Don’t compromise between the cost efficiencies of virtualization and branch survivability.
With more than half of today’s workers in remote offices, and even more going mobile, IT is challenged with scaling resources to deliver and support applications in remote locations, where IT staff may not be available. Although data center centralization is helping, compromising WAN performance can bring business to a halt if remote and mobile workers have trouble accessing mission-critical applications.
The Cisco x86-based enterprise class server can be hosted in the widely deployed Cisco Integrated Services Router (ISR), allowing businesses to extend their virtualized data centers to the branch. The solution offers a consolidated form factor that is simple to provision, monitor, and manage from remote locations.
Join Anurag Gurtu, Technical Marketing Engineer, Services Routing, and Rory Clements, Technical Architect, VWware, as they talk about:
• The elements of a lean branch architecture and the operational cost savings
• Survivability features to enable business continuity
• Use cases for both centralized and distributed enterprise environments
• Architecture design models