Cisco and Hitachi Converged Infrastructure Design Guide

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Modernizing your data center can be overwhelming, and it’s vital to select a trusted technology partner with proven expertise. With Cisco and Hitachi Vantara as partners, companies can build for the future by enhancing systems of record, supporting systems of innovation and growing their business. Organizations need an agile solution, free from operational inefficiencies, to deliver continuous data availability, meet SLAs and prioritize innovation.

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The Adaptive Solutions for CI as a Virtual Server Infrastructure (VSI) is a best practice data center architecture built on the collaboration of Hitachi Vantara and Cisco to meet the needs of enterprise customers utilizing virtual server workloads. This architecture is composed of the Hitachi VSP connecting through the Cisco MDS multilayer switches to Cisco UCS, and further enabled with the Cisco Nexus family of switches.

This design is presented as a validated reference architecture, that covers specifics of products utilized within the Cisco validation lab, but the solution is considered relevant for equivalent supported components listed within Cisco and Hitachi published compatibility matrixes.


Last modified: May 3, 2019