Capo: Recapitulating Storage for Virtual Desktops

Fast and reliable data storage is something that organizations are prepared to pay a premium for, both in the capital costs of enterprise storage hardware and the operational costs of ensuring that important data is written to it. Interestingly, the deployment of virtualization has inverted the historical imperative that systems be configured to "Opt-in" to storing data on appropriate network shares instead of on less reliable locations such as local disks. While administrators used to have to work to configure applications to use enterprise storage, virtual environments simply store everything on it.

Provided by: University of British Columbia Topic: Virtualization Date Added: Dec 2010 Format: PDF

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