Up and down the stack: Secure Multi-Tenancy

Many infrastructure technologies are aligning beyond simple network, storage and server technologies. If you haven’t given attention to Secure Multi-Tenancy, it may be time to do so. Even if just to defend your opposition.

Recently, a partnership between Cisco, VMware, and NetApp to deliver Secure Multi-Tenancy (SMT) is causing quite the stir in today’s infrastructure circles. SMT is a multi-tiered collection of abstraction layers for servers, storage, and networking infrastructure components. Basically speaking, SMT is a consolidated set of infrastructures based on VLANs, virtualized networking with Cisco Nexus technologies, and NetApp’s Multistore storage separation technology.

Read the entire post online at TechRepublic.



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