In the traditional virtualized data center, physical host servers interconnect with each other and with storage devices over separate networks: Ethernet for application data communications, Fibre Channel (FC) for legacy storage area networks, and iSCSI for next-generation storage. This worked well in an environment where every change was managed by a skilled network engineer, coordinated to ensure that modifications to the network don’t disrupt other applications. But in the modern ...

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