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Taking the complexity out of the data center has been a complex challenge in itself. Vendors have introduced have variety of ways to converge IT infrastructure to consolidate networking, storage and compute resources in the data center. But cloud computing and virtualization have changed what a converged infrastructure could look like. This handbook looks at the current state of converged infrastructure and how network virtualization and software-defined networking can help make converged infrastructure a reality. Access >>>
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- Cloud and convergence
- Network as a Service
- Networking for VDI
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