Customers are using RISE technology for an order of magnitude CAPEX and OPEX savings.
RISE (Remote Integrated Services Engine) is an innovative, industry-first architecture conceived by the Nexus Services engineering team to seamlessly integrate Nexus switches with appliances offering L2/L3/L4-L7 services. RISE makes the service appliance look like a line card in the Nexus 7K series and N5k/6k(upcoming). This integration allows any appliance to take advantage of the benefits of an in-chassis module such as increased application performance, high application availability, and data center consolidation.
Here are some details on RISE integration with Citrix Netscaler,
Simplified Out-of-Box experience Supported on Citrix NetScaler MPX, SDX, VPX, and Nexus 1KV with VPX Automatic Policy Based Routing - Eliminates need for SNAT or Manual PBR Direct and Indirect Attach mode integration Show module for RISE Attach module for RISE Auto Attach – Zero touch configuration of RISE Health Monitoring of appliance Appliance HA and VPC supported DCNM support via DevNet Order of magnitude OPEX savings: reduction in configuration, and ease of deployment Order of magnitude CAPEX savings: Wiring, Power Rackspace and Cost savings
The unmanaged mode is also known as Network only switching, which is introduced in Brazos release. It adds the flexibility for customer to use only network automation for service appliance.
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