Over 6 years ago
Commented on Cisco UCS is a great server system. Just make sure you have a knowledgeable implementation partner as this is a very complicated server system to set-up.
Cisco UCS Servers up the Data Center to another level
About 7 years ago
Answered a question: When evaluating Network Performance Monitoring, what aspect do you think is the most important to look for?
I think that most important the posibility of clear and simple views and granularity, is diffcult expense time to understand a lot of graphs, in my case on Vmware tools like vCOPS (vCenter Operations Managers) is very easy start in a simple view and make go to deep…
About 7 years ago
Network Monitoring Software
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Cisco: UCS Servers, Routers (7600, 7500, 3600, 2600, 2500, 1700), Switch Nexus (7k, 5k, 2k, 1000v, FI) (Catalyst 6500, 4500, 3750 2950) RAS (As5300), PIX (535, 515), ASA (5500), IOS, NX-OS, CatOs, Cisco Secure
Virtualization, Vmware VTSP/VSP, (Infraestructure / VDI / Bussines Continuity / Critical Aplications / MGT)
Network Technologies: LAN (VLAN Routing, 802.1q, VSS, Metro Ethernet, Ether Channel, 10GE, PoE, HSRP, STP) WLAN (WiFi 802.1a/b/g, HotSpots, Wireless Bridge) WAN (Frame-Relay, MPLS, E1, T1, OSPF, EIGRP, BGP, HSRP) QoS
IP Telephony, VoIP,SIP, SCCP, MGCP