Application Delivery Meets Virtualization

With the virtualization craze sweeping the data center and the CTO’s office, the question has emerged: What can’t be virtualized? That’s one topic of discussion this week at the Interop conference in Las Vegas, where a panel of experts from networking vendors discussed the limits of what virtualization can achieve and where the promise of porting all data center operations to the cloud falls flat. ServerWatch takes a look.

LAS VEGAS — Application Delivery Controllers (ADCs) are increasingly becoming available as virtualized appliances, but do they actually work?

It’s a question tackled by a panel of vendors here at the Interop conference — including Certeon, Blue Coat, F5, Citrix and A10 – that debated the merits and limitations of virtual ADCs.

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