Event

Cisco Live

  • 2018년 6월 11일 to 2018년 6월 14일
  • Orlando, Florida
  • Orange County Convention Center

Integrated OpenStack solutions from Red Hat and Cisco accelerate time to value and reduce risk.

Connect with Red Hat onsite at Cisco Live 2018 to see how Red Hat and Cisco work closely together to develop joint solutions that simplify deployment, streamline operations, increase flexibility, and reduce risk.

 

VISIT US AT BOOTH #849

Stop by our booth to explore why 65% of cloud adopters say OpenStack is important to their cloud strategy1, and how you can quickly deploy a cloud environment you can trust.

*1 IDC, "Don't Get Left Behind: The Business Benefits of Achieving Greater Cloud Adoption," August 2015.

 

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“With Red Hat solutions on Cisco UCS hardware, we've created an elastic, scalable infrastructure that gives us the rapid innovation and agility of cloud, plus the ability to deliver Software-as-a-Service. We can create new offerings while controlling our data, workloads, compliance, and security.”

NICK GERASIMATOS, DIRECTOR OF ENGINEERING, CLOUD SERVICES AND EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES, FICO

View the case study

 

Stop by the Red Hat booth to explore the following demos:

 

Optimize your IT

Data storage has come a long way since the days of disk systems. Sure, those disk systems might still be used here and there—but now they're attached to a network and software-defined so you have total control over exactly how it's formatted.

Learn more about Storage
 

 

Gain agility with hybrid cloud

Hybrid cloud is a combination of 1 or more public and private cloud environments. It’s a pool of virtual resources—developed partially from hardware owned and managed by a third-party company as well as hardware owned by the enterprise using the cloud—orchestrated by management and automation software that allows users to access the resources on-demand through self-service portals supported by automatic scaling and dynamic resource allocation.

Learn more about Hybrid Cloud

 

Automate your network

In a complex IT environment, even the smallest tasks can take forever. Sprawling systems are hard to develop, deploy, and maintain. Business demands only increase complexity, and IT teams struggle with management, availability, and cost. Ansible is simple, agentless IT automation technology that can improve your current processes, migrate applications for better optimization, and provide a single language for DevOps practices across your organization.

Learn more about Ansible

 

Accelerate with DevOps and containers

Red Hat® OpenShift is a container application platform that brings Docker and Kubernetes to the enterprise. Regardless of your applications architecture, OpenShift lets you easily and quickly build, develop, and deploy in nearly any infrastructure, public or private. Whether it’s on-premise, in a public cloud, or hosted, you have an award-winning platform to get your next big idea to market ahead of your competition.

Learn more about OpenShift

 

For more information, contact Sam Lee.

Attend the following Red Hat sessions at Cisco Live:

 

Solutions Theatre Session:

Automating all the Cisco things with Ansible

Date & time: Monday, June 11  |  2:00 p.m.

Location: Campus Solutions Theater

Speaker: Sean Cavanaugh, technical marketing manager, Ansible Network Automation

Description:

Today's enterprises are under extreme pressure to manage the ever increasing demand of applications, workloads, and larger more complex networks. Automating these processes—planning, testing, deployment, and maintenance of various infrastructure elements — is a transformational approach to simplifying IT operations. Yet adoption of automation solutions has been much slower among network teams than expected. Ansible’s simple automation framework means that previously isolated network administrators can finally speak the same language as the rest of the IT organization, extending the capabilities of Ansible to include native support for both legacy and next-gen Cisco network infrastructure devices.

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Breakout Session:

Building Hybrid Clouds in Amazon Web Services with CSR 1000v

Date & time: Tuesday, June 12  |  1:30 - 3:00 p.m.

Location: W311E

Speakers:

Steven Carter, principal solutions architect, Red Hat

Chris Hocker, CSA, Cisco

Description:

This session will cover use of the Cloud Services Router (CSR 1000v) to build secure, hybrid cloud networks. It is meant to address enterprise requirements to extend their on-premise networks into public clouds in a way that maintains operational consistency. We will review the basics of installation and configuration of a CSR 1000v in a AWS Virtual Private Cloud (VPC). Specific use cases covered will include IPSec VPN overlay designs, Direct Connect integration, Transit VPC, high availability, and automation.  We will also briefly review using the CSR 1000v with Azure Virtual Networks. Lastly, we will cover other IOS-XE features relevant to public cloud deployments, including zone-based firewall for security, IP SLA for monitoring, NBAR and Netflow for application visibility, NAT, and SSL VPN for remote access.

View the presentation

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Breakout session:

Continuous integration and testing for networks with Ansible

Date & time: Thursday, June 14  |  10:30 - 11:15 a.m.

Location: DevNet Zone

Speakers:

Steven Carter, principal solutions architect, Red Hat

Chris Hocker, CSA, Cisco

Description:

Introducing continuous integration and testing of your network enables organizations to respond more rapidly to changing business conditions and security threats in a way that make your operations more efficient and robust. Ansible’s agentless footprint enables it to automate the entire infrastructure from the network to the application. This capability allows you to codify your entire infrastructure, including policy and security, into a Devops-like workflow. In this session, we will cover Ansible’s ability to automate and abstract both on-prem physical and virtual networking infrastructure as well as cloud-based networking infrastructure. We will also outline and demonstrate a CI workflow that includes a git-based repository for version control and management, an automation engine for testing and verification, and Ansible Tower to push out playbooks into the infrastructure. 

 

Attend the following in-booth mini theater sessions presented by Red Hatters and Red Hat partners.

Location: Red Hat booth (#849)

*For session presentations and related resources, please view our event resources tab.

 

Schedule

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Monday, June 11

10:30 a.m. Red Hat Virtualization Overview Kevin Morey, manager of solutions architecture, Red Hat
11:00 a.m. Build and manage private cloud with RHCI Sachin Rathee, telco cloud solutions architect, Red Hat
11:30 a.m. Automate Cisco networks with Ansible Automation Sean Cavanaugh, technical marketing manager, Red Hat
12:00 p.m. Lunch break  
1:00 p.m. OpenShift Overview Prasanna Sivaramakrishnan, alliance solution architect, Red Hat
1:30 p.m. Automate Cisco networks with Ansible Automation Sean Cavanaugh, technical marketing manager, Red Hat
2:00 p.m. Red Hat Learning Subscription Emily Wolf, training sales specialist, Red Hat
2:30 p.m. OpenShift Overview Prasanna Sivaramakrishnan, alliance solution architect, Red Hat
3:00 p.m. WWT + Ansible Overview Joel King, WWT
3:30 p.m. What's new with RHV 4.2 Kevin Morey, manager of solutions architecture, Red Hat
4:00 p.m. Automate Cisco networks with Ansible Automation Andrius Benokraitis, principal product manager - technical, Red Hat

 

Tuesday, June 12

10:30 a.m. Automate Cisco networks with Ansible Automation Sean Cavanaugh, technical marketing manager, Red Hat
11:00 a.m. Getting certified in Ansible Emily Wolf, training sales specialist, Red Hat
11:30 a.m. OpenShift Overview Prasanna Sivaramakrishnan, alliance solution architect, Red Hat
12:00 p.m. Lunch break  
1:00 p.m. Red Hat Hybrid Cloud Guil Barros, senior principal product manager, Red Hat
1:30 p.m. What's new with RHV 4.2 Kevin Morey, manager of solutions architecture, Red Hat
2:30 p.m. Automate Cisco networks with Ansible Automation Sean Cavanaugh, technical marketing manager, Red Hat
3:00 p.m. Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform Prasanna Sivaramakrishnan, alliance solution architect, Red Hat
3:30 p.m. Intro to Cisco DevNet for Ansible Hank Preston, Cisco
4:00 p.m. Integrating F5 BIG-IP with Cisco via Ansible Payal Singh, F5 Networks

 

Wednesday, June 13

11:30 p.m. Automate Cisco networks with Ansible Automation Sean Cavanaugh, technical marketing manager, Red Hat
12:00 p.m. Lunch break  
2:00 p.m. Automate Cisco networks with Ansible Automation Sean Cavanaugh, technical marketing manager, Red Hat
4:00 p.m. Build and manage private cloud with RHCI Sachin Rathee, telco cloud solutions architect, Red Hat

 

Thursday, June 14

10:30 a.m. Build and manage private cloud with RHCI Sachin Rathee, telco cloud solutions architect, Red Hat

 

 

More sessions coming soon. Schedule subject to change. 

Check out these resources before Cisco Live, or share them with your team after the event.

 

Cisco Live in-booth presentations and related content

 

Ansible

 

Storage

 

Case studies

 

Blog posts

 

Red Hat trainings, certification and learning community

 

Other resources

 

For more information, contact Sam Lee.

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