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Cisco is launching its “Cisco Enterprises Hub”, an online platform that gives enterprises a central hub for managing and sharing their IT infrastructure, data, and business processes.
“Cerberus” is a cloud-based enterprise management solution, offering enterprises the ability to connect to their own enterprise-class tools like Salesforce, Salesforce Connect, and Google Drive, while also sharing their data across a variety of services.
The platform is part of Cisco’s “Cerebral Networking” initiative, which is part collaboration with the US Department of Defense and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.
Cerberus will work with businesses to create and manage a “single-site environment” for managing, analyzing, and reporting on data, according to the announcement.
Enterprise hub is not a standalone service.
Cisco says enterprise hub is an online service, and is available to any enterprise that wants to start using it.
“For the first time, enterprise-level access to enterprise infrastructure is now available to customers through the Cisco Enterprise Hub,” the company said in a blog post.
“Through the Cerberus Platform, enterprises can quickly connect to Cisco’s Enterprise Hub for sharing data, tools, and services, including Salesforce.com, Google Drive for data storage, and Salesforce Online for collaboration and collaboration features.
Cerberus is also available to the public and Cisco’s customers.”
The hub is available for purchase for $49.99, which includes the enterprise hub.
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Cisco’s release notes go into more detail on the platform, but the hub is primarily intended to serve as a way for enterprise owners to easily connect to and manage their data.
Cisco is not selling enterprise hub to enterprises directly, but says that the hub will “enable a variety to be deployed as a single-site infrastructure.
We are committed to providing the best possible solution for enterprises to share their data and tools, manage their IT resources, and access their business processes.”
The release notes note also says that enterprise hub will allow enterprises to collaborate and share data and other resources, as well as collaborate and control data and services.
“The Cerberus Platform will be integrated with a variety from Salesforce and Google.com to Salesforce Social, Salesbase, and others.
The Cerberus Platform can be used as a shared data store, a single site for managing shared data, a centralized data center, a distributed data center to store and share a variety shared services, or a multi-site facility to manage multiple applications or data sources.
The hub will be available as a standalone product, or as a package that can be integrated into a full-stack platform,” Cisco said.
The release note says the Cerberus platform will be supported by a variety (such as Cisco’s own tools, Sales Force, SalesForce Connect, Salesmail, and SAP) that can enable enterprise owners access to a wide range of tools, including Cisco’s Salesforce cloud tool, Cisco’s Google Cloud Platform, Salescloud, Salesfinance, Salespro, Salesmesh, Salesstack, and more.
Cisco also says enterprise owners will be able to use Cerberus to quickly build and manage new applications and services as well.
“With Cerberus, businesses will be free to choose their own tools and to customize their tools, while enterprise owners can easily integrate with tools from Sales and Google Cloud to access and manage all their data, data resources, business processes, and application development resources,” Cisco added.
“Consumers and enterprises will have easy access to an ecosystem of tools that provide a consistent and unified platform that meets their requirements.”