Cisco Prime Network Analysis Module Software Virtual Service Blade for Nexu

Mfg. Part: N1K-C1110NAM51-K9 | CDW Part: 2887809 | UNSPSC: 43232804
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As mission-critical workloads migrate to virtual servers, visibility into the virtual switching infrastructure becomes critical to manage end-to-end service delivery. The virtual switching layer extends the network to the virtual servers. Lack of insight into this layer affects the ability of network administrators to manage application services. In addition, the fluidity of the virtual infrastructure, in terms of workload-driven dynamic resource allocation or virtual server migrations across hosts, poses a new set of management challenges. In this dynamic environment, network administrators are not only responsible for troubleshooting application performance issues but also for making sure that the network is ready to support resource scaling in real time. This demands deeper network visibility and analytics to present meaningful and consistent performance information for network administrators.

Cisco Prime Network Analysis Module (NAM) for Nexus 1010 allows network administrators to extend operational visibility into Cisco Nexus 1000V Switch deployments. The Cisco Nexus 1000V Switch is a software switch on a server that delivers Cisco Virtual Network Link (VN-Link) services to virtual machines (VMs) hosted on that server. This distributed switch has two major components: the Virtual Ethernet Module (VEM) and the Virtual Supervisor Module (VSM), which manages the VEMs. A VSM can itself be deployed as a virtual machine; as an alternate deployment scenario, the Cisco Nexus 1010 Virtual Services Appliance can host four Virtual Supervisor Modules.

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