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  • The data center is home to the computational power, storage, and applications necessary to support an enterprise business. The data center infrastructure is central to the IT architecture, from which all content is sourced or passes through. Proper planning of the data center infrastructure design is critical, and performance, resiliency, and scalability need to be carefully considered.

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  • This Solution Reference Network Design (SRND) provides design and implementation recommendations fo r deploying security services in the data center. This document discusses security topologies that include both appliance and integrated devices. This publication provides solution guidelines for enterprises implementing Data Centers with Cisco devices.

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  • For small, medium, and large businesses, it is critical to provide high availability of data for both customers and employees. The objective behind disaster recovery and business continuance plans is accessibility to data anywhere and at any time. Meeting these objectives is all but impossible with a single data center. The single data center is a single point of failure if a catastrophic event occurs. The business comes to a standstill until the data center is rebuilt and the applications and data are restored....

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  • The data center is the repository for applications and data critical to the modern enterprise. The enterprise demands on the data center are increasing, requiring the capacity and flexibility to address a fluid business environment whilst reducing operational costs. Data center expenses such as power, cooling, and space have become more of a concern as the data center grows to address business requirements. Blade servers are the latest server platforms that attempt to address these business drivers.

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  • This publication provides solution guidelines for enterprises implementing Data Centers with Cisco devices. The intended audiences for this design guide include network architects, network managers, and others concerned with the implementation of secure Data Center solutions, including: • Cisco sales and support engineers • Cisco partners • Cisco customers

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  • This document offers guidelines and best practices for implementing Wide Area Application Services (WAAS) in enterprise data center architecture. Placement of the Cisco Wide Area Engine (WAE), high availability, and performance are discussed for enterprise data center architectures to form a baseline for considering a WAAS implementation.

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  • This document provides design and configuration guidance for site and server load balancing, Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)- offload and WAN optimization in a Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 environment when it is deployed into a Cisco multisite data center architecture. An overview of the various Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 roles and operations will be given to provide the reader some context as to how the application environment is impacted in a multisite data center design.

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  • What makes this real? • BeGer understanding of: – algorithmic tradeoffs – applica%on behavior – protocol interac%ons • Switches with sleep mode

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  • This Solution Reference Network Design (SRND) provides a description of the design issues related to optimizing server and application environments. Server farms are built to provide a highly available, scalable infrastructure that on which applications ru . As enterprises grow, so do their application needs which implies that more and more expenditures are allotted for additional application-specific softwar and server requirements. This increase in bottom line expenses heightens the sensitivity to overall retur on investments.

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  • This module identifies the facility, process, technology, and people issues that must be considered when planning a data center environment. During the lab at the end of the module, students will have an opportunity to practice planning a data center environment. After completing this module, students will be able to: Identify the data center environment. Identify people considerations for managing a data center environment. Identify process considerations for managing a data center environment. Identify technology considerations for a data center environment.

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  • This document describes the Cisco technologies, tools, and tested solutions for providing security in the enterprise data center. This document is intended for network design engineers, network architects, and network support engineers who are responsible for planning, designing, implementing, and operating enterprise data center networks.

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  • The purpose of this document is to provide product knowledge and design guidance about how to extend the capacity of Storage Area Networks (SAN) using Cisco products. This document is intended for network design architects and support engineers who are responsible for planning, designing, and implementing storage area networks (SAN) for business continuance and disaster recovery.

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  • Your data center is the most critical resource within your organization. As you know, it provides the means for all storage, management and dissemination of data, applications and communications for your business. When employees and customers are unable to access the servers, storage systems and networking devices that reside in the data center, your entire organization can shut down. Millions of dollars can be lost in a matter of minutes for businesses like banks, airlines, shipping facilities and online brokerages.

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  • The data center is a key resource. Many organizations simply shut down when employees and customers are unable to access the servers, storage systems, and networking devices that reside there. Literally, millions of dollars can be lost in a single hour of down time for some businesses, such as large banks, airlines, package shippers, and online brokerages. Given these consequences, reliability is a key data center attribute. Another is flexibility. Tomorrow’s requirements may not be the same as today’s.

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  • A wireless service provider sought to minimize both capital and operating expenses by redesigning its data centers. Major network elements chosen for the data centers included Cisco 7500 routers, Cisco Catalyst 6509 Ethernet switches and other data servers—each with unique connection requirements. After initial installation, it was highly likely that servers would be added and changed while at some point in the near-future, software would require upgrades.

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  • Recognizing the need for enterprises to have a dedicated area within a building for connecting servers to internal and external networks, otherwise known as data centers, the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) developed and ratified the TIA-942 standard. Data centers operate at very high levels of reliability and demand design flexibility to easily accommodate frequent adds and changes to equipment.

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  • Enterprise data centers contain the assets, applications, and data that are often targeted by electronic attacks. Endpoints such as data center servers are key objectives of malicious attacks and must be protected. The number of reported attacks, including those that affect data centers, continues to grow exponentially every year (CERT/CC Statistics 1988-2002, CSI/FBI 2001). Attacks against server farms can result in lost business for e-commerce and business-to-business applications, and the theft of confidential or proprietary information.

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  • CHALLENGE A major wireless carrier needed to expand two mirrored data centers, more than 2,000 miles apart, with the same quality and consistency throughout to provide uninterruptible service. STRATEGY Leverage the expertise of an professional services provider with multivendor experience, nationwide resources, pre-assembly and test capabilities, and a broad range of on-site services to ensure the best possible quality in both locations.

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  • The EDA contains equipment cabinets and racks installed in an alternating pattern to create “hot” and “cold” aisles for heat dissipation. Horizontal cables are terminated with patch panels in the EDA. These ADC products are typical of the component mix found in the EDA. CopperTen® Patch Panel TrueNet® Category 6 Angled Patch Panel High-Performance Category 6 and 6A Patch Cords TFP Series Fiber Panel TracerLight® Fiber Jumpers

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  • Information in this document, including URL and other Internet Web site references, is subject to change without notice. Unless otherwise noted, the example companies, organizations, products, domain names, e-mail addresses, logos, people, places and events depicted herein are fictitious, a

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