Architecting IT, formerly The Storage Architect is a blog discussing storage, virtualisation, cloud and all technologies used to deliver IT to business. Originally dedicated as a pure storage site, the increased integration of storage, servers, networking and applications has moved the focus of the site to delivering to business requirements.
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