Issue OverviewVirtual Data Center - August 2011, Vol. 34
Virtualization has been transformed from a tactical technology that organizations adopted to save space, cooling and power into a corporate strategy used to respond to business demands. Mike Laverick offers his insight on what's next for this versatile technology. Access >>>
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How the evolution of virtualization redefined efficient data centers
by Mike Laverick
The evolution of virtualization has promoted more efficient data centers. Now IT shops can reduce costs while increasing performance.
- How the evolution of virtualization redefined efficient data centers by Mike Laverick
Ensuring virtual machine security
by Danielle Ruest and Nelson Ruest, Contributors
Focus on both the host server environment and the virtualization layer for the best virtual machine security strategy.
- Ensuring virtual machine security by Danielle Ruest and Nelson Ruest, Contributors
Reaching for the cloud at VMworld
by Christine Casatelli, Editor, Virtual Data Center
Can virtualization in the cloud deliver on its promises?
- Reaching for the cloud at VMworld by Christine Casatelli, Editor, Virtual Data Center
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