Ken Cline’s Great vSwitch Debate

Probably old information for insiders, but Ken Cline recently finished his trilogy on “The Great vSwitch Debate”. In his vSwitch trilogy he addresses everything you allways wanted to know but were afraid to ask about vSwitches. In part 1 of his series he introduces the concept of a vSwitch, in part 2 he talkes about the security features available in the vSwitch and in part 3 he discusses the load balancing features that are available in the vSwitch.

I barely see articles of such a high standard. These articles instantaneously demonstrate Ken’s level of expertise and I recommend adding his blog Ken’s Virtual Reality to your RSS reader. 

His vSwitch articles are informative for each level of expertise, so be sure to read them:

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1 Comment on “Ken Cline’s Great vSwitch Debate”

  1. #1 Ken cline | 24seventechs
    on Apr 27th, 2011 at 8:12 pm

    [...] Ken Cline’s Great vSwitch Debate | Arnim van LieshoutProbably old information for insiders, but Ken Cline recently finished his trilogy on The Great vSwitch Debate. In his vSwitch trilogy he addresses … Probably old information for insiders, but Ken Cline recently finished his trilogy on “The Great vSwitch Debate”. In his vSwitch trilogy he addresses everything… [...]

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