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HP VirtualSystem VS3 for Microsoft podcast at MMS

CartoonCalvin100X100.JPG By Calvin Zito, @HPStorageGuy

I spent the week in Vegas at NAB but I was able to pop over to the Venetian on Wednesday and spend the afternoon at the Microsoft Management Summit.  I had a post earlier in the week called HP at Microsoft Management Summit.  In this post, I have a couple of podcasts focused on the HP VirtualSystem VS3 for Microsoft.

 

In the first, I talk to Maribeth Marcello, the worldwide product manager for the VirtualSystem VS3.  Maribeth and I talk about positioning of the VS3 and what customers should consider it. 

 

Here's the first podcast with Maribeth:

 

 

You can download this podcast by doing a right-click and "Save as" here.  You can find all of my podcasts at http://bit.ly/ATSB-podcasts OR you can download all of my podcasts from iTunes by clicking here - it will open iTunes and allow you to download all of my recent podcasts.  If you have any issues with this second link, paste this into your browser: itpc://recordings.talkshoe.com/rss69339.xml.  "itpc" is a special format that opens iTunes and lets you download the podcasts from iTunes.

 

Next I talked to Dung Hoang - Dung is an engineer on the VirtualSystem team and was involved in building the MMS Hands-on-lab infrastructure that ran all the HOL during the event.  Dung had told me that they expected to have run 42,000 VMs in total and during the peak usage of HOLs, there were over 3000 concurrent VMs running on the VirtualSystem Monday morning just before lunch.

 

Here's the podcast with Dung.

 

You can download this podcast by doing a right-click and "Save as" here.  You can find all of my podcasts at http://bit.ly/ATSB-podcasts OR you can download all of my podcasts from iTunes by clicking here - it will open iTunes and allow you to download all of my recent podcasts.  If you have any issues with this second link, paste this into your browser: itpc://recordings.talkshoe.com/rss69339.xml.  "itpc" is a special format that opens iTunes and lets you download the podcasts from iTunes.

 

Here are a couple pictures I took of the Serverquarium that Dung and I were in during the podcast and of the VS3.

 

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EDITOR'S NOTE: This blog post has been re-published due to a technical issue.  The same post does appear twice on the blog.

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