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Interesting TechWise TV episode on virtualization

October 23rd, 2008 · 2 Comments · CISCO, virtualization

The folks over at TechWise TV just posted an interesting video on virtualization, and its effect on the Data Center. They broke down a couple key challenges of virtualization – Policy Enforcement, Security in a virtual environment, Management, Automation and the change from network plumbing to fabrics. At the core of the message, is the [...]

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Link Love – Blogs that linked to me this month

September 30th, 2008 · 2 Comments · virtualization, wordpress

To the following blogs linked to me in their articles this month, Thank you. Tom Ludwig at pointed out quite accurately that I wasn’t explicit on the public release date for the 1000V. Thank you Tom for pointing that out – Minor confusion about the release date of Cisco‚Äôs Nexus 1000V Scott Lowe at [...]

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Measuring and mitigating risk involved with sharing virtual infrastructure between DMZ and Internal environments

September 9th, 2008 · No Comments · hyper-v, virtualization, vmware

Ivan Pepelnjak over at IOS Hints and Tricks wrote a post about DMZ VLAN leaking that got me thinking. He writes about “the VLAN leaking myth” and how it encourages clients to utilize physically separate network infrastructure in the DMZ’s. Now first things first, I wouldn’t call VLAN leaking a myth. At one time it [...]

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