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Network virtualization has lagged behind server and storage virtualization, which means “single-pane-of-glass management and monitoring” in the data center is still on the horizon. Although the advent of software-defined networking (SDN) may make virtual network management easier, most enterprises are looking for more use cases before setting out an SND strategy. One thing is clear: The virtual network can’t remain invisible to the network manager. This handbook looks at existing network management and monitoring options that will help enterprises see the value in adding the network to server and storage virtualization.  Access >>>

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  • Navigate the World of Network Virtualization
  • Network Management in the Age of Network Virtualization and SDN
  • Virtualization is About More than the Server
  • Strategies to Achieve Virtualized Network Integration And Management


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