We performed a comparison between Cisco ACI and Cisco Elastic Services Controller based on real PeerSpot user reviews.
Find out in this report how the two Network Virtualization solutions compare in terms of features, pricing, service and support, easy of deployment, and ROI.
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Business success is increasingly dictated by agility: the ability to respond quickly to change, bring new services to market quickly, and do all of this within an environment that is simple and inexpensive to operate. The Cisco Elastic Services Controller (ESC) promotes agility, flexibility, and programmability in network functions virtualization (NFV) environments and offers comprehensive automated lifecycle management capabilities. By design, Cisco ESC is built as an open and modular system. It provides a single point of control to manage all aspects of NFV lifecycle for virtual network functions (VNFs) in a dynamic environment. Drawing on industry standards and open APIs, you can control the full lifecycle of all of your virtualized resources, whether using Cisco or third-party VNFs, allowing you to choose best-in-class industry solutions.
Cisco ACI is ranked 2nd in Network Virtualization with 14 reviews while Cisco Elastic Services Controller is ranked 5th in Network Virtualization. Cisco ACI is rated 8.0, while Cisco Elastic Services Controller is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of Cisco ACI writes "Stable, scalable, and easy to manage". On the other hand, Cisco ACI is most compared with VMware NSX, Nuage Networks and Cisco Enterprise Network Functions Virtualization, whereas Cisco Elastic Services Controller is most compared with .
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