Topic: Power your Data Center Performance with Automation
Harsh Vaishnav, Head of Sales, Cloud Infrastructure and Software Group, Commercial and Small Business, Cisco India & SAARC
Ankush Kumar, Editor, Tech Observer.
The rules of business are being rewritten in the digital age. To support this, it is essential to ensure one thing diligently and that is ensuring application performance and customer experience. Helping customers achieve this, Cisco has helped to build and implement an intuitive and smart data center strategy across core, edge, and cloud. Data centers, which are the epitome of heterogeneity are now able to provide reliability, stability, scale, and speed to businesses by ensuring workplace ubiquity, performant applications, and most importantly have brought applications to the center stage.
To support workforce transformation by giving users what they want, when they want, and securely on a device of their choice, the underlying infrastructure plays a pivotal role. Through platforms like Cisco Hyperflex, a world-class offering of hyper-convergence and unified computing system with 3-tiered architecture, customers can engage for near-term, mid-term, and long-term solutions. Secondly, data centers can now support workload transitions and reduce complexity. An application-centric infrastructure with the ability to offer deterministic workload performance tracking and deliver performance applications is helping customers to reduce costs and undergo transitions smoothly.
This is also a phase where remote management of data center infrastructure is critical and requires a differentiated approach. It requires a SaaS-delivered, AI-enabled management engine that provides performance benchmarking and predictive analytics. Cisco Intersight Workload Optimizer provides 100% visibility into the deployed infrastructure and allows customers to remain agile, flexible, efficient, and compliant, allowing them to save costs by up to 30%.
To provide an unwavering experience along with a coexistent, intuitive, and secure operations system, the ability to scale has become a theme for cloud providers. In the fast-evolving data center sector, organizations are now focusing on the adoption of automation, using the power of analytics, and delivering a non-compromised experience with a layer of machine learning.
Due to the given situation that directly influences profitability, functionality, and customer experience, the operations management tools assisted by AI are seen as an extremely savvy way to leverage speed and dexterity. Cisco is driving the data center landscape with a product portfolio of unified computing systems that offer data analytics to deliver meaningful and contextual outcomes.
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