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Virtualization meets its organizational limit

November 23, 2010 No Comments

We’ve been staring a simple truth in the face for a few years but generally trying to ignore it because the implications are big.  That truth: If we are to get the most out of highly virtualized, cloud-ready environments we are probably going to have to rethink the way parts of IT are organized.

Virtualized environments, after all, blend compute, storage, network and even application resources.  While you can manage that using traditional infrastructure teams organized by technology stack — and most seem to be doing just that — it isn’t optimum.

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