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I've heard mixed opinions about using FCoE. What's your take? Is it reliable enough yet, or does it still need time to mature?
Do you use mostly traditional Fibre Channel or FCoE devices in your organization, or a balance of both? What are the contributing factors? What would be the tipping point that would cause you to switch from using mostly one type over to the other? Also see: Will 2011 be the year of Fibre Channel...
How many of you are considering FCoE as a transition from Fibre Channel to Ethernet?