Configuration for Cisco Unified Computing System

The Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS) is an x86 architecture data center server platform composed of computing hardware, virtualization support, switching fabric and management software. The purpose of this system is to reduce total cost of ownership and improve scalability by integrating the different components into a cohesive platform that can be managed as a single unit.

The computing component of the UCS is available in two versions; the B-Series (a modular package consisting of a powered chassis and full or half slot blade servers), and the C-series rackmount servers (that can be used with or without UCS, or mixed with blade UCS systems).

The monitoring of the following Cisco UCS systems is supported.

Cisco UCS B-Series Setup

Configure Cisco UCS B-Series monitoring using the Web Application - Administration tool. However, if preferred or if the Web Application is not available, this configuration can be carried through the Windows Client, for details see Configuration for Cisco UCS B-Series using Windows Client.

Cisco UCS C-Series Setup

Configure Cisco UCS C-Series monitoring using the Web Application - Administration tool. However, if preferred or if the Web Application is not available, this configuration can be carried through the Windows Client, for details see Configuration for Cisco UCS C-Series using Windows Client.

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