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Unraveling the secrets of converged storage networks
This edition of Network Evolution E-Zine goes in depth and unravels the secrets of converged storage networks. Learn if virtualization can in fact improve your disaster recovery and check out a Q&A with the pros on connectivity before network convergence.
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Features in this issue
Network attached storage (NAS) devices are finding a role in data center virtualization storage, whether it be for quick swap space or for a central library of virtual machines.
News in this issue
Some question the path to network convergence - is it through FCoE or iSCSI? Either way, preparing the existing infrastructure will be key to a healthy network environment.
Utilizing virtualization for disaster recovery may solve issues quicker. One team tried disaster recovery with server virtualization to cut processes and increase productivity.
Liberty Mutual networking head Jeffrey Gray found that rethinking data center network connectivity was key to achieving successful data center network redesign.