Issue OverviewVirtual Data Center - September 2009, Vol. 14
New and emerging virtual networking technologies offer better options for deploying and managing virtual infrastructure networking. In the latest edition of Virtual Data Center, learn about the pros and cons of using virtualization as part of your disaster recovery (DR) strategy. Get expert advice on whether or not virtualization has a place in your DR plan. Curious about virtual appliances? We've got answers to your most common virtual appliance questions and more in this issue. Access >>>
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Deep dive into virtual networking technologies
by Chris Wolf
New and emerging virtual networking technologies offer better options for deploying and managing virtual infrastructure networking.
Lifecycle management: Physical vs. virtual machines
by Danielle Ruest and Nelson Ruest, Contributors
Lifecycle management in a virtual infrastructure poses a few more challenges than you're used to. Without proper lifecycle management, you could end up with VM sprawl.
- Deep dive into virtual networking technologies by Chris Wolf
Using virtualization in a disaster recovery strategy
by Scott Lowe, Contributor
Now server virtualization is used in disaster recovery (DR) settings, and virtualization for DR can be a great fit and a cost reducer.
- Using virtualization in a disaster recovery strategy by Scott Lowe, Contributor
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