Posts Tagged ‘ FCoE ’

IO Virtualization Approaches: VMworld 2010 Review

September 15, 2010
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IO Virtualization Approaches: VMworld 2010 Review

There seem to be three styles of IO Virtualization (IOV) taking place within the virtual environment. At VMworld, the IO Virtualization companies were out and talking to people about their wares, products, and approaches to IO Virtualization. These three methods are: * Converged Network Adapters used within Cisco UCS, HP Matrix, etc. * Attached IOV…

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VLANs/FCoE/CNA – Mixed Security Data on One Wire

December 2, 2009
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Over the past year or so I have been thinking pretty heavily about the direction networking is taking within virtualization. In some ways, it appears security has been forgotten or relegated to 'encrypt' and forget. However, it takes quite a bit of knowledge and time to properly set up the backbone of an 'encrypt' and…

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EMC/Cisco/VMware Vblock Reference Architecture – Some Storage Details Finally Emerge for Vblock 1

December 1, 2009
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The problem is that neither VMware, nor any disk array vendor has explicitly announced support for it.

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FCoE Update – The Good News and The Bad News

October 28, 2009
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The number one reason to adopt FCoE today is to reduce heat, energy, cable plant and space. Data center networks are converging, but are not converged.

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FCoE Passes a Major Milestone as NetApp is First to Market With Native FCoE

August 18, 2009
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FCoE is making rapid advances spurred on by NetApp, QLogic and others including CA, Cisco, DataDirect Networks, EMC, FalconStor, Finisar, HP, Infortrend, LSI, Microsoft, Promise Technology, and Symantec.

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