Traditionally, the configuration, deployment, management, and monitoring datacenter solutions are done with existing separate tools for Cisco UCS, HyperFlex or VMware. The management of a Cisco HyperFlex cluster can be done through a VMware vSphere web client plug-in or through a HTML5 based native HyperFlex Connect management tool. Since Cisco HyperFlex version 2.6, the support of Cisco Intersight cloud-based remote monitoring and management has raised the management of Cisco UCS and HyperFlex systems to a new level. With Cisco Intersight the deployment and management can be done from the cloud, providing a low-cost, easy-to-deploy, remote management feature set for Cisco HyperFlex systems to your edge environments without requiring experienced IT at the deployment site.
This video covers Hyperflex 2N RoBo Installation through Intersight by Saurabh Kalra @email@example.com
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