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I/O Consolidation in the Data Center

by: Gai Silvano & Desanti Claudio

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Retail Price: $59.95

Publisher: CISCO PRESS,23.09.09

Category: Cisco Level:

ISBN: 158705888X
ISBN13: 9781587058882

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Summary
Using Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE) and related technologies, data
centers can consolidate data traffic onto a single network switch, simplifying
their environments, promoting virtualization, and substantially reducing power
and cooling costs. This emerging technology is drawing immense excitement,
but few enterprise IT decision-makers and implementers truly understand it.
I/O Consolidation in the Data Center is the only complete, up-to-date guide to
FCoE. FCoE innovators Silvano Gai and Claudio DeSanti (chair of the T11
FCoE standards working group) systematically explain the technology: its
benefits, tradeoffs, and what it will take to implement it successfully in
production environments. Unlike most other discussions of FCoE, this book
fully reflects the final, recently-approved industry standard. The authors also
present five detailed case studies illustrating typical FCoE adoption scenarios,
as well as an extensive Q and A section addressing the issues enterprise IT
professionals raise most often.