Full-stack observability provided by Cisco solutions moves beyond domain monitoring into full-stack visibility, insights, and actions, transforming siloed data into actionable insights that provide shared context for your IT teams.
Cisco is focused on full-stack observability with business context. Business context is the ability to map service capabilities and quality across digital applications and infrastructure, with insights to the real business impact experienced by the end user, whether internal worker, external partner, or end customer
Join Champions and Cisco Fellow Carlos Perieira as they uncover what it means, how it works and discuss how it helps operations teams via our end-to-end observability approach and deliverables, while minimizing or eliminating issues before they happen.
(3:37) What's the difference between monitoring, observability, and full-stack observability? (7:23) How does that resonate with the companies you work for? (20:40) What are the main use cases? And what are some of the examples there? (Three categories > then the three main use cases) (28:26) How does the data move in between AppD, ThousandEyes and Intersight? (30:30) Is AppDynamics the central piece? (35:29) Where do you see Full Stack Observability in 12 or 18 mos? (36:48) Where does Nexus Dashboard and Insights fit into that? Why isn't it messaged that way?
We have a pair of NEXUS 93180LC-EX switches in a NX-OS setup.They act as the core and have multiple VLAN's with HSRP enabled.We had a single DHCP relay agent enabled and that was working fine. The problem we are seeing is when we tried to upgrade and...
Hello All,I am looking for a simple logical reasoning behind a small thing that has been troubling me.Please refer to attached diagram to better understand this situation. I am going to ping PC-2 from PC-1 in different subnets and VLANs, with a proper rou...
We have some Nexus 9k and a DCNM, where the Nexus 9k are loaded in an external type Fabric. The Fabric is only used for monitoring the Nexus 9k (read only). Nexus 9k are managed with CLI commands.I need to know if it is possible to manage the Nexus...