Issue OverviewVirtual Data Center - April 2010, Vol. 21
Cloud offerings are available today, but the technology and practices are still evolving. Organizations should consider a number of tradeoffs and implications carefully before making the move to the cloud. Learn which issues might make the case for cloud computing and which ones might be deal-breakers. Access >>>
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The pros and cons of cloud computing migration
by Stephen J. Bigelow, Senior Technology Writer
IT managers should consider the pros and cons of cloud computing migration, and find a balance between the rewards and risks associated with moving a data center to the cloud.
Virtualization security: How vulnerable is your hypervisor?
by Brien Posey
Choosing the right hypervisor for your infrastructure is not only critical for deployment and management purposes, but it also comes into play with virtualization security.
- The pros and cons of cloud computing migration by Stephen J. Bigelow, Senior Technology Writer
Five virtualization sprawl warning signs
by Rick Vanover, Contributor
Quickly provisioning virtual machines can create virtualization sprawl. Here are five VM sprawl warning signs that may signal bigger virtualization infrastructure problems.
- Five virtualization sprawl warning signs by Rick Vanover, Contributor
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