Describing Cisco ACI

Cisco ACI Overview – Cisco Describing Cisco ACI

Cisco ACI Overview Cisco ACI is a spine/leaf network of Nexus 9k switches using the ACI operating system with a management platform. The network management platform called APIC provides a single place from which the network can be managed. Cisco ACI solutions have the following building blocks: Cisco ACI resolves the following challenges of traditional

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Describing Cisco ACI

Spine Switches – Cisco Describing Cisco ACI

Spine Switches Spine switches interconnect leaf switches and provide the backbone of the ACI fabric. Spine switches are available with various port speeds, ranging from 40Gbps to 400Gbps. Within a pod, all tier-1 leaf switches connect to all spine switches, and all spine switches connect to all tier-1 leaf switches, but no direct connectivity is

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Cisco Cloud ACI – Cisco Describing Cisco ACI

Cisco Cloud ACI Cisco Cloud Application-Centric Infrastructure (Cisco Cloud ACI) is a comprehensive solution for simplified operations, automated network connectivity, consistent policy management, and visibility for multiple on-premises data centers and public clouds or multicloud environments. The solution captures business and user intents and translates them into native policy constructs for applications deployed across various

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ACI Logical Constructs

Cisco ACI Hardware – Cisco Describing Cisco ACI

Cisco ACI Hardware Cisco APICs can be deployed either as physical or virtual appliances. Physical APICs are Cisco C-Series servers with ACI code installed. The Cisco APIC appliance has two form factors for medium and large configurations. Medium configurations have a medium-size CPU, hard drive, and memory for up to 1000 edge ports. Large configurations

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