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Ethernet 311: Plumbing for Clouds:Overlay Protocols for Multi-Tenancy

Manoj Wadekar, QLogic & Anoop Ghanwani, Dell
Plumbing for Clouds: Creating data centers that allow multiple tenants to share physical resources offers efficiency in resources but also presents challenges of how to share the resources and how to interconnect them. This webinar is meant for any company that is facing the challenges of multiple tenants sharing common resources. It will discuss the network problems associated with multi-tenancy, review several pre-standard solutions that can be deployed, as well as update the audience on the status of current standardization efforts. It will review the applicability of the IEEE 802.1 Bridging standards and possible extensions to support multi-tenancy. If you are dealing with or planning to implement a multi-tenant solution you will want to attend this informative webinar.
Aug 28 2012
54 mins
Ethernet 311: Plumbing for Clouds:Overlay Protocols for Multi-Tenancy
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