After getting some new B460’s they have so far spent more time in the shop (TAC) than running. Did Cisco push the cutting edge a little too hard getting these to market?
Use SAS drives with some SSD to FAST to and call it “Bad-ass”. RWUCS Approves!
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Cisco is “All over” the Hadoop scene. They can smell that “Big Data” in the water 🙂
For the larger B420 and B460 Servers, ever wonder what adapter should go where? Check this out.
Competition really does create great results. That’s what Cisco and VMware realized many years ago when we started working together. We compete and we continue to cooperate on projects like theCisco UCS Management Pack for VMware vRealize Operations. The latest version of the management pack, version 2.0(1), was recently released after a lengthy beta, and it supports vRealize Operations (vROps) version 6.0 and 6.1.
Some hardware vendors are talking about their products as if they invented the concept of infrastructure as code. Cisco UCS was architected as programmable infrastructure from its inception seven years ago. We’ve continued to enhance the programmability we offer you with application program interfaces (APIs), tools, orchestration and integration to fit your coding desires and requirements.
Read More: http://blogs.cisco.com/datacenter/programmability-and-ucs-management
What it Feeleth like to believe a code update would fix a UCS Problem.
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