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Virtualization podcast series - part 3

 By Calvin Zito, aka @HPStorageGuy


This is the third podcast in my series about virtualization.  In part 1, I talked with Jeff Hausman HP StorageWorks Vice President of our Unified Storage Division about virtualization across the infrastructure and how that fits into the HP Converged Infrastructure.  In part 2, Jeff took these concepts and made them real with several examples in our portfolio.   In the latest in the series, I talked with Jeremy Sherwood, VP of Sales and Operations from Opus Interactive about how they've used virtualization in the data center and specifically his experience with the HP StorageWorks P4000 SAN Solution (formerly known as HP LeftHand).

 

(Editor's note: On April 27, I changed to a new embedded player.)

 

 

 

 If you have any difficulties with the embedded player, click here to listen to the podcast.  You can also download the MP3 file (9MB) by right-clicking here and save the MP3. 

 

I wanted to again thank Jeremy for taking time out of his day to talk to me - I think the customer perspective is always a valuable aspect and I hope you find this podcast useful.

 

(Editor's note: This article was updated on July 30 to fix formatting errors as a result of our blog migration and to take advantage of a new podcast player)

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