Cisco Services Ready Engine Virtualization

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Cisco Services Ready Engine Virtualization (Cisco SRE-V) is a branch-office infrastructure platform that combines computing, networking, storage access, virtualization, and unified management into a cohesive system. It enables the VMware vSphere HypervisorTM to be provisioned on a Cisco Services Ready Engine (SRE) Service Module and host one or multiple virtual machines running the Microsoft Windows Server operating system. The entire system is integrated with the Generation 2 of the Cisco Integrated Services Router (ISR G2).


The following Cisco SRE-V information is documented on the Cisco DocWiki.


Additional documentation about Cisco SRE-V can be found at:

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