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Virtualized Data Centers
Beyond the Virtual Sum of Virtual Parts


 Presented by:
 KJ (Ken) Salchow, Jr.
 Manager, Technic...
2




Evolution of the Data Center
                      2010
                       2007
                       1999
    ...
Virtualized Data Centers: Beyond the Virtual Sum of Virtual Parts
Virtualized Data Centers: Beyond the Virtual Sum of Virtual Parts
Virtualized Data Centers: Beyond the Virtual Sum of Virtual Parts
Virtualized Data Centers: Beyond the Virtual Sum of Virtual Parts
Virtualized Data Centers: Beyond the Virtual Sum of Virtual Parts
Virtualized Data Centers: Beyond the Virtual Sum of Virtual Parts
Virtualized Data Centers: Beyond the Virtual Sum of Virtual Parts
Virtualized Data Centers: Beyond the Virtual Sum of Virtual Parts
Virtualized Data Centers: Beyond the Virtual Sum of Virtual Parts
Virtualized Data Centers: Beyond the Virtual Sum of Virtual Parts
Virtualized Data Centers: Beyond the Virtual Sum of Virtual Parts
Virtualized Data Centers: Beyond the Virtual Sum of Virtual Parts
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Virtualized Data Centers: Beyond the Virtual Sum of Virtual Parts

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A truly virtualized data center (VDC) is more than just virtualization technologies interacting with one another. A VDC is the melding of unified access control, application delivery, and fully automated processes managed by a set of policies to provide access to services as needed. This presentation details the emerging benefits of a comprehensive VDC, and explains how enterprises can leverage the power of virtualization without sacrificing the security, optimization, or availability of their applications.

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Virtualized Data Centers: Beyond the Virtual Sum of Virtual Parts

  1. 1. Virtualized Data Centers Beyond the Virtual Sum of Virtual Parts Presented by: KJ (Ken) Salchow, Jr. Manager, Technical Marketing
  2. 2. 2 Evolution of the Data Center 2010 2007 1999 On-demand, dynamic application Gigabit Ethernet 10GbE network services Access virtualization Limited bandwidth Broadband Application virtualization Fast servers servers Slow app Data virtualization / rich content Integratedof functionality Islands apps Network virtualization Limited webification Pervasive access SSL Wired access everywhere Mobility “Exaflood” trafficvirtualization Limited server scale

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