Cloud Networking Reflections

December 8th, 2010

As I ponder upon the many assertions I have made in my blogs in the past year, I know the reality of my assertions is much more pertinent! So lets take a walk down the 2010 memory lane to judge how I really fared with my 2010 predictions.

Prediction #1:
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The definition of clouds continues to be both an evolving and important era in IT. Unlike the static and well-defined enterprise world of the past decades, the nature of resources and applications are more dynamic depending greatly on compute needs, workloads and user access....

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We live in contradictory times of double-dip recession predictions and giddy evaluations (well done – 3Par Data!). So I am often asked for my views and predictions on the networking and industry evolution.

What is clear to me is that customers are investing ...

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The rise of server virtualization has generated an exponential increase in virtual machines (VM), and in the associated virtual switches (vSwitch) used to manage them at this new network access layer. Yet the methods and tools available to operate and coordinate this new virt...

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