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Maintaining the Health of Your Virtual Network

"Mobility of VMs, easier replication for disaster recovery, and faster restore capabilities will require that the network is kept in tip-top shape.”

We can't stress this enough, keeping your network healthy is vital to getting the most value from your server virtualization investment. Read this VMware-commissioned white paper that has deep relevance for your own strategy:
  • First and foremost, think of virtualization as a strategy rather than a technology. It’s not like upgrading to the latest server architecture—instead, deploying server virtualization offers a new way of thinking about IT resources and business process.  
  • Optimize your environment before virtualizing…consider the applications/data that need to be available and protected the most, those you could live without for a day and those you might actually want to archive.
  • Be aware of the impact that virtualization can have on servers, networks, storage, and staff.

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