THREE PART SERIES This Deep-Dive series is focused on the advantages of Nexus 1000v Solution across spectrum of technologies and how it can be leveraged to enhance your Data Center Virtual Infrastructure to meet the next-generation goals.
Cisco Nexus 1000V Series Switches provide a comprehensive and extensible architectural platform for virtual machine (VM) and cloud networking. The switches are designed to accelerate server virtualization and multitenant cloud deployments in a secure and operationally transparent manner.
From single hypervisor to now a multi-hypervisor virtual networking solution, Cisco Nexus 1000v has come a long way since its launch few years back. Currently 1000v product-line provides complete solution ranging from Switching, Routing, Firewall, Load-balancing to Cloud-Infrastructure.
Vishal Mehta is a Technical Marketing Engineer with Cisco's Data Center Competitive Insights Team based in San Jose, California. Previously he was working as the customer support engineer for Cisco’s Data Center Server Virtualization Technical Assistance Center (TAC) team for the past 3 years with a primary focus on data center technologies such as Cisco Nexus® 5000, Cisco UCS, Cisco Nexus 1000V, and virtualization. He presented at Cisco Live in Orlando 2013, Milan 2014, and San Francisco 2014 (BRKCOM-3003, BRKDCT-3444, and LABDCT-2333). He holds a master’s degree from Rutgers University in Electrical and Computer Engineering and has CCIE® certification (# 37139) in Routing/Switching, Service Provider & Data Center
Ask your Questions in the Discussion forums from February 12 through March 4, 2015
I understand that only two switches can make up a SWV cluster/stack. I am working on a design that needs to ensure 100% uptime. From my general networking experience as well as reading about VSS/SWV configuration and troubleshooting discussions, the...
Hi there, I have some virtual servers not being used. I checked with server team and they said they're powered off. Sometimes I can see the static ips shows in arp table in the switch, but ...
Hi,I am by no means an SD-WAN expert, but I have been asked to investigate if Cisco have a product which is able to perform routing based on the domain that the packet is destined towards. I have had a quick look and it seems that the only way of accurate...
Hi AllI have been looking into vxlan.Are there many people who use it here? what are the main reasons for people using it?what switches / routers are supported?do you always have to map vni's to vlans ? could you map all your vxlan vni's over 1 vlan?cheer...