Sun Microsystems' N1400V switch

Thursday, 9 March 2006, 12:30 AM EST

While other vendors in the L4-7 application switching market have been concentrating on application-oriented features such as acceleration, security, and protocol-specific switching, Sun Microsystems has been quietly working on virtualization. In addition to traditional network-based failover capabilities, its recently released N1400V now also supports virtual failover capabilities. Instead of an all-or-nothing scenario, one set of virtual services can fail over to a second switch while the others keep running.

At Network Computing.

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