Virtualization and the Case for Universal Grid Architectures
sponsored by Gridstore

Traditional computing architectures have been based about 99% on monolithic systems clustered together to form larger virtual systems, or to create a system designed for a higher level of availability.

But these archaic architectures are hampering the mobility and dynamism that virtualization enables. For virtual environments to reach their full potential, infrastructure must move beyond monolithic clustered architectures to far more extensible grids.

Check out this comprehensive white paper for a peek at what the future of virtualization holds and how it will affect your organization.

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