Cisco UCS Proves LeadershipNew Unified Computing System Servers set nine top performance benchmarks.
Unified Computing Benefits
Move Beyond Infrastructure MaintenanceAs enterprise computing systems increase in scale, they also increase in complexity. And as complexity increases, so does the expense of deployment and ongoing management.
Today, more than 70 percent of IT budget is spent simply to maintain and manage existing infrastructure (Source: Forrester, December 2008). The result: IT organizations must continually increase resources to maintain a complex and inflexible infrastructure versus using them to rapidly and effectively respond to business needs.
IT organizations are looking for ways to substantially decrease cost of ownership while increasing IT business value. The Cisco Unified Computing System helps address these challenges by streamlining data center resources, scaling service delivery, and radically reducing the number of devices requiring setup, management, power/cooling, and cabling.
Bridge the Divide Between IT and Business NeedsThe Cisco Unified Computing System can deliver the following benefits:
Separate Scale From ComplexityAs a next-generation data center platform, the Cisco Unified Computing System:
Simplified ManagementEnable rapid provisioning of applications and infrastructure from shared pools of computing, storage, and network resources; enable rapid provisioning and scaling of IT infrastructure through unified, model-based management powered by Cisco service profiles.
Industry RecognitionHear what analysts have to say about Cisco Unified Computing System and learn more about this award winning architecture.
Awards and Recognition
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