Posts Tagged ‘ I/O Virtualization ’

Reinventing the Infrastructure for Virtualization and the Cloud

April 27, 2011
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Running VMware on legacy infrastructure is like driving a Ferrari on a gravel road. If you look at what is run in most production VMware environments today, the only really new things in the environment is VMware vSphere, and possibly some new monitoring, security and backup tools. We have barely started to reinvent everything that…

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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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Xsigo IT Survey Reveals Need for I/O Virtualization in Today’s Virtualized Data Center

October 21, 2009
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Xsigo IT Survey Reveals Need for I/O Virtualization in Today’s Virtualized Data Center

Given the potential cost savings, higher asset utilization, and performance and availability improvements of these emerging technologies. It is clear that I/O is going to be virtualized and that it will happen rather quickly.

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