The Top 3 Ways to Use Cisco UCS Mini

By Brandon Duclos

There are many different scenarios where Cisco UCS Mini makes sense. Cisco UCS Mini delivers servers, storage, and 10-Gigabit networking in an easy-to-deploy, compact form factor, and is a great starting point to grow off of.

In this video, I explain the components of Cisco UCS Mini and outline some of the ways that this server is best suited for. Here the top 3 scenarios:

1. Cisco UCS mini is ideal for remote offices or branch offices where you may need additional compute and storage footprint

2. Cisco UCS mini is also great for VDI; UCS is a single platform with compute storage and networking integrated for simplifying VDI implementations

3. If you are a medium sized business and don’t have a lot of capital; you can use the Mini to get into the UCS platform as a start and to grow from

Click below to view video: An Introduction to UCS Mini
ucs mini video

 

Also, here is a link to Cisco’s site to learn more about Cisco UCS Mini, including specifications: https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/servers-unified-computing/ucs-mini/index.html

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