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Cisco ISE for BYOD and Secure Unified Access by Aaron Woland, Jamey Heary

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Chapter 4. Making Sense of All the ISE Deployment Design Options

Cisco Identity Services Engine supports many different design and deployment options. This chapter explains the options with the goal of helping you to select the best one for your environment. The deployment options are broken down into two main topics to consider: centralized and distributed. This chapter will examine these and other ISE design options.

As discussed in Chapter 3, all ISE node types, such as Administration, Monitoring, and Policy Service, can be made highly available. The node types are broken out from standalone mode to distributed mode when scaling beyond 2000 simultaneous endpoints is required. When ISE is deployed in standalone mode, with all node types running ...

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