Optimizing the Network and Management Architecture for Virtual Environments
Data center architecture is a crucial component of an enterprise virtualization strategy. Virtualization technologies produce new demands on network and management systems to deliver better performance, provisioning and monitoring. That drives the need for strategically redefined architectures, capable of supporting advanced productivity goals.
Technical Overview Session
Networking; Storage / Backup; VMware Infrastructure; Virtualization Platform / Hypervisor
Eugene VonTaube( EMCCorporation )
Von Taube is a recognized authority on enterprise architecture and networking strategies. A pioneer in the field, he worked on early routing systems and defined architectures for Internet and DC infrastructures. He has implemented MPLS, application acceleration, and converged networks, and has designed network architectures for Fortune 500 corporations and telecom providers. Von Taube has numerous publications to his credit and served on the Presidential Committee for the Information Superhighway. He is a frequent speaker at industry events and is a visiting lecturer at Northeastern University, Boston University, and Oxford University.
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