Issue OverviewVirtual Data Center - July 2010, Vol. 24
In this month's issue, learn about why virtualization has been hyped as the answer for data center growth. Learn about how consolidation can solve some of the challenges associated with running more workloads. Also inside: Concerns about compliance have made companies wary of storing their data in public cloud environments. Get the skinny on private cloud services and what you need to know before you sign on the dotted line with a provider. Access >>>
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Managing virtual data center growth and virtualization challenges
by Stephen J. Bigelow, Senior Technology Writer
With careful testing, planning and management, virtual data center growth doesn't have to be an issue, even with problems that crop up with some virtualization technologies.
Mixing and matching virtualization platforms
by Mike Laverick
Using multiple virtualization platforms allows you to avoid vendor lock-in, but it can be difficult to bridge and manage technologies from different virtualization vendors.
- Managing virtual data center growth and virtualization challenges by Stephen J. Bigelow, Senior Technology Writer
Understanding cloud compliance issues
by Phil Cox, Contributor
Concerns about compliance have made companies wary of storing their data in public cloud environments.
- Understanding cloud compliance issues by Phil Cox, Contributor
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