The march toward data center virtualization continues. It’s not just servers; it’s everything in the data center: servers, networks and storage. While virtualization technology has been available for years, it’s easy to forget that some IT shops are just beginning to virtualize their workloads. This expert e-guide highlights the key IT infrastructure barriers to virtualization, and offers best practices for designing and planning network architectures and storage infrastructures capable of handling increasing demands. Access >>>
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