What is meant by Cisco Unified Computing System (CUCS)?

Definition of Cisco Unified Computing System (CUCS)

Cisco Unified Computing System (CUCS) is a collection of data center solutions that saves you from computing, virtualization, switching and networking glitches.This is comprehensive data center management software. A complete virtualization solution within a single platform by integrates computing, input/output, data communication and the management levels to bring out the solution for every problem.

Brief Description of Cisco Unified Computing System (CUCS)

The purpose of formulating this Cisco Unified Computing system is to deliver efficiency in the most affordable and economical charges with maximum scalability in installing and managing applications. The concept of Stateless Computing is the essence of such concept. Through such service MAC addresses, UUIDs, firmware and BIOS settings could be efficiently configured on the UCS manager, providing an unswerving configuration and re-purposing facilitation.

Through this Cisco Unified Computing System, the fabric interconnect can connect to multiple Fabric Extenders, Port Extenders using VN Tag to the fabric interconnects, now via such service, over 160 servers can be managed by one fabric interconnect . The Cisco Fabric Interconnects (or “FI”) offers optimum connectivity for the blade servers, chassis, and rack servers through different speeds of Ethernet and Fiber Channel over Ethernet (Fcoe).

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