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300-620 Implementing Cisco Application Centric Infrastructure (DCACI)

300-620 DCACI
Certifications: CCNP Data Center, Cisco Certified Specialist - Data Center ACI Implementation
Duration: 90 minutes

This test tests your knowledge of Cisco switches in ACI mode including:
- ACI Fabric Infrastructure
- ACI Packet Forwarding
- External Network Connectivity
- Integrations
- ACI Management
- ACI Anywhere

Exam Description
The Implementing Cisco Application Centric Infrastructure v1.0 (DCACI 300-620) test is a 90-minute test that is associated with the CCNP Data Center Certification and Cisco Certified Specialist – Data Center ACI Implementation certifications. This test tests a candidate's knowledge of Cisco switches in ACI mode including configuration, implementation, and management. The course, Implementing Cisco Application Centric Infrastructure (DCACI), helps candidates to prepare for this exam.

20% 1.0 ACI Fabric Infrastructure
1.1 Describe ACI topology and hardware
1.2 Describe ACI Object Model
1.3 Utilize faults, event record, and audit log
1.4 Describe ACI fabric discovery
1.5 Implement ACI policies
1.5.a access
1.5.b fabric
1.6 Implement ACI logical constructs
1.6.a tenant
1.6.b application profile
1.6.c VRF
1.6.d bridge domain (unicast routing, Layer 2 unknown hardware proxy, ARP flooding)
1.6.e endpoint groups (EPG)
1.6.f contracts (filter, provider, consumer, reverse port filter, VRF enforced)
15% 2.0 ACI Packet Forwarding
2.1 Describe endpoint learning
2.2 Implement bridge domain configuration knob (unicast routing, Layer 2 unknown hardware proxy, ARP flooding)
20% 3.0 External Network Connectivity
3.1 Implement Layer 2 out (STP/MCP basics
) 3.2 Implement Layer 3 out (excludes transit routing and VRF route leaking)
15% 4.0 Integrations
4.1 Implement VMware vCenter DVS integration
4.2 Describe resolution immediacy in VMM
4.3 Implement service graph (managed and unmanaged)
20% 5.0 ACI Management
5.1 Implement out-of-band and in-band
5.2 Utilize syslog and snmp services
5.3 Implement configuration backup (snapshot/config import export)
5.4 Implement AAA and RBAC
5.5 Configure an upgrade
10% 6.0 ACI Anywhere
6.1 Describe multipod
6.2 Describe multisite

Implementing Cisco Application Centric Infrastructure (DCACI)
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Designing, testing and provisioning updates to data digital networks depends on numerous manual and error-prone processes. Digital twins are starting to play a crucial role in automating more of this process to help bring digital transformation to network infrastructure. These efforts are already driving automation for campus networks, wide area networks (WANs) and commercial wireless networks. 

The digital transformation of the network infrastructure will take place over an extended period of time. In this two-part series, we’ll be exploring how digital twins are driving network transformation. Today, we’ll look at the current state of networking and how digital twins are helping to automate the process, as well as the shortcomings that are currently being seen with the technology. 

In part 2, we’ll look at the future state of digital twins and how the technology can be used when fully developed and implemented.

About digital twins

At its heart, a digital twin is a model of any entity kept current by constant telemetry updates. In practice, multiple overlapping digital twins are often used across various aspects of the design, construction and operation of networks, their components, and the business services that run on them. 

Peyman Kazemian, cofounder of Forward Networks, argues that the original Traceroute program written by Van Jacobson in 1987 is the oldest and most used tool to understand the network. Although it neither models nor simulates the networks, it does help to understand the behavior of the network by sending a representative packet through the network and observing the path it takes. 

Later, other network simulation tools were developed, such as OPNET (1986), NetSim (2005), and GNS3 (2008), that can simulate a network by running the same code as the genuine network devices. 

“These kinds of solutions are useful in operating networks because they give you a lab environment to try out new ideas and changes to your network,” Kazemian said. 

Teresa Tung, cloud first chief technologist at Accenture, said that the open systems interconnection (OSI) conceptual model provides the foundation for describing networking capabilities along with separation of concerns. 

This approach can help to focus on different layers of simulation and modeling. For example, a use case may focus on RF models at the physical layer, through to the packet and event-level within the network layer, the quality of service (QoS) and mean opinion score (MoS) measures in the presentation and application layers.

Modeling: The interoperability issue

Today, network digital twins typically only help model and automate pockets of a network isolated by function, vendors or types of users. 

The most common use case for digital twins is testing and optimizing network equipment configurations. However, because there are differences in how equipment vendors implement networking standards, this can lead to subtle variances in routing behavior, said Ernest Lefner, chief product officer at Gluware.

Lefner said the challenge for everyone attempting to build a digital twin is that they must have detailed knowledge of every vendor, feature, and configuration and  customization in their network. This can vary by device, hardware type, or software release version. 

Some network equipment providers, like Extreme Networks, let network engineers build a network that automatically synchronizes the configuration and state of that provider’s specific equipment. 

Today, Extreme’s product supports only the capability to streamline staging, validation and deployment of Extreme switches and access points. The digital twin feature doesn’t currently support the SD-WAN customer on-premises equipment or routers. In the future, Extreme plans to add support for testing configurations, OS upgrades and troubleshooting problems.

Other network vendor offerings like Cisco DNA, Juniper Networks Mist and HPE Aruba Netconductor make it easier to capture network configurations and evaluate the impact of changes, but only for their own equipment. 

“They are allowing you to stand up or test your configuration, but without specifically replicating the entire environment,” said Mike Toussaint, senior director analyst at Gartner.

You can test a specific configuration, and artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) will allow you to understand if a configuration is optimal, suboptimal or broken. But they have not automated the creation and calibration of a digital twin environment to the same degree as Extreme. 

Virtual labs and digital twins vs. physical testing

Until digital twins are widely adopted, most network engineers use virtual labs like GNS3 to model physical equipment and assess the functionality of configuration settings. This tool is widely used to train network engineers and to model network configurations. 

Many larger enterprises physically test new equipment at the World Wide Technology Advanced Test Center. The firm has a partnership with most major equipment vendors to provide virtual access for assessing the performance of genuine physical hardware at their facility in St. Louis, Missouri. 

Network equipment vendors are adding digital twin-like capabilities to their equipment. Juniper Networks’ latest Mist acquisition automatically captures and models different properties of the network that informs AI and machine optimizations. Similarly, Cisco’s network controller serves as an intermediary between business and network infrastructure. 

Balaji Venkatraman, VP of product management, DNA, Cisco, said what distinguishes a digital twin from early modeling and simulation tools is that it provides a digital replica of the network and is updated by live telemetry data from the network.

“With the introduction of network controllers, we have a centralized view of at least the telemetry data to make digital twins a reality,” Venkatraman said. 

However, network engineering practices will need to evolve their practices and cultures to take advantage of digital twins as part of their workflows. Gartner’s Toussaint told VentureBeat that most network engineering teams still create static network architecture diagrams in Visio. 

And when it comes to rolling out new equipment, they either test it in a live environment with physical equipment or “do the cowboy thing and test it in production and hope it does not fail,” he said. 

Even though network digital twins are starting to virtualize some of this testing workload, Toussaint said physically testing the performance of cutting-edge networking hardware that includes specialized ASICs, FPGAs, and TPUs chips will remain critical for some time. 

Culture shift required

Eventually, Toussaint expects networking teams to adopt the same devops practices that helped accelerate software development, testing and deployment processes. Digital twins will let teams create and manage development and test network sandboxes as code that mimics the behavior of the live deployment environment. 

But the cultural shift won’t be easy for most organizations.

“Network teams tend to want to go in and make changes, and they have never really adopted the devops methodologies,” Toussaint said.

They tend to keep track of configuration settings on text files or maps drawn in Visio, which only provide a static representation of the live network. 

“There have not really been the tools to do this in real time,” he said.

Getting a network map has been a very time-intensive manual process that network engineers hate, so they want to avoid doing it more than once. As a result, these maps seldom get updated. 

Toussaint sees digital twins as an intermediate step as the industry uses more AI and ML to automate more aspects of network provisioning and management. Business managers are likely to be more enthused by more flexible and adaptable networks that keep pace with new business ideas than a dynamically updated map. 

But in the interim, network digital twins will help teams visualize and build trust in their recommendations as these technologies improve.

“In another five or 10 years, when networks become fully automated, then digital twins become another tool, but not necessarily something that is a must-have,” Toussaint said.

Toussaint said these early network digital twins are suitable for vetting configurations, but have been limited in their ability to grapple with more complex issues. He said he likes to consider it to be analogous to how we might use Google Maps as a kind of digital twin of our trip to work, which is good at predicting different routes under current traffic conditions. But it will not tell you about the effect of a trip on your tires or the impact of wind on the aerodynamics of your car. 

This is the first of a two-part series. In part 2, we’ll outline the future of digital twins and how organizations are finding solutions to the issues outlined here.

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Killexams : Software supply chain security takes center stage at Black Hat 2022

black-hat-2022-software-supply-chain-securityBlack Hat is best known for hardware and traditional software exploits, but this year it showcases more software supply chain security issues—marking the shift in the threat landscape.

Black Hat, the annual gathering of hackers and information security pros in Las Vegas, kicks off next week — the 25th such gathering. It comes after two years of COVID-inspired cancellations and delays. Over the years, Black Hat and its sister conference, DEF CON, have made headlines by showcasing high-profile exploits of hardware and software — from Cisco routers and ATMs to enterprise platforms like Oracle, SQL Server, and Active Directory. 

You can find plenty of those talks this year, also. But they will share the stage with a growing number of discussions of cyber threats, vulnerabilities and potential attacks on developers, open source modules and the underlying infrastructure supporting modern DevOps organizations. Together, the talks mark a shift in the threat landscape and the growing prominence of security threats to the software supply chain.

Here are the talks related to software development and supply chain risk, and some of the themes that emerged.

Development teams in the crosshairs

The security of tools and platforms used by DevOps organizations is a clear theme at this year’s Black Hat Briefings, with a number of talks addressing specific threats to source code management systems for both closed- and open source software. 

On Wednesday, for example, NCC Group researchers Iain Smart and Viktor Gazdag will present their talk, RCE-as-a-Service: Lessons Learned from 5 Years of Real-World CI/CD Pipeline Compromises. In the talk, the two leverage years of work testing the security of development groups within a range of organizations – from small businesses to Fortune 500 firms. 

Describing CI/CD pipelines as the “most dangerous potential attack surface of your software supply chain,” the pair will argue that these development platforms are the crown jewel in any company’s IT infrastructure, providing attackers with a way to turn tools meant to accelerate software development into a malicious “Remote Code Execution-as-a-Service” platform. The pair will also talk about the best approach for defending CI/CD pipelines from attacks and compromises. 

Also picking up the theme of “threats to DevOps environments” is the Thursday presentation by researcher Brett Hawkins of IBM X-Force. Brett will dig into the various ways that source code management (SCM) systems like GitHub Enterprise, GitLab Enterprise and Bitbucket might be attacked and compromised.

Hawkins’ talk, Controlling the Source: Abusing Source Code Management Systems, presents research that has uncovered a variety of attack scenarios that can give malicious actors access to SCM systems. He will also release open source tools to facilitate SCM attacks including reconnaissance, manipulation of user roles, repository takeovers, and user impersonation. Hawkins will also provide guidance on how to defend SCM systems from attack. 

Open source: risky business

Given the software industry’s heavy reliance on open source software to facilitate development, and the growing prevalence of threats and attacks via open source platforms and code, it is no surprise that open source cyber risk is another central theme at this year’s Black Hat Briefings. Data compiled by the firm Synopsys, for example, found that the average software application in 2021 depended on more than 500 open source libraries and components, up 77% in two years. Attackers have taken notice. As we have noted, there have been numerous software supply chain attacks playing to developers (and development teams) heavy reliance on open source repositories like PyPi and npm

The agenda at Black Hat picks up on this trend, with talks that explore the risks posed by open source code and propose remedies. 

For example, researchers Jonathan Leitschuh, Patrick Way and Shyam Mehta use their talk to tackle a key problem in open source security: how to scale security response to meet the challenge of massive open source platforms like GitHub. While modern tools might allow us to automate vulnerability scanning and identification, the output of such endeavors often overwhelms the mere homo sapiens who are tasked with assessing, triaging and responding to the flood of identified flaws. 

Leitschuh, Way and Mehta propose one solution: automated bulk pull request generation, as well as tools such as the Netflix developed OpenRewrite that can help security teams scale their security response. Check out their talk, Scaling the Security Researcher to Eliminate OSS Vulnerabilities Once and For All, on Thursday at 3:20 PM. 

And, as companies let AI loose on the vast repository of open source code in the hopes of developing coding bots that might one day replace developers, the presentation In Need of ‘Pair’ Review: Vulnerable Code Contributions by GitHub Copilot deserves your attention. The work of a group of researchers from NYU and the University of Calgary, the talk analyzes the output of “Copilot,” an ‘AI-based Pair Programmer’ released by GitHub in 2021.

Copilot leverages a deep learning model trained on open-source GitHub code. But, as the researchers note, much of that code “isn’t great.” And, as Microsoft learned with its AI-based chatbot for Twitter, artificial intelligence is great at absorbing input and teasing out patterns, but terrible at assessing the underlying quality of the information it is being fed.  

An analysis of Copilot code revealed a high preponderance of common flaws, among them SQL injection, buffer overflow and use-after-free vulnerabilities. In fact, of 1,689 suggestions generated across 89 different scenarios using the Copilot AI, the researchers found approximately 40% to be vulnerable.

The talk has implications for development organizations that would look to offload low-level coding work to bots, of course. But the high density of flaws in GitHub repositories is also a red flag to organizations that more scrutiny is needed to assess the quality and stability of open source components before dependencies are created, rather than after. 

Developers: the elephant in the security living room

The elephant in the living room of DevOps security is, of course, the developer themself. While Source Code Analysis tools can Improve security assessments of proprietary and open source code, and vulnerability scans can identify flaws and weaknesses in developed code, the best security “fix” comes in the form of better written, high quality code. 

That’s the subject that researcher Adam Shostack tackles in his talk A Fully Trained Jedi, You Are Not, on Wednesday, August 10 at 11:20. Shostack, an expert in threat modeling, secure development and DevOps, talks about the ‘boil the ocean’ problem that many organizations face as they try to train up developers in the intricacies of secure development without sacrificing other priorities, like developing usable code on time and on budget. 

In this talk, Shostack talks about how organizations can operationalize security training for developers. The goal is not to produce a staff of “Jedi-quality” secure developers, but to Improve the security awareness and skills of the broad population of developers, with a goal of reducing common but still prevalent security issues that plague developed applications. 

“A rebellion doesn’t run on a single Jedi,” Shostack notes. To that end, he’ll present the broad outlines of a “knowledge scaffolding and tiered approach to learning” that is scalable across development organizations. 

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LONDON, July 21, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Smart Cities – Thematic Research" report offered by GlobalData Plc provides an overview of the smart cities theme and identifies the key trends impacting the growth of the theme over the next 12 to 24 months. The report also includes a comprehensive industry analysis, including forecasts for global smart city spending to 2025. Moreover, it contains details of M&A deals driven by the smart cities theme, and a timeline highlighting milestones in the development of smart cities.

According to the thematic intelligence report published by GlobalData, the smart cities market size was valued at $221.1 billion in 2019 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of more than 11% by 2025. Increased urbanization is already causing infrastructure headaches for cities, which will only worsen. These challenges are driving the creation of smart cities.

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Smart Cities Mergers and Acquisitions

Smart grid and smart transportation have seen the most significant M&A activity. Two of the biggest acquisitions, Veolia's purchase of Suez and Emerson Electric's acquisition of OSI, are centered around smart grids and water. They arguably reflect the importance of the smart metering market and its potential for steady growth. The growing importance of water infrastructure can also be seen in the acquisitions of Irrisoft and S-Group Solutions.

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Technology Trend: Early signs are that the metaverse could play several roles in smart cities. The pandemic has shown that the most resilient cities enable their citizens to work, learn, and socialize remotely. Accordingly, in November 2021, Seoul announced plans to use a metaverse platform to provide this flexibility to its citizens. The platform (to be completed by 2023) will virtually conduct public services such as tourism, education, cultural experiences, and civilian services.

Macroeconomic Trend: The pandemic's fallout means cities face a growing number of problems during a period of serious economic uncertainty. As a result, cities will view proposed smart city initiatives differently. To be a justifiable investment, an initiative must have a clear, relevant purpose and be as cost-effective as possible.

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The smart cities value chain consists of three main areas: smart city platforms, smart city applications, and smart city services.

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Smart City Applications: Smart city applications can be further segmented into smart buildings, smart transport, smart infrastructure, and smart grid. Health measures in the form of improved heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) and screening systems will become crucial components of smart buildings. The structure or framework for smart transportation starts with infrastructure. There cannot be a smart city without smart mobility, and smart mobility is impossible without smart transport infrastructure. The cities have also invested in two infrastructure types: health infrastructure that directly tackles the spread of COVID-19 and infrastructure that improves citizens' digital access. Moreover, a smart grid modernizes power systems through self-healing designs, automation, remote monitoring and control, and the establishment of microgrids.

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  • Accenture
  • Alibaba
  • Cisco
  • Hikvision
  • Hitachi
  • Honeywell
  • IBM
  • iFlytek
  • Johnson Controls
  • Microsoft
  • Nokia
  • Schneider Electric
  • Siemens
  • ZTE

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  • 75F
  • Cleverciti
  • Huawei
  • Quantela
  • Via Transportation

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Smart Cities Market Overview

Market Size 2019 $221.1 billion
CAGR >11%
Key Technology Trends The Metaverse, Cyber Threats, Digital Twins, AI Adoption, 5G, Surveillance Tech, and Digitalization
Key Macroeconomic Trends The Post-COVID Smart City, Water Shortages, Smart City Geopolitics, and The Digital Silk Road
Key Regulatory Trends COP26 Impact on Cities and Emerging Tech Charters
Value Chains Smart City Platforms, Smart City Apps, and Smart City Services
Leading Public Companies Accenture, Alibaba, Cisco, Hikvision, Hitachi, Honeywell, IBM, iFlytek, Johnson Controls, Microsoft, Nokia, Schneider Electric, Siemens, and ZTE
Leading Private Companies 75F, Cleverciti, Huawei, Quantela, and Via Transportation

FAQs

What was the smart cities market size in 2019?
The smart cities market size was valued at $221.1 billion in 2019.

What is the smart cities market growth rate?
The smart cities market is expected to grow at a CAGR of more than 11% from 2019 to 2025.

What are the key technology trends impacting the smart cities theme?
The key technology trends impacting the smart cities theme are the metaverse, cyber threats, digital twins, AI adoption, 5G, surveillance tech, and digitalization.

What are the key macroeconomic trends impacting the smart cities theme?
The key macroeconomic trends impacting the smart cities theme are the post-COVID smart city, water shortages, smart city geopolitics, and the digital silk road.

What are the key regulatory trends impacting the smart cities theme?
The key regulatory trends impacting the smart cities theme are COP26 impact on cities and emerging tech charters.

What are the key value chains in the smart cities market?
The key value chains in the smart cities market can be divided into three segments: smart city platforms, smart city apps, and smart city services.

Which are the leading public companies associated with the smart cities theme?
The leading public companies associated with the smart cities theme are Accenture, Alibaba, Cisco, Hikvision, Hitachi, Honeywell, IBM, iFlytek, Johnson Controls, Microsoft, Nokia, Schneider Electric, Siemens, and ZTE.

Which are the leading private companies associated with the smart cities theme?
The leading private companies associated with the smart cities theme are 75F, Cleverciti, Huawei, Quantela, and Via Transportation.

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Killexams : AI Infrastructure Market Size, Share, Service Technology, Future Trends and Forecast 2028

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Jul 26, 2022 (Market Insight Reports) -- The AI Infrastructure Market research report gives snippets of data on headway influencing parts, for example, industry plans, slight application, understanding purchaser requests, brutal scene, brand orchestrating and regarding appraisal. Industry plans give basic data to clients, dealing with their capacity to devise an outline that will help being development of their respective connections. Additionally, the regarding data given in the report thinks about the persistent thing exceptional, mechanical advances watching out and expected revives from now into the foreseeable future.

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The worldwide AI Infrastructure market is expected to grow at a booming CAGR of 2022-2028, rising from USD billion in 2021 to USD billion in 2028. It also shows the importance of the AI Infrastructure market main players in the sector, including their business overviews, financial summaries, and SWOT assessments.

AI Infrastructure Market, By Segmentation:

AI Infrastructure Market segment by Type:

On Premises
Cloud
Hybrid

AI Infrastructure Market segment by Application:

Enterprises
Government Organisations
Cloud Service Providers
Others

The years examined in this study are the following to estimate the AI Infrastructure market size:

History Year: 2015-2019
Base Year: 2021
Estimated Year: 2022
Forecast Year: 2022 to 2028

In the report, the topographical level of the AI Infrastructure market report is detached into locales like North America, Latin America, Asia-Pacific, Europe, and Middle East and Africa. The report separates mindfully the augmentation of the market in essential countries.

Due to issues like headway penchants and the weakness of lockdowns (midway or complete) set up, demand in pandemic-affected nations isn’t projected to be high. On account of the COVID-19, the business’ positions should drop in 2020. Notwithstanding, the market offered hints of recovery in 2021, with the ardent number of new demands beating the total number of new demands in the essential half year.

The Key companies profiled in the AI Infrastructure Market: Cisco, IBM, Intel Corporation, Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd, Google, Microsoft, Micron Technology, Inc, NVIDIA Corporation, Oracle, Arm Limited, Xilinx, Advanced Micro Devices, Inc, Dell, Hewlett Packard Enterprises Development LP, Habana Labs Ltd, Facebook, Inc, Synopsys, Inc, Nutanix, Pure Storage, Inc, Amazon Web Services, Inc

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Table of Contents:
List of Data Sources:
Chapter 2. Executive Summary
Chapter 3. Industry Outlook
3.1. AI Infrastructure Market - Industry segmentation
3.2. AI Infrastructure Market - Industry size and growth prospects, 2015 - 2026
3.3. AI Infrastructure Market - Industry Value Chain Analysis
3.3.1. Vendor landscape
3.4. Regulatory Framework
3.5. Market Dynamics
3.5.1. Market Driver Analysis
3.5.2. Market Restraint Analysis
3.6. Porter's Analysis
3.6.1. Threat of New Entrants
3.6.2. Bargaining Power of Buyers
3.6.3. Bargaining Power of Buyers
3.6.4. Threat of Substitutes
3.6.5. Internal Rivalry
3.7. PESTEL Analysis
Chapter 4. AI Infrastructure Market - Industry Product Outlook
Chapter 5. AI Infrastructure Market - Industry Application Outlook
Chapter 6. AI Infrastructure Market - Industry Geography Outlook
6.1. AI Infrastructure Industry Share, by Geography, 2022 & 2028
6.2. North America
6.2.1. Market 2022 -2028 estimates and forecast, by product
6.2.2. Market 2022 -2028, estimates and forecast, by application
6.2.3. The U.S.
6.2.3.1. Market 2022 -2028 estimates and forecast, by product
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Killexams : Composable Infrastructure Market 2022 Industry Updates, Future Growth, Business Prospects, Forecast To 2027

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Composable Infrastructure Market (US, Europe, Asia-Pacific) 2022 Global Industry Market research report gives key assessment on the market status of the Composable Infrastructure producers with Market Size, improvement, share, floats similarly as industry cost structure. Composable Infrastructure Market Report will incorporate the examination of the impact of COVID-19 on this industry.

A new report of Market Research Update titled“Composable Infrastructure Market Analysis 2022-2027” is a detailed sketch of the business sphere in terms of current and future trends driving the profit matrix. The Composable Infrastructure Market report also indicates a point-wise outline of market share, market size, industry partakers, and regional landscape along with statistics, diagrams, & charts elucidating various noteworthy parameters of the industry landscape.

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Killexams : Call Center Infrastructure Software Market 2022 Regional Segmentation, Opportunities, Top Countries Data, and Forecast till 2030

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Jul 29, 2022 (Alliance News via COMTEX) -- Key Companies Covered in the Call Center Infrastructure Software Research are Talkdesk, NICE inContact, Nextiva, Genesys, UJET, RingCentral, Five9, Cisco, CloudTalk, Ameyo, Saas Labs, 8×8 Cloud Communications, LiveVox, Spearline, Call Tower, VCC Live Group Zrt, Ozonetel, Tenfold, CloudCall Group, Verizon, Knowlarity Communications, AT&T, Squaretalk, Vonage, ChaseData, Toky, AMC Technology, Replicant, Sayint, 3CLogic and other key market players.

The global Call Center Infrastructure Software market size will reach USD million in 2030, growing at a CAGR of % during the analysis period.

As the global economy recovers in 2021 and the supply of the industrial chain improves, the Call Center Infrastructure Software market will undergo major changes. According to the latest research, the market size of the Call Center Infrastructure Software industry in 2021 will increase by USD million compared to 2020, with a growth rate of %.

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Killexams : Cisco leverages Snort 3 and Talos to manage trust in an evolving cloud-based world

Hybrid and multicloud computing environments have redefined the trust boundary.

In the computer world, a trust boundary serves as an interface for the marking on a data packet that is allowed to flow through a network. Remote work by remote users and the consumption of cloud-based tools to perform business functions have dramatically changed the business environment and the trust boundary along with it.

“The traditional trust boundary has evaporated, or at least transformed dramatically,” said Eric Kostlan (pictured), technical marketing engineer at Cisco Systems Inc. “Although the concept of a trust boundary still exists, the nature of the hybrid, multicloud environment makes it very difficult to define. It’s not that the concept of trusted versus untrusted has gone away; it’s just become fundamentally more complex. The complexity itself is a vulnerability.”

Kostlan spoke with theCUBE industry analysts John Furrier and Dave Vellante at AWS re:Inforce, during an exclusive broadcast on theCUBE, SiliconANGLE Media’s livestreaming studio. They discussed Cisco’s portfolio of security solutions and the need for seamless cloud integration. (* Disclosure below.)

Protecting virtual environments

The changing nature of the trust boundary is one of many factors in enterprise computing that Kostlan and his colleagues at Cisco are managing. One of the company’s solutions involves Snort 3, an open-source network security tool for intrusion detection. As more companies have turned to the cloud, tools such as Snort 3 have become key elements that can be integrated in virtual environments.

“There’s a large number of components to the solution, and this spans workload protection, as well as infrastructure protection,” Kostlan said. “These are integrated into cloud components, and this is what allows comprehensive protection across the hybrid cloud environment. Some of the most important technologies that we use, such as Snort 3 — which is a best-of-breed intrusion protection system that we have adopted — are applicable, as well, to the virtual environment so that we push into the cloud in a way that’s seamless.”

Cisco also applies its cloud security solutions by leveraging threat information through its Talos Intelligence Group. Talos is comprised of an experienced group of security experts whose mission is to protect Cisco customer products and services.

“Talos updates our products approximately once every hour with new information about emerging attacks,” Kostlan said. “That architecture is very easily extensible into the cloud, because you can inform a virtual device just as easily as you can inform a physical device of an emergent threat. We have expanded our capacity to visualize what’s happening.”

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Killexams : Accenture, Alibaba, And Cisco Among Leading Companies Associated With Smart Cities Theme | Globaldata Plc

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LONDON, July 21, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The“Smart C ities – Thematic Research” report offered by GlobalData Plc provides an overview of the smart cities theme and identifies the key trends impacting the growth of the theme over the next 12 to 24 months. The report also includes a comprehensive industry analysis, including forecasts for global smart city spending to 2025. Moreover, it contains details of M&A deals driven by the smart cities theme, and a timeline highlighting milestones in the development of smart cities.

According to the thematic intelligence report published by GlobalData, the smart cities market size was valued at $221.1 billion in 2019 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of more than 11% by 2025. Increased urbanization is already causing infrastructure headaches for cities, which will only worsen. These challenges are driving the creation of smart cities.

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Smart C ities Mergers and A cquisitions

Smart grid and smart transportation have seen the most significant M&A activity. Two of the biggest acquisitions, Veolia's purchase of Suez and Emerson Electric's acquisition of OSI, are centered around smart grids and water. They arguably reflect the importance of the smart metering market and its potential for steady growth. The growing importance of water infrastructure can also be seen in the acquisitions of Irrisoft and S-Group Solutions.

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Key Trend s Impacting the Smart Cities Theme

Technology Trend: Early signs are that the metaverse could play several roles in smart cities. The pandemic has shown that the most resilient cities enable their citizens to work, learn, and socialize remotely. Accordingly, in November 2021, Seoul announced plans to use a metaverse platform to provide this flexibility to its citizens. The platform (to be completed by 2023) will virtually conduct public services such as tourism, education, cultural experiences, and civilian services.

Macroeconomic Trend : The pandemic's fallout means cities face a growing number of problems during a period of serious economic uncertainty. As a result, cities will view proposed smart city initiatives differently. To be a justifiable investment, an initiative must have a clear, relevant purpose and be as cost-effective as possible.

Regulatory Trend : Cities worldwide are starting to create ethical guidelines for their adoption of technology. London has published an emerging technology charter; a set of rules that outline the city's expectations for how new data-enabled technologies should be developed and deployed for use in the public realm. Dubai has also been discussing a similar charter, while cities like Boston have created a playbook that governs the relationship between suppliers and citizens.

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Smart Cities Value Chains

The smart cities value chain consists of three main areas: smart city platforms, smart city applications, and smart city services.

Smart City Platforms : Smart city platforms provide a platform for the unified delivery of local public services. Although each city is unique, and all have their challenges around delivering services and providing vital infrastructure, a common factor is that more value will be delivered by integrating each smart city service into an all-encompassing platform. This allows for the creation of open data services to encourage innovation and the development of new digital services.

Smart City Applications : Smart city applications can be further segmented into smart buildings, smart transport, smart infrastructure, and smart grid. Health measures in the form of improved heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) and screening systems will become crucial components of smart buildings. The structure or framework for smart transportation starts with infrastructure. There cannot be a smart city without smart mobility, and smart mobility is impossible without smart transport infrastructure. The cities have also invested in two infrastructure types: health infrastructure that directly tackles the spread of COVID-19 and infrastructure that improves citizens' digital access. Moreover, a smart grid modernizes power systems through self-healing designs, automation, remote monitoring and control, and the establishment of microgrids.

Smart City Services: Cities do not have the design, technical, integration, or data analysis skills to become smart cities on their own. There is an active market for smart city design and integration services, which stitch together applications for smart buildings, transportation, infrastructure, and power grids. On the integration side, the providers of these services include large players such as IBM, Siemens, and Huawei, together with the likes of TCS, Capgemini, Wipro, and notably in Asia, Mitac.

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Leading Public Companies Associated with the Smart Cities Theme

  • Accenture
  • Alibaba
  • Cisco
  • Hikvision
  • Hitachi
  • Honeywell
  • IBM
  • iFlytek
  • Johnson Controls
  • Microsoft
  • Nokia
  • Schneider Electric
  • Siemens
  • ZTE

Leading Private Companies Associated with the Smart Cities Theme

  • 75F
  • Cleverciti
  • Huawei
  • Quantela
  • Via Transportation

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Smart Cities Sector Scorecards

At GlobalData, we use a scorecard approach to predict tomorrow's leading companies within each sector. Our sector scorecards have three screens: a thematic screen, a valuation screen, and a risk screen.

Smart city is a theme that impacts many of the 17 technology, media, and telecom (TMT) sectors we cover. In this report, we focus specifically on the industrial automation and IT services sectors.

  • Thematic screen: Our thematic screen ranks companies based on overall leadership in the 10 themes that matter most to their industry, generating a leading indicator of future performance.
  • Valuation screen: Our valuation screen ranks our universe of companies within a sector based on selected valuation metrics.
  • Risk screen: Our risk screen ranks companies within a particular sector based on overall investment risk.

Scope

  • The report identifies the key trends impacting the growth of the theme over the next 12 to 24 months, split into three categories: technology trends, macroeconomic trends, and regulatory trends.
  • It includes comprehensive industry analysis, including forecasts for global smart cities spending to 2025.
  • It contains details of M&A deals driven by the smart cities theme, and a timeline highlighting milestones in the development of smart cities.
  • The detailed value chain illustrates how smart cities fit into the IoT technology stack. The report covers three layers of the smart cities value chain: the platform layer, the app layer, and the services layer.

Reasons to Buy

The smart city is an important market that attracts substantial investment. This report is a clear and insightful overview of this increasingly important theme, telling you everything you need to know about what makes a city smart and which companies are benefitting from increased urbanization.

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Smart Cities Market Overview

Market Size 2019 $221.1 billion
CAGR >11%
Key Technology Trends The Metaverse, Cyber Threats, Digital Twins, AI Adoption, 5G, Surveillance Tech, and Digitalization
Key Macroeconomic Trends The Post-COVID Smart City, Water Shortages, Smart City Geopolitics, and The Digital Silk Road
Key Regulatory Trends COP26 Impact on Cities and Emerging Tech Charters
Value Chains Smart City Platforms, Smart City Apps, and Smart City Services
Leading Public Companies Accenture, Alibaba, Cisco, Hikvision, Hitachi, Honeywell, IBM, iFlytek, Johnson Controls, Microsoft, Nokia, Schneider Electric, Siemens, and ZTE
Leading Private Companies 75F, Cleverciti, Huawei, Quantela, and Via Transportation

FAQs

What was the smart cities market size in 20 19 ?
The smart cities market size was valued at $221.1 billion in 2019.

What is the smart cities market growth rate?
The smart cities market is expected to grow at a CAGR of more than 11% from 2019 to 2025.

What are the key technology trends impact ing the smart cities theme ?
The key technology trends impacting the smart cities theme are the metaverse, cyber threats, digital twins, AI adoption, 5G, surveillance tech, and digitalization.

What are the key macroeconomic trends impact ing the smart cities theme ?
The key macroeconomic trends impacting the smart cities theme are the post-COVID smart city, water shortages, smart city geopolitics, and the digital silk road.

What are the key regulatory trends impact ing the smart cities theme ?
The key regulatory trends impacting the smart cities theme are COP26 impact on cities and emerging tech charters.

What are the key value chains in the smart cities market ?
The key value chains in the smart cities market can be divided into three segments: smart city platforms, smart city apps, and smart city services.

Which are the leading public companies associated with the smart cities theme ?
The leading public companies associated with the smart cities theme are Accenture, Alibaba, Cisco, Hikvision, Hitachi, Honeywell, IBM, iFlytek, Johnson Controls, Microsoft, Nokia, Schneider Electric, Siemens, and ZTE.

Which are the leading private companies associated with the smart cities theme ?
The leading private companies associated with the smart cities theme are 75F, Cleverciti, Huawei, Quantela, and Via Transportation.

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Killexams : 34 top UK vendor leaders outline channel priorities

The UK's top vendor channel bosses have laid out their priorities and future bets in CRN's inaugural Vendor Power list.

The feature encompasses Q&As with 34 UK leaders from the channel's most widely carried vendors, including Microsoft, Cisco and HPE.

Collectively, they head up partner organisations that orchestrate the lion's share of UK B2B IT hardware, software and cloud sales.

Big guns get a grilling

Each channel leader took on up to 18 questions on their partner strategy and themselves, including on their priorities for the year ahead.

In his Q&A, Dell vice president UK channel Rob Tomlin cited accelerating collaboration between channel partners and Dell's sales team among his targets for the next 12 months. The hardware giant has doubled its channel business over the last three years, he claimed.

HPE's UK channel & MM/SMB director, Lewis Simmonds, is targeting the recruitment of more XaaS partners, while HP's UK & Ireland channel director Neil MacDonald unveiled plans to invest in data and insights. Lenovo recently moved to give partners easier access to its full portfolio, its UK boss Neil Sawyer (pictured below) said, meanwhile.

The vendor chiefs were each asked to outline their channel philosophy and the size of their partner base.

While ConnectWise (2,500), Cisco (2,000), Fujitsu (1,500), Adobe (1,400) and SonicWall (1,200) all work with over 1,000 UK partners, others have narrower UK channels, with Check Point, F5 Networks and Mitel all working with 400 or fewer partners.

Rare metals losing their lustre?

Amid talk that traditional metal-based channel programmes are losing their shine in an increasingly cloud-based world (with Microsoft's Gold badge about to be axed), our top channel bosses were also quizzed on how they see channel programmes and engagement models evolving over the next few years.

SAP's new PartnerEdge Cloud Choice model rewards partners for delivering good outcomes for clients, SAP UK & Ireland chief partner officer Celine Cazali stressed.

Simon Aldous, director, partners & channels, Google Cloud UK&I, was among those to stress the need to reward non-transactional partners.

"The detachment of the influence chain from the transaction chain is an important consequence of the move to cloud. As such, we need to ensure that we view each separately and provide the necessary levels of enablement, incentives, rewards and support for partners across these two critical areas of customer engagement and experience," Aldous said.

"In the cloud consumption world, you need to have a partner base that can drive continuous engagement with the customer. It's so much easier to switch out technologies in a cloud ecosystem, so channel programmes should evolve to incentivise partners to sustain those continuous touchpoints," added Andy Corcoran, UK and Ireland channel sales director at VMware.

Indirect dealings

How important is the channel to these vendors?

While many of the smaller vendors included stressed that they operate a channel-only model, even those market giants with a strong enterprise and government pedigree often count partners as their primary route to market.

Lenovo's Sawyer said 97 per cent of the PC vendor's business goes via its channel partners, with Cisco and HP's channel leaders pegging their channel businesses at above 90 per cent of their sales.

"[That is] reflective of the UK & Ireland market," confirmed Cisco's Dominic Pierce (pictured below).

The execs opened up on how they manage direct-vs-channel conflict when it occurs, with Broadcom's Roy Borden revealing the vendor has a "100 per cent neutral" compensation scheme for sales reps no matter whose paper the deal is deliver on.

"Within the SMB space, we have moved the full product lifecycle under our Aggregation 2.0 partners. From quote through to level 1 support, this is 100 per cent channel owned and delivered," he added.

Partner peeves 

We also asked the vendor leaders to open up on what traits they most value and scorn in partners.

Loyalty, integrity and innovation were three recurring positive characteristics, while laziness and duplicity were cited as common bugbears.

"It can be frustrating when a partner backs several competing vendors in the same opportunity," said Tom Corrigan, director, EMEA distribution and systems integrators at Mimecast.

"Unfortunately, we still see some partners wanting to do account mapping. That's outdated. From experience I can say it's much more effective to sit down and use and share data and insights and work out who we should target together with that shared knowledge," added HPE's Simmonds.

The 34 leaders in our Vendor Power list were selected on the basis of the inclusion of their company in the latest CRN Vendor Report, which rated the channel's most prevalent vendors across four core categories.* CRN Essential subscribers can read an Executive Summary of the report here.

Find out who made our inaugural Vendor Power List here.

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Killexams : Infrastructure-as-code security startup Oak9 raises $8M

Infrastructure-as-code security startup Oak9 Inc. has raised $8 million in new funding to grow its free Community Edition and help launch a next-generation “Security as Code” offering.

The round was led by Menlo Ventures and included Cisco Investments, Morgan Stanley’s Next Level Fund and HPA. Including the new funding, the company has raised $13.9 million to date, according to Crunchbase.

Founded in 2019, Oak9 offers a cloud security platform designed to accelerate delivery and provide comprehensive security. The company’s Security as Code platform continuously finds, analyzes and remediates security and compliance issues in real time as changes occur in IaC and deployed cloud workloads.

Oak9 pitches its platform as providing cloud-native security uniquely delivered as code within developer toolsets. Users can use their favorite IaC languages, cloud or multicloud, continuous integration and delivery tools and more. The service also offers entire systems development life cycle automation that natively secures existing workflows and assesses every change to cloud-native infrastructure pre- and post-deployment.

The company’s proprietary SaC blueprints support 20-plus compliance standards, including HIPAA, HITRUST, PCI, SOC2 and ISO27001. Oak9’s open-sourced Security as Code also enables security engineers to extend Oak9 security blueprints for additional guard rails.

Oak9 has seen strong continuous momentum in 2022, including moving into a new global headquarters in Chicago and opening a new office in India. Notable customers include SmartBear Software Inc., Avant LLC, FourKites Inc., Contentstack Inc., CohesionIB Inc. and Edge Delta Inc.

The company also partners with HashiCorp Inc., Amazon Web Services Inc. and Microsoft Corp. and supports the Cloud Security Alliance and Open Web Application Security Project.

“It’s a critical time in the IaC security space,” Oak9 co-founder and Chief Executive Raj Datta said in a statement. “We’re seeing it all over the market — companies simply cannot hire enough security engineers to ensure proper security in their IaC and cloud environments.”

“Budgets across the industry are being slashed and many companies are short on talent at a time when we need more of it, not less,” Datta added. “Oak9 helps alleviate that problem, reducing both costs and exposure by automating security so you can do more with less.”

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