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8/31/2011 00:23 AM EDT
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selinz   8/31/2011 5:23:48 PM
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VMware has been pretty useful in our mixed Linux Windows environment. Creating a virtual LAN within another LAN without different hardware would seem to provide a great benefit to large organizations.

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chanj0   8/31/2011 4:02:38 PM
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One of the biggest concerns of corporation in VMs is network security. The network packet in and out of the VMs can be seen at the hardware node. Is VXLAN going to address this concern? How do they achieve better security that is required for multitenant cloud environments?

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