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HP Storage integration with Windows Server 2012

Headshot 100X100.jpgBy Calvin Zito, @HPStorageGuy  

 

Yesterday I did a podcast introducing Microsoft Windows Server 2012 (WS2012).  Today I want to dive down into some of the storage integration we have with WS2012.  I have four videos, each is pretty short, that will give you a good picture of that integration. 

 

First up is a short video that gives an overview. This is with Parissa Mohamadi - Parissa is our Microsoft Solution Manager for HP Storage. 

 

 

The remaining three videos are demos.  I'll embed them here but I suggest you watch them on YouTube and watch a the HD version. 

 

Storage space reclamation with UNMAP

 

 Link to HD version of this video on YouTube.

 

Offload Data Transfer (ODX) with HP 3PAR

 

 Link to HD version of this video on YouTube.

 

WS2012 storage management user interface

 

Link to HD version of this video on YouTube.

 

I actually have one more video that is a single video with embedded links to these four videos.  I had seen another video on YouTube that had 4 videos embedded that you could click on to see each video - so I copied the idea with this video. 

  

 

Lastly, yesterday we did an HP TechCast, my show that I co-host with Jeffery Powers (@geekazine), focused on the WS2012 announcement.  We had some great guests and a great conversation around what is cool about WS2012.  As soon as that's available, I'll post it here - so watch for that. 

 

In the mean time, you can get more information about HP Storage and WS2012 at www.hp.com/storage/windows.  

Comments
yangjbenjin | ‎03-13-2014 10:05 AM

hwo to operatio on the 3par ss7400 for ms 2012 ODX?

I power on the vitule machine in hype-v by ms 2012 at the same time,the vitule number is 100. the file of vitule machine in the 3par ss7400.the ss7400 has 16 SSD 100G drivers.the CPG is raid1,the vv is 1T.

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