worldwide names (WWNs), VSANs, andbandwidthconstraints; andfirmware revisions Uniqueuser ID (UUID), firmware revisions, andRAID controller settings Serviceprofileassignedtoserver, chassisslot, or pool Uplink portconfiguration,VLAN, VSAN, QoS, and EtherChannels Server portconfigurationincluding LAN andSAN settings Network interfacecard(NIC) configuration:MAC address, VLAN, andQoS settings; hostbus adapter HBA configuration: worldwide names (WWNs), VSANs, andbandwidthconstraints; andfirmware revisions Uniqueuser ID (UUID), firmware revisions, andRAID controller settings Serviceprofileassignedtoserver, chassisslot, or pool Uplink portconfiguration,VLAN, VSAN, QoS, and EtherChannels Server portconfigurationincluding LAN andSAN settings Network interfacecard(NIC) configuration:MAC address, VLAN, andQoS settings; hostbus adapter HBA configuration: worldwide names (WWNs), VSANs, andbandwidthconstraints; andfirmware revisions Uniqueuser ID (UUID), firmware revisions, andRAID controller settings Serviceprofileassignedtoserver, chassisslot, or pool Policies used to create service profile templates Service profile templates create service profiles Associating service profiles with hardware configures servers automatically Storage SME Server SME Network SME 1 2 3 4
  15. 15. For Workload Mobility Data Center 1 Data Center 2  Centralized management of globally distributed domains  Single pane management  Integrates Inventory, Fault and Audit information across multiple domains
  16. 16. Innovations with Industry Leaders Vertical Solution Focus Healthcare Financial Services Manufacturing Retail Smart Solutions RISC Migration VXI Vblock FLEXPOD Applications Enterprise Apps Databases Business Analytics / Big Data Virtual Desktop Operating System and Hypervisor Management
  17. 17. Ivy Bridge is manufactured on Intel’s 22nm process technology Ivy Bridge is a die shrink (“Tick”) of Sandy Bridge microarchitecture This is a refresh to E5-based M3 UCS servers: B420 M3, B200 M3, B22 M3, C220 M3, C240 M3, C24 M3 & C22 M3 Ivy Bridge refresh is a hardware drop-in (field upgradeable): No changes to the hardware as a result of supporting E5-v2 CPUs Firmware / BIOS must be upgraded New systems support all new CPU / memory features: Max core count increases to 10 in Standard SKUs and 12 in Segment Optimized E5-2600 v2 SKUs Memory speeds increase across the board - Max Speed will move to 1866MHz Existing UCS servers were designed for Ivy Bridge: Performance, power, mechanical and thermal design of M3 servers optimized for Ivy Bridge compatibility Available NOW!
  18. 18. Introducing Intel® Xeon® Processor E7-8800/4800/2800 v2 Product Families Performance for faster Data Processing Memory capacity for real-time Advanced Analytics Breakthrough I/O for responsiveness and scalability Designed for High Availability (99.999%)4 with Intel® Run Sure Technology 2x 3x 4x 5 Up to
  19. 19. Two-socket Two-node Record VMware® VMmark® 2.5.1 19.18@16 Tiles1 Two-socket Record SPECint_rate_base2006 1170 base score Two-Socket Record SPECompG_base2012 8.91 base score, 9.66 peak B260 M4 B260 M4 B260 M4 B260 M4 C460 M4 Two-Socket Record SPECfp_rate_base2006 865 base score C460 M4 Cisco UCS Server E7- v2 Benchmarks#1 Four-socket Record SPECint_rate_base2006 2320 base score Four-Socket Record SPECompG_base2012 17.9 base score 1http://www.cisco.com/c/dam/en/us/products/collateral/servers-unified-computing/ucs-b260-m4-blade-server/vmmark_b260m4_140212.pdf Based on results posted at www.spec.org, www.vmmark.com and www.cisco.com/go/UCSatWork as of 02/18/2014 SPEC, SPECint, SPECfp and SPEComp are trademarks or registered trademarks of Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation. VMware VMmark is a product of VMware, Inc.
  20. 20. UCS Expands to Big Data & Application Acceleration with Whiptail Acquisition PHYSICAL VIRTUAL CLOUD Compute Unified Data Center Network Management Storage Security
  21. 21. UCS Founding Principles Servers UCSNetwork / Storage Access Application Centricity Operational Simplicity Platform for IT Innovation
  22. 22. UCS Founding Principles Servers Flash Memory UCSNetwork / Storage Access NEXT GEN UNIFIED COMPUTING Integration of Solid-State Memory Systems into the UCS Fabric UCS Invicta Series Solid-State Systems Application Centricity Operational Simplicity Platform for IT Innovation Address new data velocity and scale requirements Integrate application acceleration into the computing domain
  23. 23. First release: Up to 1.3 Million IOPS Up to 13.2 GB/s Bandwidth Up to 240TB RAW Using Invicta OS 5.1.0 Single Node Scale Out System Scalability Modularity Application Acceleration Data Optimization Multiple Workloads Tuning-Free Performance First release: 250,000 IOPS 1.9 GB/s Bandwidth Up to 24 TB RAW
  24. 24. Leading with Innovation NX-OS Nexus 5K Nexus 3K Nexus 2K Nexus 7K Nexus 1K Nexus 6000 MDS 9000 Blade Offerings DATA CENTER SWITCHING LEADER Market share revenue in CYQ3 2013 for Data Center Ethernet Switching at 70.3%* #1 Market share by revenue in CYQ3 2013 for FCoE SAN Switching 85.7%** #1 * Source: Infonetics, Q3 2013 DC Network Equipment Report, December 2013 **Source: Dell’Oro Q3 CY2013 SAN Switching Report Nov 2013 Data current as of November 2013. Subject to change without notice.
  25. 25. © 2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public Cisco Nexus 5000 Cisco Nexus 7000 Cisco Nexus 3000 Cisco Nexus 2000 Continue to Invest in DC & Cloud Networking Portfolio Cisco Nexus 5600 Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI) Cisco Nexus 9000 APIC* ACI NEW! Cisco Nexus 3100 Cisco Nexus 6000 Cisco Nexus 1000V OPEN APIs/ Open Source/ Application Policy Model HIGH PERFORMANCE FABRIC 1/10/40/100 GE SCALABLE SECURE SEGMENTATION VXLAN *Summer 2014 Ecosystem* DELIVERING TO YOUR DATA CENTER NEEDS Resilient, Scalable Fabric Workload Mobility Within/Across DCs LAN/SAN Convergence Operational Efficiency – P-V-C Architectural Flexibility Cisco Nexus 7706 55K+ NX-OS customers 17K+ FEX customers 8.5K+ Nexus 1KV customers 3K+ Fabric Path customers
  26. 26. Nexus 5600-72UP Nexus 5600-128P Layer 3 Integrated Line-Rate Integrated Line-Rate 10/40 Gigabit Ethernet Ports 72/6 true 40G 96/12 true 40G 1/10 Gigabit Ethernet FEX Port Scalability 2304 Programmability Python, EEM scripting, onePK, OpenFlow, XML, PoAP Network Analytics PTP, SPAN, Latency Monitoring, Advanced Buffer Unified Ports YES YES Scalable Segmentation VXLAN capable POWERED BY CUSTOM SILICON Nexus 5600- 72UP Nexus 5600- 128P Orderable Q1CY14 Nexus 6004 Unified Ports Orderable Q1CY14 20 ports 2/4/8G FC or 1/10G Ethernet or 10G FCOE FEX Scale Multiprotocol Flexibility DFA Support
  27. 27. 1-RU NX-OS Switches General Purpose/ MSDC Industry-first 10G BaseT with VXLAN 1G/10G/40G Python • When you don’t need power tools SNMP/NetConf • Traditional management tools • CLI Custom Agents • With low-level access provided by onePK, there are no limits OpenFlow • Supports current standard (v1.0) OpenStack • Orchestration and provisioning onePK • Low-level access to NXOS Nexus 3132Q Nexus 3172PQ Nexus 3172TQ NEW Q1CY14
  28. 28. Highest 10GbE/40GbE Density for Cloud-Scale Fabrics Nexus 6004 48x40GbE Ports w/ 4 Expansion Modules Nexus 6001 48x10GE + 4x 40GE Ports Powered by Custom Silicon 384 X 10GbE ports line rate L2/L3 96 X 40GbE ports line rate L2/L3 1,536 GbE/10GbE ports via FEX 1 μs latency port-to-port
  29. 29. 33% LESS rack space with front to back airflow 60% MORE energy efficient Consolidation of modules and systems 83 Tbps switching 384 40G and 192 100G Introducing the Nexus 7700 Series Cisco Nexus 7700 Broadest Deployments Cisco Nexus 7000 Cloud Optimized HIGHEST AVAILABILITY FEATURE RICHNESS INVESTMENT PROTECTION ENVIRONMENTAL EFFICIENCY UNPRECEDENTED SIMPLICITY INDUSTRY’S HIGHEST SCALE 7+Million Ports Shipped 40,000+ Chassis 8,000+ Customers
  30. 30. Operation and Feature Consistency Across Nexus 7000 Family Simplified: One Module. Many Roles. Nexus 7700 – 24 port 40GE Nexus 7700 – 12 port 100GE Nexus 7000 – 12 port 40GE Nexus 7000 – 6 port 100GE Integrated AND rich for Core, Spine, Leaf, DCI, SAN Deployments MOST COMPREHENSIVE VXLAN Capable Hardware READY FOR 60% MORE Energy Efficient ENVIRONMENTAL
  31. 31. NEXUS 9500 PRICE POWER EFFICIENCYPROGRAMMABILITYPORT DENSITYPERFORMANCE PRICE COST STRUCTURE for 1G to 1/10GT and 10G to 40G migration 50% less ASICS PERFORMANCE INDUSTRY LEADING PRICE / LINE CARD BANDWITH 1.92 Tbps per slot 100G ready PORT DENSITY 20% HIGHER Non-blocking Density PROGRAMMABILITY JSON/XML API Linux Container for customer apps POWER EFFICIENCY STATE OF THEART BACKPLANE FREE DESIGN 15% greater power and cooling efficiency MERCHANT+ ASIC APPROACH Innovation in Cisco ASICs
  32. 32. OPEN RESTFUL APIS CENTRALIZED POLICY MODEL OPEN SOURCE CONTROLLER APIC ACI BUILDING BLOCKS NEXT GENERATION NEXUS—TRADITIONAL NETWORKS POLICY MODEL ACI BUILT-IN LINE RATE END POINT DIRECTORY INTEGRATED OVERLAY 40G NON-BLOCKING FABRIC SIMPLE, SECURE >_>_ 50% SIMPLER CODE BASE FUTURE PROOF UPGRADABLE TO ACI PROGRAMMABILITY AND AUTOMATION NETWORK VIRTUALIZATION SUPPORT RESILIENCY: IN SERVICE PATCHING, UPGRADE, FAST RESTART ACI BUILDING BLOCKS FUTURE PROOF—SOFTWARE UPGRADABLE TO ACI NEXUS 9500 and 9300 INNOVATIONS IN SOFTWARE HARDWARE AND SYSTEM DESIGN PRICE POWER EFFICIENCYPROGRAMMABILITYPORT DENSITYPERFORMANCE OPTIMIZED NX-OSSCALE OUT WITHOUT COMPROMISE COMMON BUILDING BLOCKS - ACCESS AND CORE APIC
  33. 33. Trunk Cabling (100m) Patch panel Jumper Cable 10G Optical Link Patch panel Jumper Cable 40G BIDI OPTICS PRESERVE EXISTING 10G CABLING SIGNIFICANT TRANSCEIVER SAVINGS $4,059 SAVINGS (LIST) PER 40G LINK Traditional 40G Optical Link—Complete Replacement 40G BiDi Optical Link—Reuse all 10G Cabling/Patch Panels +$2,200* Source: Corning OM3 Cable & Patch Panel list prices, Cisco 40G BiDi list price, Competitors 40G SR4 list price +$6,259*
  34. 34. LAN/SANSAN Cisco Nexus 5000 Cisco Nexus 6000 Cisco Nexus 7000 Cisco Nexus 1000V Cisco Nexus 3000 Cisco MDS 9200 Series Cisco® MDS 9500 Series Cisco MDS 9100 Series Cisco Nexus 2000 Cisco MDS 9250i Multiservice Switch Cisco MDS 9700 Series 10+ Years of Proven NX-OS Operating System From Hypervisor to Core Industry’s Broadest Switching Portfolio CONSISTENT and SIMPLIFIED Features, Management and Programmability Cisco Prime Data Center Network Manager (DCNM) Single Point of Management
  35. 35. DATA MIGRATION Multi Services | Flexibility | Investment Protection BUSINESS CONTINUITY/DISASTER RECOVERY IP WAN New Array MDS 9250i FC SAN GATEWAY FC SAN SWITCH FC FC MDS 9250i FC SAN FC MDS 9250i FC SAN FC MDS 9250i FC SAN FCIP FCoE SAN FC SAN Old Array FCoE FEB 2014 MDS 9250i 48p x 16G FC 8p x 10G FCoE 2p x 10 GE FCIP
  36. 36. Leadership Through Innovation Industry- Leading Scale Open Networking FabricPath 10/40/100 GbE Support Cloud Management Cisco IAC Cisco Prime Network Services Controller Cisco ONE Network Convergence VM Aware Fabric Nexus 1000V vPath VXLAN OTV LISP Compute Fabric Cisco UCS FEXFCoE Unified Ports Multi-Protocol
  37. 37. Dynamic Fabric Automation: Simplified Networking for Enhanced Efficiency at Scale, Simplified Fabric Management for Ease of Operations, and Simplified Automated Provisioning Spine Leaf Border Leaf Layer 3 Layer 2
  38. 38. Spine Leaf Border Leaf Layer 3 Layer 2 Every leaf switch node connects to every spine switch to ensure any VM or PM is within no more than two hops Predictable Latency Layer 3 boundary moved down to leaf nodes providing distributed gateway Optimal Performance IP addresses used within or between traditional layer 2 subnets Enhanced Forwarding External connectivity through border leaf nodes Routing Efficiency
  39. 39. DCNM 7.0 Power-on Automated Provisioning (POAP) Central Point of Management (CPOM) Simplified NW Expansion and Management Single touch large scale policy updates
  40. 40. Industry- Leading Scale Open Networking FabricPath 10/40/100 GbE Support Cloud Management Cisco IAC Cisco Prime Network Services Controller Cisco ONE Network Convergence VM Aware Fabric Nexus 1000V vPath VXLAN OTV LISP Compute Fabric Cisco UCS FEX FCoE Unified Ports Multi-Protocol Leadership Through Innovation Fabric: • Simplified • Optimized • Automated Cisco Dynamic Fabric Automation (DFA)
  41. 41. REST API’s Cisco Prime DCNM AUTOMATED NETWORK PROVISIONING COMMON POINT OF FABRIC ACCESS HOST, NETWORK & TENANT VISIBILITY Simplified Management for Ease of Operations MAN/WAN Cisco Prime Network Services Controller
  42. 42. VM/PM Mobility NW Extensibility ANY NETWORK ANYWHERE Multi-Tenant SCALE Enhanced Forwarding Distributed Control Plane Smaller failure domains EXTENSIBLE RESILIENCY MAN/WAN Seamless Mobility Greater than 10K Tenants/Networks Integrated Virtual & Physical Simplified Networking with Flexibility and Efficiency at Scale
  43. 43. 1 Network Admin defines Network Profile Template for VMs/PMs in projects 2 Instances of Network Policies are automatically created in DCNM when a Server Admin provisions VM’s/PMs 3 When a VM/PM pertaining to a project is detected, Network Policy is applied to the leaf 4 When VM moves, the Network Policy is applied automatically to the leaf Server Admin Network Admin Subnet QoS Security Policy-based routing MAN/ WAN
  44. 44. Award Winning Multi-Hypervisor Networking Platform Nexus 1000V VSM Extensible vSwitch Nexus 1000V VEM VM VM VM VM VNICs Advanced NX-OS feature-set Innovative Services architecture (vPath) Consistent operational model SCVMM Integration PNICs Host Hypervisor Mgmt Console
  45. 45. Virtual Application Delivery Solution as part of Cisco Cloud Network Services • Based on Citrix NetScaler VPX - local and global server load balancing • Tightly integrated with Nexus 1000V vPath for service chaining & Nexus 1100 Cloud Services Platform • Part of Cisco Validated Design • Cisco Sales and Support
  46. 46. Nexus 1000V • Distributed switch • NX-OS consistency VSG • VM-level controls • Zone-based FW ASA 1000V • Edge firewall, VPN • Protocol Inspection vWAAS • WAN optimization • Application traffic WAN Router Servers Tenant AASA 1000V Cloud Firewall Nexus 1000VPhysical Infrastructure Virtualized/Cloud Data Center vWAAS Cisco Virtual Security Gateway 7000+ Customers Shipping Shipping Shipping CSR 1000V (Cloud Router) • WAN L3 gateway • Routing and VPN Now shipping Switches NetScaler 1000v• Load Balancer • Based on Citrix Netscaler Technology Cloud Network Services NetScaler 1000v Imperva SecureSphere WAF Cloud Services Router 1000V Zone A Zone B vPath VXLAN Multi-Hypervisor (VMware, Microsoft*, RedHat*, Citrix*) Now Shipping
  47. 47. InterCloud Switch(VM) A Simplified, Seamless Extension of the Data Center to Public Cloud Tenant VPC VMVM VM VSG CSR1KV InterCloud Node (VM) ESX Host VM VM N1KV/vSwitch Cloud API Interface VNMC InterCloud Nexus 1000v InterCloud InternetvCenter Cloud Network Services – L3 to L7 Virtual Services VNMC InterCloud – Automated Management Nexus 1000V InterCloud – Virtual Switch for Hybrid Cloud
  48. 48.  Turn-key solution; ready for use in hours – A single, integrated, out-of-the-box solution – Seamless virtual and physical resource pooling – Hypervisor agnostic  End-to-End Automation – Model-based automation– no need for scripting – Single-click policy-driven provisioning – Ongoing lifecycle management Infrastructure Management for Cloud Storage Manager Virtualization Manager Network Manager Compute Manager Storage Manager Compute Network B CA A B C Virtualization Storage Tenant B Tenant C Tenant A Customers are increasingly buying compute, network, storage, and virtualization as a single, converged system Single Panel- of- Glass
  49. 49. © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 54 OpenStack Cisco & 3rd Party Applications Unified Infrastructure Platform Compute Service Storage Service Network Service Scalable Services Cisco OpenStack Platform
  50. 50. Embracing the Ecosystem World Class Solutions Engineered and Validated to Meet Customer Needs Integrated Compute Stacks Big Data/ Analytics Enterprise Applications Desktop Virtualization Cloud Solutions CloudVDI / VXIRISC MigrationSAP HANA/ Big Data Vblock/ VSPEX FlexPod CIAC
  51. 51. • NetScaler MPX and SDX • High-performance hardware appliance • Powers the web • Integrated within NetScaler or standalone options • NetScaler VPX • Virtual appliance • Runs on standard x86 hardware • Fast, inexpensive, flexible • XenServer, VMWare ESX, Hyper-V
  52. 52. 4% 6% 8% 10% 12% 14% 16% 18% 20% Q1 2011 Q2 2011 Q3 2011 Q4 2011 Q1 2012 Q2 2012 Q3 2012 Q4 2012 Q1 2013 ShareofQuarterlyRevenues Cloud Infrastructure Equipment Market Share Trend Vmware EMC Dell HP IBM Cisco Cisco Overtakes IBM as Top Cloud Hardware Provider, Research Firm Says “Source: Synergy Research Group Synergy Press Release: “Cisco Grabs IBM Lead in Cloud Infrastructure Equipment” June 10, 2013 Cisco
  53. 53. Unified Compute UCS Central UCS and Nvidia GPU Nexus 3548 Nexus 6004 Nexus 6001 Unified Fabric MDS 9710 Multilayer Director MDS 9250i Multiservice Switch Nexus 7000/ Nexus 7700 Series F3 Modules 4Q CY13 Open Networking Cisco ONE extensible Network Controller (XNC) Unified Management Dynamic Fabric Automation (DFA) Nexus 1000v InterCloud Nexus 1000v on MS Hyper-V UCSD CIAC A Completeness of Vision and Strategy

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