sponsored by Dell, Inc. and Intel®
Posted:  11 Jul 2012
Published:  11 Jul 2012
Format:  PDF
Length:  10  Page(s)
Type:  eGuide
Language:  English

As cloud computing changes, so do cloud computing networks.

Two things will always remain the same, though. Cloud computing networks enable the movement of a pool of resources as a single virtual resource and they connect users to these resources regardless of their location.

But there are a handful of requirements cloud computing networks must be able to meet in order to facilitate this, whether it is a public, private or hybrid cloud environment.

This expert e-guide outlines these specifications and details the differences between networking for public, private and hybrid clouds. Read on to discover:

  • Why cloud computing networks are straying from the typical three-layer switching topology
  • The differences between leaf-spine switching topology and fat-tree switching topology
  • The role of storage in cloud networks
  • And so much more

Cloud Computing | Cloud Management | Cloud Security | Cloud Storage | Cloud Storage Services | Cloud Storage Strategy | Network Architectures | Network Best Practices | Network Management | Network Security | Networking | Private Cloud | Public Cloud

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