Data Center Transformation<br />Virtualization<br />Prosenjit Bhattacharjee<br />
Evolution of  a Datacenter <br />Server Room<br />Hub Room<br />
Data Center: A Simplified View<br />APPLICATIONS<br />DATA/INFO<br />DATA/INFO<br />DATA<br />CENTER<br />USERS<br />
What is Data Center Infrastructure?<br />Applications<br />DATA/INFO<br />Storage<br />Servers<br />DC Network<br />LAN/SA...
ProcessOrder<br />CheckCredit<br />ShipOrder<br />BillCustomer<br />UpdateCust Svce<br />Servers Are Everywhere<br />Data ...
Evolution of  a Datacenter <br />Complexity, Cost, Power<br />Universal I/O<br />Ubiquitous Connectivity<br />
Evolution of  a Datacenter <br />What if we could shrink an entire Datacenter into a single 42 U Rack ??<br />
Data Center Evolution Towards IT as a Service<br />Application-Based Silos<br />ExternalCloud Services<br />Zones ofVirtua...
From Today’s Data Center to “Cloud”<br />Cloud OS: Assigns and arranges virtualized resources dynamically for applications...
Benefits<br /><ul><li>Increased resource utilization
Decreased power and cooling
Faster provisioning
Higher availability
Business continuity</li></ul>Virtualization is not a “Magic Wand”Great Benefits but also New Challenges<br />New Paradigm<...
Dynamic Movement of VMs / Applications
New Options: VDI, Clouds, Workload Portability</li></ul>Infrastructure<br /><ul><li>Per-Virtual Machine services required
Multi-Core CPU’s, More I/O Bandwidth
New emphasis on Security, Trust, QoS</li></ul>Organization<br /><ul><li>Breaks Current Organizational Model
Reduces Visibility into ‘Hidden’ Resources
Requires Continuous Availability/Provisioning</li></li></ul><li>Crossing the Chasm … Virtualization at Scale?<br />Compute...
Process
Skills
Organization</li></ul>Tornado<br />EarlyAdopters<br />Chasm<br />Total<br />Assimilation<br />Source: TCG Advisors<br /><u...
Today:
Silo’ed islands of virtualization  Cost shift vs. savings
Piece part assembly  High systems integration costs
Result: decreasing ROI and responsiveness with increasing virtualization</li></li></ul><li>Automation Framework<br />Remot...
Result - Legacy Server vendors have cobbled  together software layers to manage hardware
Result is a complex stack of management software to support servers</li></ul>Accidental Architecture<br />Low-level Server...
Datacenter 3.0 Framework<br />Location Freedom<br />HWFreedom<br />ProvisioningFreedom<br />Business ProcessFreedom<br />I...
Phase 1:  Data Center Networking<br />DC Interconnect Solutions<br />Application Switching Solutions<br />SAN Switching So...
Virtualized <br />Services <br />(FW, LB etc)<br />Network<br />Virtualization <br />Virtual <br />Machines<br />A<br />p<...
Virtual Context, Virtual Firewalls,
FCoE, VDC’s, VPC, Priority Queueing</li></ul>IP / MPLS <br />IP / MPLS <br />VPNs<br />VPNs<br />Virtual I/O<br />VLANs<br...
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  • Thank you, XXXX. As XXX mentioned, we are seeing a rapid evolution to this concept of the dynamic data center. Our 3 companies’ are aligned around this vision for the data center, and are leading the way for customer adoption.The traditional, old model of building data centers goes like this: the CIO recognizes that there is a business problem and assigns someone to: choose an application, choose a server to run it on, choose some storage for it to use, and attach it to the network. You end up with a succession of silos. In some cases some resources may be shared – a single storage system may support multiple applications, for example – but the silo model is still fairly apparent in how people select, deploy and operate solutions. Growth is dramatically slowing around this traditional, old model.Server virtualization is driving a new model. And there is a big opportunity in virtualized infrastructure. Today customers are seeing a good number of tangible benefits from virtualizing their IT environment. But virtualization is still not deployed across the board despite proven economics. At the core of a virtualized dynamic data center is server virtualization. Sometimes there are multiple “zones of virtualization” because few companies combine things into one big virtual pool. They might have one virtual infrastructure for internal business apps, another for desk top virtualization, another for engineering, and so on. But silos of virtualization are still silos, and the overall benefits constrained within each silo. The silos must be broken to obtain a truly shared infrastructure. This is a required step to enable more savings and more agility.In the new model, people create one virtualized infrastructure in which everything is shared. You’ll hear different names around this, but the general idea is the same: a pool of applications share a CPU infrastructure and a storage infrastructure, and everything is virtual so that applications and storage migrate quickly from one spot to another. So as we move away from the old model (application-based silos) of building data centers to the new model (dynamic data centers), a further extension of this trend is cloud computing. Virtualization enables the adoption and control of cloud computing. The dynamic data center moves closer to one shared infrastructure where everything is virtual. In cloud computing, customers access IT as a service over the internet. Someone else builds the data center, manages the applications, and so on. Customers who uses external clouds no longer buy IT, but someone is still building the data centers that provide external cloud services. Data center architectures for cloud providers are similar to those for internal clouds except more-so. They often have more users, more load, and higher up-time requirements.One last point I’ll make is that as customers move to this model of IT called the dynamic data center, they want best-of-breed products across the network, network, and storage layer.NEXT SLIDE…
  • Virtualization is a question of “when” and not “if”Your IT managers must virtualize to address physical issues such as space, power, cooling, and asset utilization as well as increasing agility and responsiveness to your internal LOB customersVirtualization is not a new concept – but deploying it at scale is – and it cannot be done using current architectures. Why not?We have virtualized the network and storage, and created a hypervisor layer to virtualize operating systems … but we have not addressed compute virtualizationEven then, we are left with many separate silos of virtualization. Since compute, network, hypervisor, and storage virtualization are not integrated, often changes in one area necessitates action in others. It’s like the Whack-a-Mole arcade game – make a change to the hypervisor and network and security changes are required; move a VM and everything is affected. Many customers who have placed big bets on virtualization are running into issues like “VMware sprawl” that are preventing them from realizing the full benefit and efficiencies of virtualization.Thus, savings from virtualization in one area are offset by increased operational costs in other areas. As a result, instead of virtualization increasing your ROI, scaling it actually does the opposite. And dramatically so. This “domino effect” not only increases your costs, it makes your IT managers change averse – and thus less responsive to the needs of your business. Virtualization at scale also costs a lot. You have to assemble systems from piece parts resulting in high systems integration costs. And then, you are faced with process, skill, and organizational challenges from brute force management of this technical patchwork quilt. Thus today, we need a way to cross this chasm. We need a paradigm shift – a new architecture that addresses compute virtualization and integrates the islands of virtualization to enable you to deploy virtualization at scale with increasingROI.
  • SummaryWe see the network as a central component to the evolution of the virtualized data center and to the enablement of cloud computing. The &quot;California Solution&quot; is a critical phase that delivers a simpler, more efficient architecture that enables the enterprise to execute business processes in the best place and most efficient way, with uncompromising availability and greatly improved performance.Cisco is focused on enabling workload portability. Eventually an enterprise will be able to exchange a workload with one or more trusted service providers.Cisco is committed to leading the industry and eliminating virtualized data center roadblocks by working with partners on a radically simpler architecture that brings synergies to 1) network, 2) compute &amp; storage, and 3) virtualization to address just-in-time and just-in-case IT service delivery--all within open, industry-standard technologies with the network as the platform.  Cisco is focused on delivering products and technologies that bridge the goals of virtualization with scalable, reliable, and secure networking technologies that bring the best of platforms together.Cisco has been a major industry player in the data center for years. California represents the natural evolution of that experience.The beneficiaries of that experience are customers that can rely on Cisco to not only lower the total cost of data center ownership, but substantially improve the value those data centers bring to the customers’ customers.
  • 20th March Session Three by Prosenjit Bhattacharjee

    1. 1. Data Center Transformation<br />Virtualization<br />Prosenjit Bhattacharjee<br />
    2. 2. Evolution of a Datacenter <br />Server Room<br />Hub Room<br />
    3. 3. Data Center: A Simplified View<br />APPLICATIONS<br />DATA/INFO<br />DATA/INFO<br />DATA<br />CENTER<br />USERS<br />
    4. 4. What is Data Center Infrastructure?<br />Applications<br />DATA/INFO<br />Storage<br />Servers<br />DC Network<br />LAN/SAN/IPC<br />Core/Distribution<br />DC facilities<br />Operations<br />
    5. 5. ProcessOrder<br />CheckCredit<br />ShipOrder<br />BillCustomer<br />UpdateCust Svce<br />Servers Are Everywhere<br />Data Center<br />Branch / WAN<br />ShipOrder<br />CheckCredit<br />Bill Customer<br />Update Cust Svce<br />ProcessOrder<br />Customer Hits “Buy”<br />Order Complete<br />Premium Customer?<br />Billing Notification<br />Enter Order<br />ConfirmShipment<br />…<br />CRM<br />Notify Sales Rep<br />UpdateRecords<br />ERP<br />Update Inventory<br />WAN<br />Check Inventory<br />SCM<br />Credit Approved<br />Credit Override required<br />Intranet<br />Check Availability<br />Update Call Center<br />Initiate Billing<br />Accts<br />Check Account Balance<br />Update Contracts<br />Update Call Center<br />Customer Master<br />Check Customer DB<br />Deliver Order<br />CheckCredit<br />Purchasing<br />…<br />XML<br />Pack & Ship Order<br />Extranet<br />Logistics<br />EDI<br />Procure Material<br />Warehouse <br />SOAP<br />Extended Enterprise<br />Check Credit History<br />Credit<br />
    6. 6. Evolution of a Datacenter <br />Complexity, Cost, Power<br />Universal I/O<br />Ubiquitous Connectivity<br />
    7. 7. Evolution of a Datacenter <br />What if we could shrink an entire Datacenter into a single 42 U Rack ??<br />
    8. 8.
    9. 9. Data Center Evolution Towards IT as a Service<br />Application-Based Silos<br />ExternalCloud Services<br />Zones ofVirtualization<br />ITaaS(aka Internal Cloud)<br />Apps<br />Servers<br />Network<br />Storage<br />From silos… …to Dynamic Data Centers<br />Standardize<br />Virtualize<br />Self-Service<br />Consolidate<br />Automate<br />Centralize<br />
    10. 10. From Today’s Data Center to “Cloud”<br />Cloud OS: Assigns and arranges virtualized resources dynamically for applications and workloads<br />Tiered Apps,<br />Composite Apps<br />Traditional Apps<br />Apps<br />Grid Apps<br />Cloud OS<br />System Mgmt<br />Virtualization<br />Virtualization<br />Virtualization<br />Virtualization<br />Extended<br />IP Infra<br />CPU<br />Storage<br />CPU<br />Storage<br />Network<br />Extended IP Infra: The IP network with abstractions to support the<br />cloud model (e.g. security, SLA enablement)<br />
    11. 11. Benefits<br /><ul><li>Increased resource utilization
    12. 12. Decreased power and cooling
    13. 13. Faster provisioning
    14. 14. Higher availability
    15. 15. Business continuity</li></ul>Virtualization is not a “Magic Wand”Great Benefits but also New Challenges<br />New Paradigm<br /><ul><li>Virtual Machine is the New “Atomic Unit”
    16. 16. Dynamic Movement of VMs / Applications
    17. 17. New Options: VDI, Clouds, Workload Portability</li></ul>Infrastructure<br /><ul><li>Per-Virtual Machine services required
    18. 18. Multi-Core CPU’s, More I/O Bandwidth
    19. 19. New emphasis on Security, Trust, QoS</li></ul>Organization<br /><ul><li>Breaks Current Organizational Model
    20. 20. Reduces Visibility into ‘Hidden’ Resources
    21. 21. Requires Continuous Availability/Provisioning</li></li></ul><li>Crossing the Chasm … Virtualization at Scale?<br />Compute<br />Virtualization<br />Today<br />Main Street<br /><ul><li>Data
    22. 22. Process
    23. 23. Skills
    24. 24. Organization</li></ul>Tornado<br />EarlyAdopters<br />Chasm<br />Total<br />Assimilation<br />Source: TCG Advisors<br /><ul><li>Current architecture will not support compute virtualization at scale
    25. 25. Today:
    26. 26. Silo’ed islands of virtualization  Cost shift vs. savings
    27. 27. Piece part assembly  High systems integration costs
    28. 28. Result: decreasing ROI and responsiveness with increasing virtualization</li></li></ul><li>Automation Framework<br />Remote Support and Recovery<br />Virtual & Physical NIC Config and Multi-server Manager<br />Physical and Logical Server Migration <br />Capacity and Resource Manager<br />Virtual Server Manager <br />Virtual Machine Deployment Manager<br />OS Deployment Manager<br />Virtualization Incumbents have low Incentives to Move Away from Bolt-On Architecture<br /><ul><li>Vendors “simplify” by adding another layer and providing professional services
    29. 29. Result - Legacy Server vendors have cobbled together software layers to manage hardware
    30. 30. Result is a complex stack of management software to support servers</li></ul>Accidental Architecture<br />Low-level Server Monitor and Configuration Manager<br />OS Patch/Update Management<br />HW Power Manager<br />HW Performance Manager <br />HW Device Monitor and Configuration Manager<br /> Server vendor revenues driven by service & software to manage<br />Software Agents<br />Databases<br />
    31. 31. Datacenter 3.0 Framework<br />Location Freedom<br />HWFreedom<br />ProvisioningFreedom<br />Business ProcessFreedom<br />Inter-Cloud<br />Private Clouds<br />Unified Computing<br />Unified Fabric<br />Data Center Networking<br />
    32. 32. Phase 1: Data Center Networking<br />DC Interconnect Solutions<br />Application Switching Solutions<br />SAN Switching Solutions<br />DC Edge Routing<br />WAN Optimization<br />MDS 9000 Family<br />ASA and ACE Families<br />Ethernet Switching and Unified Fabric Solutions<br />Catalyst Family<br />Nexus Family<br />
    33. 33. Virtualized <br />Services <br />(FW, LB etc)<br />Network<br />Virtualization <br />Virtual <br />Machines<br />A<br />p<br />p<br />Server <br />Virtualization<br />OS<br />Server <br />Pool<br />Virtual <br />Volumes<br />Storage <br />Virtualization<br />Storage<br />Storage<br />Fabric<br />Physical <br />Pool<br />Volumes<br />Phase-2: Virtualization in the Datacenter<br />Network Virtualization<br /><ul><li>Virtual Device </li></ul>Contexts<br /><ul><li>Virtual Firewall </li></ul>& Load Balancer <br />Contexts<br /><ul><li>Unified Fabric</li></ul>Users<br /><ul><li>VLANs, QOS, VSANs, Zones
    34. 34. Virtual Context, Virtual Firewalls,
    35. 35. FCoE, VDC’s, VPC, Priority Queueing</li></ul>IP / MPLS <br />IP / MPLS <br />VPNs<br />VPNs<br />Virtual I/O<br />VLANs<br />VLANs<br />Server Virtualization <br />App<br />App<br />App<br />App<br /><ul><li>VN-Link
    36. 36. NPV
    37. 37. Unified Fabric
    38. 38. Lossless 10G </li></ul>Ethernet <br />A<br />p<br />p<br />A<br />p<br />p<br />OS<br />OS<br />OS<br />OS<br /><ul><li>Bare metal mobility between clusters
    39. 39. VM mobility between clusters
    40. 40. Improved capacity utilization</li></ul>OS<br />OS<br />Hypervisor<br />Physical <br />Server<br />VSANs<br />VSANs<br />Storage Virtualization<br /><ul><li>Virtual SANs
    41. 41. Inter-VSAN </li></ul>Routing<br /><ul><li>Network hosted </li></ul>Storage Virt.<br /><ul><li>Resource conservation of Array ports
    42. 42. Improved data mgmt. & compliance
    43. 43. Server to storage I/O troubleshooting</li></li></ul><li>App<br />App<br />App<br />Net State<br />Net State<br />OS<br />OS<br />OS<br />Net State<br />vSwitch<br />vSwitch<br />vSwitch<br />Legacy Virtual Network SwitchCan not apply network policies to the vSwitch<br />X<br />
    44. 44. App<br />App<br />App<br />Net State<br />Net State<br />OS<br />OS<br />OS<br />Net State<br />vSwitch<br />vSwitch<br />vSwitch<br />vNetwork Distributed Switch<br />Cisco VN-LinkNetwork Policies Tied to Virtual Machine<br />VN-Link Domain<br />
    45. 45. Virtualization<br />Platform<br />Compute<br />Platform<br />Network<br />Platform<br />Simplified Set-up, improved Business Metrics, enables Dynamic Provisioning<br />Phase 3: Unified ComputingUnleashing the Full Potential of the Data Center<br />Solution<br />Benefits<br /><ul><li>Cohesive system that unites compute, network, storage access and virtualization
    46. 46. Management simplification
    47. 47. Reduced TCO
    48. 48. Increased business agility
    49. 49. Improved energy efficiency</li></ul>…Optimized for Virtualization<br />Integrated Architecture…<br />
    50. 50. Server Deployment Today<br />Mgmt Server<br />Over the past 10 years<br /><ul><li>An evolution of size, not thinking
    51. 51. More servers & switches than ever
    52. 52. Management applied, not integrated
    53. 53. Virtualization amplifies the problem</li></ul>Result<br /><ul><li>More points of management
    54. 54. More difficult to maintain policy coherence
    55. 55. More difficult to secure
    56. 56. More difficult to scale</li></li></ul><li>Mgmt Server<br />Mgmt Server<br />Mgmt Server<br />Our Solution<br />Embed management<br />Unify fabrics<br />Optimize virtualization<br />Remove unnecessary <br />switches,<br />adapters,<br />management modules<br />Less than 1/2 the support infrastructure for a given workload<br />
    57. 57. Mgmt Server<br />Unified Computing System<br />A single system that encompasses:<br />Network: Unified fabric<br />Compute: Industry standard x86<br />Virtualization optimized<br />Unified management model<br />Dynamic resource provisioning<br />Efficient Scale<br />Cisco network scale and services<br />Fewer servers with more memory<br />Lower cost<br />Fewer servers, switches, adapters, cables<br />Lower power consumption<br />Fewer points of management<br />
    58. 58. SAN B<br />Simplifying the Data Center cont…<br />SAN A<br />LAN<br />Mgmt<br />Single, scalable integrated system <br />Network + compute virtualization <br />Dynamic resource provisioning<br />23<br />September 16, 2008<br />Cisco Inc., Company Confidential - NDA Required<br />
    59. 59. Automated Provisioning<br /><ul><li>Embedded single point of management and provisioning
    60. 60. Visibility and control across technology silos
    61. 61. Ongoing management and compliance</li></ul>Virtualized Services<br /><ul><li>Fine-grained control, portability, and visibility of network, compute, and storage attributes
    62. 62. Increased Processor Efficiency with Hypervisor Bypass </li></ul>Industry Standard Servers<br /><ul><li>Blade form factor
    63. 63. Intel Xeon Processor 5500 series.
    64. 64. More than double the memory capacity of competing systems</li></ul>Unified Fabric<br /><ul><li>Wire once, low latency FC and Ethernet
    65. 65. Virtualization aware
    66. 66. Scalable, manageable and diagnosable</li></ul>Cisco Unified Computing System<br />Process Automation<br />Up to 90% greater administrator efficiency, with faster changes and fewer incidents<br />Up to 50% fewer components, switches, adaptors and management modules to purchase, manage, power, and cool<br />Up to 30% lower memory and SW licensing costs via Cisco Extended Memory Technology<br />Up to 10% better processor performance via Cisco Hypervisor Bypass Technology<br />Per VM Network services through VN-Link<br />Operations and Support<br />Business Service Management<br />Upto 80% reduction in Cabling<br />Any workload on any Server<br />Scalable<br />
    67. 67. Cisco UCS Industry recognition<br />"Best Data Center Innovation" Award <br />
    68. 68. Virtualization<br />Automation<br />Cisco Validated Pvt Cloud Ready<br /> Infrastructure Packages<br />Steps 4&5: Data Center Evolution Towards IT as a Service<br />Public/Hybrid Clouds<br />Private Cloud<br />SLA?<br />Integration?<br />Security & Compliance?<br />Consolidation<br />Standardization?<br />Cisco’s Validated Infrastructure Packages Accelerate Infrastructure Virtualization and Private Cloud Adoption<br />
    69. 69. PartnerEcosystem Leverage<br />Solutions Ventureand Investment<br /> Integrated Sales, Services and Support<br />Technology Innovations Vblock Infrastructure Packages<br />Extensive and Ongoing Collaboration<br />Virtual Computing Environment Leading the journey to pervasive virtualization and private cloud<br />Imagine the power of three…<br />Unprecedented collaboration of three technology innovators and market leaders in concert with their partner ecosystems<br />
    70. 70. Information<br />Applications<br />OperatingSystems<br />Virtualization<br />Compute<br />Network<br />Accelerate Time to Results – Reduce TCO<br />Storage<br />Vblock Infrastructure Packages A New Way of Delivering IT<br />Solution Packages<br />Rapid deployment model of virtualized infrastructure<br />Pre-integrated and validated solutions reduce total cost of ownership <br />Service level driven through predictable performance and operational characteristics<br />Improved compliance/security and reduced risk<br />Vblock Infrastructure Packages<br />
    71. 71. Payback on Improved Asset UtilizationExtend useful asset life, Defer Capital, Attenuate P&C<br />117<br />75<br />75<br />75<br />75<br />75<br />94<br />Savings: $180M / 4.5 yrs<br />$15M/yr Capital<br />$25M/yr Opex<br />$250M New Data centre<br />$25M/yr Opex<br />75<br />94<br />40<br />117<br />46<br />29<br />56<br />23<br />19<br />15<br />19<br />23<br />Benefits<br /><ul><li> Deferred Need for New DC
    72. 72. Reclaimed Storage
    73. 73. Improved Utilization
    74. 74. Better Power Efficiencies</li></ul>Thermal Ceiling<br />Thermal Ceiling<br />15<br />Year 3<br />Year 4<br />Year 5<br />Year 6<br />Now<br />Year 1<br />Year 2<br />Now<br />Year 1<br />Year 2<br />Year 3<br />Year 4<br />Year 5<br />Year 6<br />20% Efficiency<br />60% Efficiency<br />Total Capacity<br />Utilized Capacity<br />6<br />© 2007 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.<br />Cisco Confidential<br />Presentation_ID<br />
    75. 75. Unified Computing System Results<br /><ul><li>40% cost savings in cabling, fiber, patch cords and labor
    76. 76. 30% more power available to servers
    77. 77. 50%+ physical servers in the same space
    78. 78. Up to 28,000 virtual machines versus 7,200 in a legacy environment of the same size
    79. 79. Up to 4 times more virtual machines per kilowatt of power; minimum of 76 virtual machines are being deployed per kilowatt of power</li></ul>Cisco IT Production Deployment 1 megawatt, 10,000 sq ft Greenfield Facility<br />Results for Unified Computing System in conjunction with Nexus 7000 and Nexus 5000 <br />5 production business apps including News@Cisco and the Office of the Chairman and CEO<br />
    80. 80. Consolidation<br />Virtualization<br />Automation<br />Utility<br />Market<br />Cisco Data Center 3.0 Innovation Roadmap<br />Nexus 5000<br />UCS B Series<br />Inter-Cloud<br />UCS C Series<br />CiscoMDS<br />Nexus 1000V<br />Private Clouds<br />Nexus 2000<br />Nexus 4000<br />2010<br />Unified Computing<br />CiscoWAAS<br />Cisco Catalyst<br />Nexus 7000<br />Unified Fabric<br />CiscoACE<br />DC Networking<br />
    81. 81. Cisco Data Center 3.0 Ecosystem <br />N1000<br />Data Center Virtualization Solution<br />Network Services<br />Storage Network<br />Server Access Network<br />Virtualization and Unified Fabric Partners<br />Application Partners<br />Security<br />SAN<br />Application Delivery<br />N7000<br />Unified Fabric<br />N5000<br />MDS 9000<br />Servers<br />Storage<br />DC LAN GbE/10GbE<br />N7000<br />V<br />V<br />V<br />V<br />V<br />V<br />V<br />V<br />Data Center Network Manager– Topology Visualization and Provisioning<br />ANM– Advanced L4-7 Services Module Management<br />Data Center Management<br />Data Center Best Practices and Services<br />Cisco Data Center Assurance Program<br />Cisco Services and Support<br />Storage Partners<br />ASA<br />WAAS<br />ACE<br />C49xx<br />C6500<br />N5000<br />N7000<br />CBS3100<br />E-mail Security<br />VPN<br />
    82. 82. Next Steps…<br /><ul><li>Review current architecture
    83. 83. Review business objectives
    84. 84. Define end-state architecture</li></ul>Your Strategy<br />Define<br /><ul><li>Consolidation
    85. 85. Virtualization
    86. 86. Automation</li></ul>Your Tactical Projects<br />Identify<br /><ul><li>Incremental evolution
    87. 87. IT as a service center
    88. 88. Organizational alignment</li></ul>Transform Your Data Center<br />Execute<br />
    89. 89. TechnologyInnovation<br />Ensuring Success with Cisco <br />ProfessionalServices<br />Data Center Assurance Program<br />BusinessPartners<br />

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