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FCW : April 15, 2014
VDI G t E B tt T Flash storage. Better graphics. G m C g GAME CHANGING ECHNOLOG O MEE AGENC MI ION SPONSORED REPORT VIRTUAL DESKTOP INFRASTRUCTURE DID YOU KNOW? • f s are now using some form of virtualization, and are running as many as 6 out of 10 workloads on virtual machines • M s f l s have installed virtual server solutions or are in the process of doing so • M - of federal agencies have fully implemented desktop virtualization, another third are in the process, and the final third are investigating it • l s p F priority technology for state CIOs • N l 0 of organizations with more than 250 B of virtualized storage are employing or plan to deploy a hybrid storage approach to meet storage demands of virtual servers NETWORK 2.0: VIRTUALIZATION TAKES HOLD Many organizations began virtualizing their networks several years ago, but new technology now allows network virtualization to reach new heights. he traditional network virtualization approach creates an instance of a physical network that can be operated and removed without touching physical assets. By adding oftware Defined Networking ( DN)---technology that separates the control and data planes of a network---it is much easier to control how data flows through the network. With this approach, network administrators can move virtual resources throughout the network and reconfigure the network as needed to optimize applications. ecurity also is enhanced; DN allows network administrators to dynamically encrypt tra c flows, better protecting sensitive information. It's an up-and-coming technology in all sectors, including government. One recent study found that 65 percent of government I respondents are familiar with DN and 58 percent of those familiar with it expect it to become a viable option in their organizations within a few years. Another study found that 34 percent of federal I professionals plan to adopt DN within two years. It's already taking o . he Energy Department's Energy ciences Network (E net), which generates large data flows, is looking to DN to better direct those flows to the most e cient network tier. he Defense Department also is moving in the direction of DN, along with other agencies.
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