It gives me great pleasure to announce the availability of Cisco Identity Services Engine (ISE) 2.6. This release is all about solving more for customers – better features and scale to deal with the Enterprise IoT era, better security and better ability to understand how your network access services and policy are deployed. Among other capabilities, being part of the Cisco DNA offer, ISE 2.6 is yet another big stride towards a better Software Defined Access.
As we are announcing a new generation of appliances (SNS-36XX) together with ISE 2.6, we wanted to ensure that the ISE release that goes with it is a Long Term Release (LTR) as described in “Cisco Identity Services Engine Software Release Lifecycle”. As our LTR releases are typically even-numbered, we decided to just renumber the ISE 2.5 release to be called ISE 2.6. There is no difference in the release’s content – what was supposed to be part of ISE 2.5 is still there, just called ISE 2.6.
With the release of ISE 2.6, the Mobility Upgrade PIDs, ISE Advanced PIDs, ISE Express PIDs, Legacy Plus and Apex PIDs, Legacy Base and Device Admin PIDs and Legacy Virtual Machine PIDs all reach their actual End of Sales milestone. The End of Sales announcement for these PIDs can be found here. Furthermore, do notice End of Sales that was announced for ISE releases 2.0, 2.0.1, 2.1 and 2.3, available at the same location.
Are you excited as we are for the new stuff in ISE 2.6? Want to learn more? Check out our ISE page at www.cisco.com/go/ise
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