It’s now early Saturday morning in Switzerland and I’m up because I had to go to university this morning and in the break I was checking my RSS feeds and saw two blog post from my Irish Microsoft MVP fellows Aidan Finn (MVP Virtual Machine) and Damian Flynn (MVP System Center Cloud & Datacenter Management) about the new Cisco Nexus 1000v for Hyper-V with Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager integration.
What is the Cisco Nexus 1000v
Cisco Nexus 1000V Series Switches provide a comprehensive and extensible architectural platform for virtual machine (VM) and cloud networking. The switches are designed to accelerate server virtualization and multitenant cloud deployments in a secure and operationally transparent manner. Integrated into the Windows Server 2012 Extensible Switch, and fully compatible with System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012 SP1, the Cisco Nexus 1000V Series provides:
- Advanced virtual machine networking based on Cisco NX-OS operating system and IEEE 802.1Q switching technology
- Cisco vPath technology for efficient and optimized integration of virtual network services
- Tight integration with System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012 SP1
- Layer 2 Switching with Transmit side Rate Limiting
- Security Policy Mobility, inbuilt support for Private VLANs with local PVLAN Enforcement
- Provisioning Port Profiles with deep Integration with SCVMM
- Traffic Visibility, including VM Migration Tracking, NetFlow v.9 with NDE, Cisco Discovery Protocol v.2
- And more…
You can get more information in a Cisco WebEx Webcast about the Nexus 1000v.
Tags: Cisco, Hyper-V, Microsoft, MVP, Nexus, Nexus 1000v, Nexus 1000V for Hyper-V, SCVMM, System Center, System Center 2012 SP1, Virtual Machine, Virtual Machine Manager, VMM, VXLAN, Windows Server 2012 Last modified: January 7, 2019