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Distributed Virtual Data Center Dynamic Resource Allocation and 24-7 Application Uptime

Source: Sanbolic
Today’s business processes place high demands on IT infrastructure, and the answer often is integration of software and hardware resources. Now you can integrate by separating: divide logical processing and storage resources from the physical hardware on which they run, and help make virtualization a powerful tool for improving your data center’s flexibility, reliability, and use—while reducing cost of management.


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