A real deployment’s experience with adding hardware to UCS

One of the things we talk about in Cisco UCS is how easy is it is to expand the architecture.   Each time you add a chassis in competing solutions, you have lots of management points to configure – the chassis itself, the Ethernet and potentially Fibre Channel switching/connectivity, etc.   With UCS, it’s simply a matter of “telling” the Fabric Interconnects that the chassis is there and the rest happens auto-magically.  At HealthITGuy’s Blog, Michael Heil posts his experience in adding a new chassis to a running UCS deployment.  The rest of his posts on UCS, from a customer’s perspective, are also excellent.

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