Issue OverviewVirtual Data Center - October 2009, Vol. 15
In this month's issue, learn how to keep compliance a priority in a virtualized environment. Server hardware is always changing to meet the needs of virtualization software, so it's tough to know which hardware to purchase. A leading virtualization expert explains processors, memory, compatibility and other considerations. Also inside: Get advice on how to buy hardware for virtual systems, and take a closer look at your storage needs. Explore the pros and cons of proprietary and nonproprietary storage arrays in your virtual infrastructure. Access >>>
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Keeping up with virtual data center compliance
by Danielle and Nelson Ruest
Virtual infrastructure provides an additional layer of complexity for organizations that need to maintain compliance. Learn how to follow the rules using today’s technology.
Storage arrays for virtualization: Proprietary vs. nonproprietary
by Stephen J. Bigelow, Senior Technology Writer
There are two options when it comes to storage arrays for your virtual infrastructure: proprietary and nonproprietary. Their similarities and differences will guide your decisions.
- Keeping up with virtual data center compliance by Danielle and Nelson Ruest
Hardware purchasing strategies for virtual deployments
by Rick Vanover, Contributor
Server hardware is changing rapidly to meet the needs of virtualization software, but which hardware should you buy? An expert explains processors, memory, compatibility and other considerations.
- Hardware purchasing strategies for virtual deployments by Rick Vanover, Contributor
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