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Steve Gillaspy – Sr. Director of UCS Product Management
Nikul Sheth – UCS Fabric Interconnect Product Manager
Jacob Van Ew...
Agenda
Industry Trends
UCS Product Enhancements
• Third-generation Fabric Interconnects and Virtual Interface Cards
• New ...
Need to Invert the IT Budget Ratios
100%
25%
Time
0%
Maintaining Current Operations
(Mode 1 Operations)
Investment in Inno...
Silos Create Barriers to Optimized IT
Operations
Many
More
OPERATIONS
MANAGER
NETWORK
ADMIN
STORAGE
ADMIN
VIRTUALIZATION
A...
Management Tools Can Reinforce Barriers
NETWORK
ADMIN
STORAGE
ADMIN
SERVER
ADMIN
Different tools used by different teams
i...
Data Center Modernization
Mode 1–Mode 2
Efficiency and Speed
1 Modernize and “Load Balance” 2 Automate and Orchestrate
Sta...
Reduces Provisioning Times
Average 83%
Based on 103 Customer Case Studies
“Our staff can now provision a test
environment ...
Reduction of Ongoing Admin/Mgmt Costs
Average 66%
Based on 48 Customer Case Studies
“Thanks to the Cisco UCS
Manager, the ...
Investment in
Innovation
Cost of Ongoing Operations
Provisioning
83%
Ongoing
Admin.
66%
Project
Execution
75%
Faster Time
...
Cisco UCS Innovations
UCS Mini
Edge-Scale Computing Scale out Computing
UCS M-Series
Core Data Center Workloads
Enhanced S...
3rd Generation Fabric
Interconnect
UCS FI and IOM Overview
FI 6300 Series and IOM 2304
High-density 40GbE ports
• FI 6300 series coupled with B-Series and C-...
UCS FI and IOM Models
FI 6300 Series and IOM 2304
FI 6332
• 32 x 40GbE QSFP+ ports
• 2.56Tbps switching
performance
• 1RU ...
FI 6332 Use Case
FI 6248
FI 6296
MDS
9506/9/13
9706/10
Storage
Array
Nexus
7K/9K
Existing Infrastructure
UCS
B-Series
B200...
FI 6332-16UP Use Case
FI 6248
FI 6296
MDS
9506/9/13
9706/10
Storage
Array
Nexus
7K/9K
Existing Infrastructure
UCS
B-Series...
FI 6300 Series Use Cases with C-Series
FI 6332-16UP
FI 6332
MDS
9506/9/13
9706/10
Storage
Array
Nexus
7K/9K
C-Series Direc...
Cisco VIC Overview
Cisco Virtual Interface Card (VIC)
UCS Silicon Innovation
Feb 2010
• M81KR, P81E
• 128 PCIe devices
• Dual 10Gb, 16x PCIe ...
UCS 3rd Gen VIC 1387
UCS C-Series Rack Servers
40Gb Ethernet and FCoE Support
• Dual Port 40G QSFP+ mLOM
• 4 x 10G support...
New Platform Capabilities
UCS Mini 2nd Chassis Support
UCS Mini Expands to 2 Chassis
• Expand from 8 to 16 blades
• Supports 2204XP/2208XP in 2nd ch...
M-Series w/ Xeon E3-1200 v4 Processors
Optimized for Graphic Intensive Workload
Intel Xeon E3 v4 (New !)
• E3-1265 v4 – 2....
New Hardware
Acceleration Options
New Storage Acceleration Options on UCS
Most Powerful In-server Storage Experience
• Flexible capacity point options (1.3T...
New NVIDIA M6/M60 GPUs on Cisco UCS
With Full UCS-Manager Integration
M60 (UCSC-GPU-M60/=) M6 (UCSB-GPU-M6/=)
GPU Dual Hig...
Customer Experience:
Cannon Design
Kurt Miller
Senior Vice President of Infrastructure Architecture
UCS Management
Value Proposition
UCS Management: Policy and Model-Driven
Application Profiles
Virtualization Policy
Network Policy
Storage Policy
Server Po...
• Automate and speed provisioning time
• Automate upgrades
• Simplify operations, minimize manual tasks
• Reduces the risk...
Summary
UCS Manager 3.1
UCS Manager 3.1
Summary
Unified UCS Manager release (single code base)
HTML 5 Based UI; On Next Reboot Maintenance Policy
...
UCS Management
Unified Management Across UCS Portfolio
UCS Mini
Edge-Scale
Computing
Cloud-Scale
Computing
UCS M-Series
Co...
UCS Manager 3.1 HTML5 UI
Support for HTML5 GUI in Addition to the Java GUI
Layout, Colors, Icons and Text
Are Almost Ident...
UCS Multi-Domain
Management Update
UCS Central 1.4
Centralized Management Across
Domains, Infrastructure and Geographies
UCS Central: Unparalleled Situational
Awareness
Data...
Policy-Based Management Architecture
User Access
User Access
Element
Manager
Element
Manager
Element
Manager
UCS
Manager
F...
Why Should Customers Use UCS Central?
Feature Functions Benefit
Information
Dashboard
Centralized hardware inventory, cent...
User Interface
Enhancement
• Search and Task Based HTML 5 User interface improvements
– Unified KVM launcher
– Inventory O...
UCS Director Enhancements
Support for UCS Manager 3.1(1)
Support for UCS-M series servers in UCS Director
• UCS M-series s...
Cisco Champion Experience
Jon Hildebrand
Senior Cloud Engineer and Cisco Champion
LightEdge Solutions, Inc.
Cisco UCS Innovations: Adopt the
Power of Unification, Innovation and
Scalability
Cisco UCS Innovations
UCS Mini
Edge-Scale Computing Scale out Computing
UCS M-Series
Core Data Center Workloads
Enhanced S...
For more information on Cisco UCS innovations reviewed in
the webcast, please visit:
www.cisco.com/go/ucs
Cisco UCS 6300 S...
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Cisco Data center experts review new Cisco UCS innovations including third-generation fabric interconnects, new acceleration options for Cisco UCS, and scalability options for Cisco UCS solutions. Leverage the opportunity to hear from a customer, Kurt Miller, Senior Vice President of Infrastructure Architecture from Cannon Design, about how Cannon Design have implemented the latest UCS Innovations to enhance business outcomes.

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Cisco UCS Innovations: Adopt the Power of Unification, Innovation and Scalability

  1. 1. Steve Gillaspy – Sr. Director of UCS Product Management Nikul Sheth – UCS Fabric Interconnect Product Manager Jacob Van Ewyk – UCS Management Product Manager February 2016 Adopt the Power of Unification, Innovation and Scalability Cisco UCS Innovations Kurt Miller – Senior Vice President of Infrastructure Architecture , Cannon Design Jon Hildebrand – Senior Cloud Engineer and Cisco Champion, LightEdge Solutions, Inc.
  2. 2. Agenda Industry Trends UCS Product Enhancements • Third-generation Fabric Interconnects and Virtual Interface Cards • New Acceleration options for Cisco UCS servers • Customer Experience–Kurt Miller, Cannon Design • Enhanced Solution scalability Q&A Discussion UCS Management Update • One System, One Management Environment UCS Multi-Domain Management Update • Enterprise-class Centralized Management and Scalability Cisco Champions Experience • Jon Hildebrand - Senior Cloud Engineer, LightEdge Solutions, Inc.
  3. 3. Need to Invert the IT Budget Ratios 100% 25% Time 0% Maintaining Current Operations (Mode 1 Operations) Investment in Innovation (Mode 2 Operations)75% 50% PercentofITBudget
  4. 4. Silos Create Barriers to Optimized IT Operations Many More OPERATIONS MANAGER NETWORK ADMIN STORAGE ADMIN VIRTUALIZATION ADMIN SERVER ADMIN CHANGE MANAGER
  5. 5. Management Tools Can Reinforce Barriers NETWORK ADMIN STORAGE ADMIN SERVER ADMIN Different tools used by different teams increase the boundaries • Inconsistent data and reporting • Unable to gain holistic view of problems • Troubleshooting and analysis become extremely complex Many manual processes and meetings to handle daily activities Difficulty implementing automation and orchestration to reduce TCO
  6. 6. Data Center Modernization Mode 1–Mode 2 Efficiency and Speed 1 Modernize and “Load Balance” 2 Automate and Orchestrate Standardization Consolidate storage, network, compute Virtualization Server virtualization Resource pooling Automation Provisioning Upgrades Patching/maintenance Orchestration Workflows across infrastructure Application release automation IT Broker Fully composable resources Service managed SLA optimized Traditional DC Private Cloud Hybrid Cloud
  7. 7. Reduces Provisioning Times Average 83% Based on 103 Customer Case Studies “Our staff can now provision a test environment in minutes, not months, so we can test new ideas very rapidly. It’s given us a competitive edge.” “UCS service profiles have made server deployment easier and about three times faster.” “The improvements in provisioning and implementation have dramatically reduced the load on Allianz’s IT professionals, freeing them to focus on more strategically important projects.”
  8. 8. Reduction of Ongoing Admin/Mgmt Costs Average 66% Based on 48 Customer Case Studies “Thanks to the Cisco UCS Manager, the same staff of seven engineers who previously managed 90 servers now manages 150 Cisco servers.” “We estimate a productivity improvement of 30 percent for the IT team as a whole, with our people now able to focus on more strategic matters and new areas like energy efficiency.” "Staff morale is soaring as technical teams are freed from break-fix issues and manual processes required to keep dozens of different systems running."
  9. 9. Investment in Innovation Cost of Ongoing Operations Provisioning 83% Ongoing Admin. 66% Project Execution 75% Faster Time to Market 100% 25% Time 0% 75% 50% How UCS Helps Invert the Budget Ratios
  10. 10. Cisco UCS Innovations UCS Mini Edge-Scale Computing Scale out Computing UCS M-Series Core Data Center Workloads Enhanced Scalability with UCS Mini Secondary UCS Mini Chassis Support New Acceleration Options for M-Series New M-Series Compute Cartridge UCS B-Series and C-Series Unified Management for ALL UCS Server Platforms – UCS B-Series, C-Series, M-Series and UCS Mini One System, One Management Environment 3rd Generation Fabric Interconnect and Virtual Interface Cards 3rd Generation UCS Fabric New Acceleration Options for UCS Servers New Accelerator Cards + GPU + SSD
  11. 11. 3rd Generation Fabric Interconnect
  12. 12. UCS FI and IOM Overview FI 6300 Series and IOM 2304 High-density 40GbE ports • FI 6300 series coupled with B-Series and C-Series enables an end-to-end 40GbE solution • FI 6300 series couple with Cisco MDS enables an end-to-end 40GbE FCoE solution High speed Fibre Channel 16G FC ports • Provides high performance SAN (4/8/16G FC) connectivity for blades and rack servers • Simplifies management by reducing the number of links required between end points Enabling a high-performance, low-latency and lossless fabric
  13. 13. UCS FI and IOM Models FI 6300 Series and IOM 2304 FI 6332 • 32 x 40GbE QSFP+ ports • 2.56Tbps switching performance • 1RU fixed form factor, two power supplies and four fans IOM 2304 • 8 x 40GbE server links and 4 x 40GbE QSFP+ uplinks • 960Gbps switching performance • Modular IOM for UCS 5108 FI 6332-16UP • 24 x 40GbE QSFP+ and 16 x UP ports (1/10GbE or 4/8/16G FC) • 2.43Tbps switching performance • 1RU fixed form factor, two power supplies and four fans
  14. 14. FI 6332 Use Case FI 6248 FI 6296 MDS 9506/9/13 9706/10 Storage Array Nexus 7K/9K Existing Infrastructure UCS B-Series B200 B260 B460 and IOM 2204 IOM 2208 UCS C-Series C220 C240 C460 10G 10G 10G 10G / FC 10G 10G / FC FI 6332 MDS 9506/9/13 9706/10 Storage Array Nexus 7K/9K FI 6332 Use Case UCS B-Series B200 B260 B460 and IOM 2304 UCS C-Series C220 C240 C460 40G 40G 40G 40G FCoE 40G 40G FCoE
  15. 15. FI 6332-16UP Use Case FI 6248 FI 6296 MDS 9506/9/13 9706/10 Storage Array Nexus 7K/9K Existing Infrastructure UCS B-Series B200 B260 B460 and IOM 2204 IOM 2208 UCS C-Series C220 C240 C460 10G 10G 10G 8G FC 10G 8G FC FI 6332- 16UP MDS 9506/9/13 9706/10 Storage Array Nexus 7K/9K FI 6332-16UP Use Case UCS B-Series B200 B260 B460 and IOM 2304 UCS C-Series C220 C240 C460 40G 40G 40G 16G FC 40G 40G FCoE
  16. 16. FI 6300 Series Use Cases with C-Series FI 6332-16UP FI 6332 MDS 9506/9/13 9706/10 Storage Array Nexus 7K/9K C-Series Direct UCS C-Series C220 C240 C460 40G 40G 40G FC / FCoE 10G 8G FC FI 6332-16UP FI 6332 MDS 9506/9/13 9706/10 Storage Array Nexus 7K/9K C-Series / FEX UCS C-Series C220 C240 C460 40G 40G 40G FC / FCoE 10G 40G 40G 40G 40G FCoE
  17. 17. Cisco VIC Overview
  18. 18. Cisco Virtual Interface Card (VIC) UCS Silicon Innovation Feb 2010 • M81KR, P81E • 128 PCIe devices • Dual 10Gb, 16x PCIe Gen1 • Hypervisor Bypass for ESX, KVM April 2012 • VIC 1280, 1240, 1225, 1225T • 256 PCIe Device • Dual 40Gb, 16x PCIe Gen • Single Wire Management • SR-IOV for Win 2012 HyperV 2015-2016 • VIC 1285, VIC 1227, 1227T • Low Latency, USNIC • SCVMM Integration • DPDK • NetFlow *Some features may be introduced post-FCS 2013-2015 3rd Gen VIC • VIC 1340, VIC 1380, VIC 1385, • VIC 1387 (NEW !) • PCIe Gen 3 • NVGRE and VXLAN • High Performance Ethernet Support 1st Gen VIC Two Products 2nd Gen VIC Products 2nd Gen Enhancements 3rd Gen VIC Products
  19. 19. UCS 3rd Gen VIC 1387 UCS C-Series Rack Servers 40Gb Ethernet and FCoE Support • Dual Port 40G QSFP+ mLOM • 4 x 10G support with Breakout Cables • PCIE Gen 3 for greater bandwidth • 40G BIDI support Support for Overlay Networks • Support for Overlay Networks using NVGRE and VXLAN • Support for RDMA for SMB-Direct, ROCE Libfabric • Over 256 Virtual Devices UCSC-MLOM-C40Q-03 (=) List Price of $2,192 Support with C220M4, C240M4 and C3160 Rack Servers Enabling Server Virtualization Deployments
  20. 20. New Platform Capabilities
  21. 21. UCS Mini 2nd Chassis Support UCS Mini Expands to 2 Chassis • Expand from 8 to 16 blades • Supports 2204XP/2208XP in 2nd chassis • Additional support for up to 4 Rack servers • Max configuration 20 servers UCS Mini Investment Protection • Add more servers without adding more server management
  22. 22. M-Series w/ Xeon E3-1200 v4 Processors Optimized for Graphic Intensive Workload Intel Xeon E3 v4 (New !) • E3-1265 v4 – 2.3 GHz, 6MB cache, 4 core, 35W • E3-1270 v4* – 3.0 GHz, 6MB cache, 4 core, 45W Intel Xeon E3 v3 • E3-1220Lv3 • E3-1240Lv3 • E3-1275Lv3 2 Servers per cartridge (64G/Server) Intel Xeon E3 v4 (New !) • E3-1285Lv4 - 3.4 GHz, 6MB cache, 4 core, 65W • E3-1285v4 - 3.5 GHz, 6MB Cache, 4 core, 95W Intel Xeon E3 v3 • E3-1231v3 • E3-1241v3 • E3-1271v3 • E3-1281v3 Single Servers per cartridge (64G/Server) E3-1200 V4 Processors Up to 1.4x more Transcoding Performance Up to 1.8x graphics performance • Over 4300 simultaneous streams • Remote workstations for 3D application collaboration • Lower cost • Lower power consumption UCS M142 Dual Server E3 Cartridge * Does not include integrated graphics capabilities UCS M1414 Single Server E3 Cartridge Workload Optimized for Video Delivery
  23. 23. New Hardware Acceleration Options
  24. 24. New Storage Acceleration Options on UCS Most Powerful In-server Storage Experience • Flexible capacity point options (1.3TB – 6.4TB) • Up to ~35TB in C240M4 and ~54TB in C460M4 of the world’s fastest enterprise-class storage • Fusion io now on SanDisk NAND for more efficiency and better economics • 15µs Latency and ~400,000 read/write IOPS per device • >600 UCS Customers already deployed • 800GB and 1.6TB Capacity Point options • Pre-enabled for B200M4, C220 and C240M4, C460M4 • Great performance option between SanDisk/Fusion io and 12Gb SAS • 20µs Latency and up to ~700,000 read IOPS per device All Storage Accelerators Have Full UCS-Manager Integration
  25. 25. New NVIDIA M6/M60 GPUs on Cisco UCS With Full UCS-Manager Integration M60 (UCSC-GPU-M60/=) M6 (UCSB-GPU-M6/=) GPU Dual High-end Maxwell Single High-end CUDA Cores 4096 1536 Memory Size 16 GB GDDR5 8 GB GDDR5 H.264 1080p30 streams 36 18 GRID vGPU Concurrent Users 2 / 4 / 8 / 16 / 32 1 / 2 / 4 / 8 / 16 Form Factor PCIe 3.0 Dual Slot, x16 lanes MXM (blade servers), x16 lanes Power 240W / 300W (225W opt) 100W (75W opt) Thermal active / passive bare board • All high-end CPU’s supported • Fully UCS – Managed including firmware • GRID SW License will enable VDI One per Cisco B200M4. Approximately K2-Level of Performance Up to two per Cisco C240M4 or C460M4
  26. 26. Customer Experience: Cannon Design Kurt Miller Senior Vice President of Infrastructure Architecture
  27. 27. UCS Management Value Proposition
  28. 28. UCS Management: Policy and Model-Driven Application Profiles Virtualization Policy Network Policy Storage Policy Server Policy 1 Subject Matter Experts Define Policies 5 System Configures Hardware Elements Automatically and Eliminates Configuration Drift 4 Model-Driven Framework to Abstract Resources2 Policies Used to Create Service Profile Templates Storage SME Network SME Server SME 3 Service Profile Templates Create Service Profiles Server Name UUID, MAC, WWN Boot Information LAN, SAN Config Firmware Policy Server Name UUID, MAC, WWN Boot Information LAN, SAN Config Firmware Policy Fabric Interconnect UCS Manager Creates Object Model Defines Model and Platform
  29. 29. • Automate and speed provisioning time • Automate upgrades • Simplify operations, minimize manual tasks • Reduces the risk of errors • Establish consistency and ensure compliance Benefits of Profiles and Templates Automation  Provisioning  Upgrades Step to Mode 2 Reduce the Barriers Between Teams NETWORK ADMIN STORAGE ADMIN VIRTUALIZATION ADMIN SERVER ADMIN CHANGE MANAGER
  30. 30. Summary UCS Manager 3.1
  31. 31. UCS Manager 3.1 Summary Unified UCS Manager release (single code base) HTML 5 Based UI; On Next Reboot Maintenance Policy End-to-end 40GbE and 16Gb FC with 3rd Generation UCS Fabric Interconnect Infrastructure M-Series cartridges w/ Intel Xeon E3 v4 Processors UCS Mini Support for Second Chassis New NVIDIA M6 and M60 GPUs New PCIe Base Storage Accelerators Crypto Card for Mobility Solution (MITG)
  32. 32. UCS Management Unified Management Across UCS Portfolio UCS Mini Edge-Scale Computing Cloud-Scale Computing UCS M-Series Composable Infrastructure UCS B-Series Blade Servers UCS C-Series Rack Servers Core Data Center Workloads
  33. 33. UCS Manager 3.1 HTML5 UI Support for HTML5 GUI in Addition to the Java GUI Layout, Colors, Icons and Text Are Almost Identical Between the Java and HTML5 GUI to Provide a Seamless User Transition UCS Manager And KVM Manager Both Support HTML5 Reducing Customer Dependency on Java Note that Java Is Still Required for the KVM Client
  34. 34. UCS Multi-Domain Management Update UCS Central 1.4
  35. 35. Centralized Management Across Domains, Infrastructure and Geographies UCS Central: Unparalleled Situational Awareness Data Center 3 Cisco UCS Manager ADFADFA ADFADFA ADFADFA Data Center 1 Cisco UCS Manager ADFADFA ADFADFA ADFADFA Data Center 2 Cisco UCS Manager ADFADFA ADFADFA ADFADFA Unified control plane for all the elements in the system • Centralized logs for compute, network and storage • Single source of truth accessible to tools via API Centralizes global policies, service profiles, inventory, ID pools and templates for up to 10,000 servers
  36. 36. Policy-Based Management Architecture User Access User Access Element Manager Element Manager Element Manager UCS Manager Full two way configuration changes with traceability UCS Central UCS Central: Not your typical Manager of Managers • Simplified, Centralized Management • Based on UCS Manager, which remains the execution engine • Global policies are read-only in UCS Manager and are only stored on UCS Manager instances when they are in use • Local policies are read-only in UCS Central with visibility to all policies in all UCS Manager instances • Global policies, local policies, or a combination of both may be used at the same time
  37. 37. Why Should Customers Use UCS Central? Feature Functions Benefit Information Dashboard Centralized hardware inventory, centralized faults/logs, and up to one year of statistics across UCS Mini and Classic UCS domains Improved visibility across local and remote domains reduces the administrative time to monitor, troubleshoot, inventory, and do capacity planning Centralized KVM Access KVM sessions on all UCS managed servers from a single location Users no longer need to know which domain to access to set up a KVM session. Centralized Backup Scheduled backup of UCS Manager and UCS Central instances. Automated backups to a central location improves resiliency with minimal administrative impact Administrative Configuration Cross-domain administrative settings and cross-domain ID pools that new UCS Manager instances have access to upon registration Set up new domains in minutes with limited administrative effort while maintaining cross-domain consistency saving hours of set up time per domain. Operational Control Global policies and settings that can deployed and enforced across domains Policy and settings standardization and enforcement across domains helps ensure compliance, reduces configuration issues, and reduces troubleshooting time. Workload Mobility Global Service Profiles with optional site specific settings for localization Consistent deployments across UCS domains with the flexibility to quickly provision, de-provision, or move workloads between servers or domains.
  38. 38. User Interface Enhancement • Search and Task Based HTML 5 User interface improvements – Unified KVM launcher – Inventory Overview – Reporting Improvement Licensing • Per Server Licensing using Cisco Smart Licensing Hardware Support • New Hardware support in UCS Manager 3.1(1) – 3Gen FI ( UCS 63XX Series ) Feature Enhancements • Additional Policy Support – Advanced Host Firmware Pack – Equipment Policy – Chassis Discover, etc. – vNIC Adaptor Policies - USNic, VMQ, CDN, etc – Adaptor Policies – PVLAN, RDMA for SMB Direct, etc. – Direct Attached Storage • Fabric Interconnect Configuration – Port Configuration, policies and Disjoint L2 VLan Support • TACACS and RADIUS authentication • Smart Call Home • SNMP support for UCS Central Faults • Global Service Profile Enhancements such as FSM visibility UCS Central 1.4 Release Features Overview Note: Some features require specific UCS Manager versions. Please see the UCS Central Release Notes for details
  39. 39. UCS Director Enhancements Support for UCS Manager 3.1(1) Support for UCS-M series servers in UCS Director • UCS M-series server inventory and reports • UCS M-series Bare Metal Provisioning • UCS M-series Storage Profile Management • UCS M-series Cartridge Management UCS Central Task Library Use Cases and Task Enhancements • Support for Bare Metal OS automation Bare Metal OS Deployment automation on Standalone Servers: UCS C-series and UCS E-series Integration with Gold Town 2.0 (IMC Sup)
  40. 40. Cisco Champion Experience Jon Hildebrand Senior Cloud Engineer and Cisco Champion LightEdge Solutions, Inc.
  41. 41. Cisco UCS Innovations: Adopt the Power of Unification, Innovation and Scalability
  42. 42. Cisco UCS Innovations UCS Mini Edge-Scale Computing Scale out Computing UCS M-Series Core Data Center Workloads Enhanced Scalability with UCS Mini Secondary UCS Mini Chassis Support New Acceleration Options for M-Series New M-Series Compute Cartridge UCS B-Series and C-Series Unified Management for ALL UCS Server Platforms – UCS B-Series, C-Series, M-Series and UCS Mini One System, One Management Environment 3rd Generation UCS Fabric New Acceleration Options for UCS Servers NVIDIA M6 GPU Support NVIDIA M60 GPU support Support PCIe SSD Support Crypto Card Support LSI 9286CV-8e RAID Controller 3rd Gen Fabric Interconnects, 2304 IOM and FEX 3rd Gen VIC 1385/1387 (40G PCIe/mLOM VIC Adapter)
  43. 43. For more information on Cisco UCS innovations reviewed in the webcast, please visit: www.cisco.com/go/ucs Cisco UCS 6300 Series Fabric Interconnects Cisco UCS Manager Cisco UCS Central Software Additional Resources/Call to Action

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