Server virtualization may have transformed the modern datacenter, but there’s a flip side: New storage implementations can often hinder progress.
Using old storage in new datacenters could result in bottlenecks, delays, downtime, and data loss, negating the benefits you expected to receive from server virtualization in the first place.
The combination of benefits from server and storage hypervisors can provide the truly efficient infrastructure that’s been promised for more than a decade. Read this white paper to learn how you can benefit from:
A common management platform to aggregate capacity from any hardware platform
Storage provisioning and management automation
Pool storage resources from various arrays and vendors to be accessed from anywhere, anytime
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