Cisco Catalyst Nexus
Cisco Catalyst Nexus – Cisco TrustSec can be deployed throughout the company to meet government or industry regulations
Produk Baru Cisco Catalyst Nexus
Cisco recently introduced a new Data Center Switching product, the Nexus 7000 series, with a switching capacity of more than 15 Tbps. Product Cisco Catalyst Nexus has spent R & D more than 1 billion US dollars over a period of 4 years.
Cisco TrustSec can be implemented as a whole within a single company to comply with government or industry regulations, such as HIPAA and Sarbanes-Oxley. So that the investment that has come out in the development of an IT system will not be in vain, because the equipment that has been purchased does not need to be replaced just because it does not comply with existing regulations.
The purpose of the Cisco Catalyst Nexus
The Nexus 7000 is designed specifically for Data Center needs, and in accordance with the Cisco Catalyst Nexus’ vision of Data Center 3.0, namely: a data center consisting of a collection of networks, applications, storage and computers that can be combined in real time to meet business and application needs. To achieve this vision, the data center network must have several characteristics, such as: high availability, predictable performance, and virtualization of all network services. Cisco Nexus 7000 meets all of these conditions.
Data Center 3.0 is not a proprietary solution, because Cisco also collaborates with many players in the data center world, such as Accenture, Dell, EMC, HP, IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, SAP, and others.
Cisco Catalyst Nexus security
Returning to the results of IDC research, the most important thing in the development of IT systems today is the problem of security. One of the Nexus 7000’s capabilities in network security is Cisco TrustSec (Cisco Trust Security). Cisco TrustSec is a new breakthrough in security, where Cisco TrustSec allows a company to implement a comprehensive network security rules.
Cisco TrustSec provides several functions such as:
Secure campus network access management – the way that every person and device must go through a thorough check before being allowed into applications and other resources on the network
A framework of rules incorporated into one – way authentication currently exists very diverse so that it makes it difficult to apply in the field. Cisco TrustSec solves this problem by installing a central control machine to unify all existing rules. Complete
integrity and security – all data in and out of the network will be maintained integrity and security in accordance with applicable regulations