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Cisco at VMworld 2015 - Cisco UCS as the Foundation for Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC)

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IT is in the midst of a dramatic shift to the mobile-cloud era, one in which IT services can be consumed on-demand across the enterprise and in hybrid and public clouds. Tjerk Bijlsma will share the latest Cisco Unified Computing System (Cisco UCS) innovations that can help you shape your Software-Defined Data Center, radically simplifying IT while delivering services at the speed of today's business.

During this session you will learn about:

Cisco's comprehensive architectural approach to enable next wave of IT convergence that includes VMware vSAN and comprehensive vRealize integration as part of the SDDC.
Innovations in Cisco Data Center portfolio including Cisco UCS and Nexus integrations with VMware solutions.
Solutions for virtualized environments for Converged and Hyper Converged systems including FlexPod, VersaStack, Vblock, vSAN, Simplivity, StorMagic and more.

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Cisco at VMworld 2015 - Cisco UCS as the Foundation for Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC)

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