The answer to the top 5 virtualization problems

Transitioning to a virtualized network can be challenging for network engineers, despite the advantages. Understand these top five virtualization problems and how to handle them.

No one knows virtualization issues like a network manager. So Fast Packet blogger Josh Stephens – a network management guru at SolarWinds – spent his year blogging about the top five virtualization problems and how to solve them.

Among his list of problems are: virtualization backup and recovery, VM sprawl, virtual capacity planning, VM stall, and building a private cloud.

But Stephens wins the SearchNetworking.com “Sunshine of the Year Award” because he never suggests that these problems are insurmountable. In fact, he insists that with the right network management strategies, they can all be…well...managed.

Read more to find out how Josh approaches the top five virtualization problems.

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