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Finding the right storage for server virtualization implementations
This article is part of the Pulse issue of March 2013
For organizations considering server virtualization, underlying storage infrastructure is a highly important component. While it's true that your chosen storage mechanism must have adequate space and be secure, there are also a number of other considerations specific to storage for server virtualization. This article will explore some of the more important factors. Learn more about improving storage for server virtualization environments Considering storage for server virtualization? Here's how to choose the best option for your business Using server virtualization technology and virtualized storage in a health care setting Although not an absolute requirement, organizations looking to virtualize their servers should consider investing in shared storage, which is a storage pool accessible from multiple host servers. Shared storage is important because, at the present time, it is required for Windows Failover Clustering and for live migrations. Live migration technology allows a virtual machine to be moved from one host server to...
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