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FCoE and VMotion – the Perfect Relationship

- August 14, 2008 - 1 Comment

Just read the following article published by Mario Apicella from Infoworld. Mario’s article espouses the value of FCoE in providing storage connectivity ubiquitously to a host. When coupled with an application such as VMotion that demands perfect state synchronization not having to move a huge runtime image speeds the move. Having all of the servers connected to a common infrastructures overcomes the addressing and segmented connectivity challenges imposed by a SAN island architecture.Mario- appreciate your testing, and validation that what we have here is a technology that is not only easy to use and real, but is also adding value to virtualization and VMotion.dg

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  1. Doug,In addition to the virtualization advantage perfectly described in Mario's article, it also doesn't hurt that VMotion now has 10G of bandwidth available to copy the VM state from point A to point B. A big advantage over a dedicated 1G link commonly used today.Brad

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