Emerging Virtualization Technologies

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    Virtual private networks (VPNs) are essential for protecting corporate data. As we explore in this issue of Network Evolution, the pressure to support an increasing number of mobile users and more advanced mobile use cases has created challeng... 

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  • VXLAN (Virtual Extensible LAN)

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About Emerging Virtualization Technologies

Learn about emerging virtualization technologies that are impacting the network or may be doing so in the near future, such as network virtualization, desktop virtualization, I/O virtualization and hypervisors, and what significance these technologies hold for networking professionals.