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A Data Center Fabric Is Critical to a Next-Generation Unified Data Center

A Data Center Fabric Is Critical to a Next-Generation Unified Data Center

The data center has gone through several major evolutionary changes over the past several decades, and each change has been defined by major shifts in computing. The shift to a virtual data center will be the single biggest transition in the history of computing. This transition will reshape all the major data center tiers: applications, storage, servers and the network. This paper examines the drivers of this transition, provides real-world case studies and includes data centre fabric best practices.

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