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Cisco Unified Computing System Quoting and Configuration with Netformx

July 9th, 2009 · No Comments · B-Series, CISCO, Cisco 2100 Fabric Extender, Cisco 6120XP, Cisco 6140XP, Cisco B Series Blades, Cisco Server Array Manager SAM, Cisco UCS B200, Cisco UCS B250, Cisco Unified Computing System, Cisco Unified Computing System Managerm UCSM

What I would like to share today is a video guide on how to properly create a Unified Computing System (UCS)  Bill of Materials (BOM), and how to route that BOM into the appropriate ordering system. You may notice that I am using a tool called Netformx. You may ask – since this is a [...]

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Confusion about Cisco UCS pricing – Setting the Record Straight

June 13th, 2009 · No Comments · CISCO, Cisco B Series Blades, Cisco UCS B200, Cisco UCS B250, Cisco Unified Computing System, Cisco Unified Computing System Managerm UCSM, cloud computing, Paginated

I read an interesting article in the Channel Register written by Timothy Pricket Morgan today. In his article - Cisco California pricing revealed, $3,000 for a blade with no innards he attempts to position UCS as a horribly overpriced system where Cisco is egregiously marking up components. A pretty strong statement from his article is listed [...]

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Cisco’s Unified Computing System – It’s not just a blade center

March 30th, 2009 · 3 Comments · CISCO, Cisco 2100 Fabric Extender, Cisco 6120XP, Cisco 6140XP, Cisco B Series Blades, Cisco Server Array Manager SAM, Cisco UCS B200, Cisco UCS B250, Cisco Unified Computing System, Cisco Unified Computing System Managerm UCSM, cloud computing

Overview of Cisco’s Unified Computing System This March, Cisco formally announced its entry into the enterprise computing market with a new product line called the Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS). I say formally announced, becase the existence of the Unified Computing System might just be the worst kept secret in history. In the months prior, to launch [...]

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