In Cisco speak, that means delivering major benefits to users without being too difficult to use. These principles are what guided the creation of its new cloud-based infrastructure management platform, Intersight.
Billed as a major breakthrough as a systems management platform, “Cisco Intersight combines the simplicity of the cloud with actionable intelligence derived from analytics and machine learning. By moving management software to the cloud we relieve users of the burden of maintaining systems management software and hardware,” explains Courtney Dods, managing director for data centres at Cisco APJ.
Read the full article titled “Revolutionary but Not Disruptive” to find out how businesses can leverage Cisco Intersight to support operations and ensure performance, reliability, stability and security in an era where distributed applications and infrastructure are implemented in an bid to digitise and support new services.
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This post may contain excerpts from an article entitled “Revolutionary but Not Disruptive” published in The Business Times on 25 October, 2017.