Cisco UCS (Unified Computing System) Server Memory

Unified Computing System (UCS) servers are one of the latest servers from Cisco. The Cisco UCS servers are built on a unique architecture that unifies computing, networking, management, virtualization and storage access while enabling end-to-end visibility and management in both physical and virtual environments. The Cisco UCS offers a new enhanced data center and server management system with the capability to move to cloud computing. The UCSs have completely changed the face of data center infrastructures to a series of virtualized servers and networking resources.

The computing components of the Unified Computing Systems come in two versions: The B-Series and the C-Series. The B-Series is a modular package that contains a powered chassis with full or half slot blades while the C-Series is a rack-mount. The Cisco UCS manager software through the Fabric Interconnects manages the B-Series, C-Series or a combination of both.

The Cisco UCS being a programmable infrastructure through the Cisco UCS Manager, integration into higher-level and data-center-wide management systems is simplified. Programmable configurations of this infrastructure include the Firmware revisions, Network security, Quality of Service and Host Bus Adapter (HBA) and Network Interface Card (NIC) settings and the MAC addresses including the Universally Unique Identifiers (UUIDs).

Benefits of the a programmable infrastructure

  • Helps you to manage the whole system within a higher-level framework as a single entity.
  • Minimizes errors and speeds up deployments as the tedious and manual processes are automated. This increases operational agility and scalability while minimizing risks.
  • Offers increased resource utilization, hence reduced TCO- (Total Cost of Ownership). Operational efficiency is guaranteed as the Cisco UCS Manager workloads on both the physical and logical servers with an ability to handle up to 160 servers and Cisco components in multiple chassis.
  • They also offer flexibility and scalability supporting a pay-as-you-grow model of resource acquisition. The Cisco UCS manager, through integration with the Industry leading systems management solutions support use of the existing staff, skills and processes hence offering improved visibility and control.

One of the main goals of the Cisco UCS was to reduce cost of IT operations, which has been achieved by simplifying the management systems and processes. Reports show that companies spend over 70 percent of their IT budget on management and maintenance alone. The ‘just in time’ provisioning and mobility support for both the virtualized and non-virtualized environments increases IT staff productivity leading to improved business agility.

The Cisco UCS provides a better administrative control by having fewer management points. This helps companies to achieve a greater administrative scalability across a wide number of resources. Another goal achieved by the Cisco UCS is the reduced provisioning time for both physical and logical servers. Cisco Memory helps in this cause. Note that the UCS is not a server provisioning framework nor is it a workflow engine. UCS is also not an upstream SAN & LAN device and virtual manager though it does offer related features.

The Cisco Unified Computing System has become very popular among networking professionals. According to Cisco, since the release of the Unified Computing System in June of 2009, over 10,000 unique customers have been registered. As the customer base for the Cisco Unified Computing Systems keep increasing, the need for Cisco router memory is bound to increase, since business growth will always demand for memory upgrades to meet the delivery speed and reliability requirements for more advanced applications.

All the Cisco UCS memory that we offer online are double inspected and tested to ensure that all of our products meet our high quality standards. In addition to that, all our products are covered by the leading industry lifetime replacement warranty.

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