Integrating Physical and Virtual Networking – Virtualized Server Connect to the Data Center Fabric
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Server virtualization has affected all facets of the data center – from servers to storage to the network. While the promise is a reduced capital investment, higher agility and lower operational expenses, the success of server virtualization depends on the integration of both the physical and the virtual network. This has its own set of challenges.

Discover how enterprises must move beyond server consolidation with locally contained feature usage to taking full advantage of all the features virtualization technologies have to offer. Focusing on the integration of the physical and virtual network infrastructure is difficult. Read this paper to read an overview of the most viable options available today.

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