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Articles by Elizabeth Harrin
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VXLAN is one way to take your network above the tag limit of the traditional VLAN. But is it right for you? Elizabeth Harrin demystifies overlay technologies.
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Virtualization solves many problems at the server and application layer but it does open up holes in the network that must be secured.
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