Best Of Interop 2014 Winners Unveiled

The Best of Interop award recognizes innovation in nine categories, including networking, storage, cloud, and security. By: [author-name] This article was syndicated via RSS from: http://www.networkcomputing.com/data-networking-management/best-of-interop-2014-winners-unveiled/240166898
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Why The Next-Generation Data Center Needs To Be Agnostic

In order to handle the growing traffic deluge, data centers need to leverage open infrastructure, software-defined technologies, and automation. By: [author-name] This article was syndicated via RSS...
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Cloud Backup Services: Key Considerations

The cloud approach has made backup easier in some ways, but also raises questions. By: [author-name] This article was syndicated via RSS from: http://www.networkcomputing.com/backup-recovery/cloud-backup-services-key-considerations/240166845
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Cloud Services And The Hidden Cost Of Downtime

IT managers must factor in potential cloud outages when calculating the true cost of a cloud service. By: [author-name] This article was syndicated via RSS from: http://www.networkcomputing.com/next-generation-data-center/servers/cloud-services-and-the-hidden-cost-of-do/240166695
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Server SANs And Healthy Paranoia

Server SANs such as VMware VSAN are designed for virtualization administrators, but are these new storage buyers paranoid enough to be entrusted with storage management? By: [author-name] This article...
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Considering SDN? Adopt Chaos Monkey

Enterprises can take a page from Google's playbook by focusing on application resiliency and forgetting about the hardware, says networking expert and Interop speaker Ivan Pepelnjak. By: [author-name] This...
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Will Microservers Put Blade Servers Out To Pasture?

The blade server market is under pressure with the rise of microservers, which are becoming more powerful. By: [author-name] This article was syndicated via RSS from: http://www.networkcomputing.com/next-generation-data-center/servers/will-microservers-put-blade-servers-out/240166635
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Why Client-Side Encryption Is Critical For Cloud Privacy

The only way to ensure privacy in the cloud era is to shift to a model in which the cloud customer controls encryption keys, not the cloud provider. By: [author-name] This article was syndicated via...
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OpenFlow 1.3 Support: Why It Matters

With vendor support, the latest version of the SDN-enabling protocol has key features enterprise networks need and gives customers confidence in its future. By: [author-name] This article was syndicated...
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Are Server SANs The Future Or Just Hype?

An emerging software-defined storage technology is getting a lot of attention, but using direct-attached storage as a common storage pool isn't without complications. By: [author-name] This article...
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