High Performing Virtualized Workloads Require a New Storage Protocol
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Virtualization can lead to many worthwhile benefits, but in order to enable the perks of virt initiatives, you'll first need to ensure the rest of your IT operations are up to speed. One of the biggest accommodations you'll have to make for your virtualized setups is in your storage strategy. Virtualization has serious demands on your storage ops, and without satisfying these requirements, your project can be rendered pointless.

Access this Storage Switzerland paper by Senior Analyst George Crump to learn why today's high-performing virtualized workloads demand a new storage protocol, and learn how virtualization workloads differ from traditional ones in terms of performance, scalability and cost.

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