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Cisco Network Insights for ACI on Application Services Engine – v1

Date
July 2020

The Data Center Practice is pleased to announce that Cisco Network Insights for ACI on Application Services Engine – v1 is available on dCloud for ALL users in our US East, US West, EMEAR, and APJC dCloud locations.

This solution showcases Cisco Network Insights running on the Application Service Engine managing a ACI fabric:

Cisco Application Services Engine: The Cisco Application Services Engine is a unified application hosting platform to support our powerful day-2 operations’ applications.

Cisco Network Insights – Resources (NIR): Provides access to information about resources in the network that are causing issues within the network. All issues within the network are reported as anomalies within a site and you can obtain details about the recommendations and anomalies within the network.

Cisco Network Insights – Advisor (NIA): Provides access to advisories that help administrators resolve issues seen by NIA relevant to switches in the network fabric. The application also provides access to any bugs, PSIRTs, and notices that apply to the components that comprise the fabric.

AppDynamics: provides application performance management (APM) and IT operations analytics that helps manage the performance and availability of applications in the data center. AppDynamics provides the required metrics for monitoring, identifying, and analyzing the applications that are instrumented with AppDynamics agents. Integrating AppDynamics allows Cisco NIR to collect operational data and metrics of the applications monitored by AppDynamics, and then correlate the collected information with the data collected from the Cisco ACI site.

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To learn more, view the demo https://dcloud2.cisco.com/instantdemo/cisco-network-insights-for-aci-on-application-services-engine-v1.

Visit the Cisco dCloud Help page for more information and training materials

To view all available Cisco dCloud demos, visit dcloud.cisco.com 

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