sponsored by Avaya
Posted:  10 Jan 2012
Published:  10 Jan 2012
Format:  PDF
Length:  12  Page(s)
Type:  eGuide
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

The components used in a unified fabric have elements of both LAN and SAN technologies. Consequently, the LAN features of unified fabrics are managed in the same way as they are in traditional LAN environments, and the SAN features are managed in the same way as they are in traditional SAN environments.

This expert E-Guide discusses which part of your IT team – storage, networking or data center – should be in charge or managing unified network and storage fabric. Additionally, uncover top benefits of desktop virtualization network strategies.






BROWSE RELATED RESOURCES
Bandwidth Management | Data Center Networking | Desktop Virtualization | Ethernet Networks | Fibre Channel | LAN | Network Design | Network Management | Network Traffic Management | Networking | SAN | VDI | Virtual Desktop Infrastructure

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