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Without dynamic core network services, virtualization will be stalled. Dynamic DNS and DHCP, as well as IPAM, are necessary to manage the constantly changing addresses and configuration in a virtualized environment.
While cost and complexity concerns influence the decision to virtualize, the arguments against data center virtualization are getting weaker.
In this Q&A, Todd DeCapua of Shunra Software Ltd. discusses considerations for minimizing risk and maximizing benefits in a migration to cloud.
There's no silver bullet yet for complete soup-to-nuts public cloud migrations, experts say.
Hybrid clouds are gaining acceptance in the enterprise. With three ways to build a hybrid cloud, you need to know which integration method is best.
Talk about the emergence of hybrid cloud is real, but with few enterprises actually building hybrid clouds is the myth greater than reality?
Though often considered a solution for security-wary enterprises, hybrid clouds bring their own issues and familiar management challenges.
A continuation of Mich's response to a user's question about different types of joins.