CHAPTER 13 Data Center and Virtualization
In the previous chapter, we talked about how the amalgamation of voice and data into a single circuit is a goal for many organizations’ internetworks. As more and more data, voice, and video cross the network, there will be a larger demand for storage. Unfortunately, conventional means of data storage—disk arrays and tape backups connected to the server—just aren’t enough to keep up with the task. ...

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