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X9000 IBRIX application notes you can use

CartoonCalvin100X100.JPG By Calvin Zito, @HPStorageGuy

Just before our holiday break started Tim Thomas, one of my X9000 IBRIX technical specialists, sent me an email pointing to a few X9000 Network Storage System application notes so today I have a short post to point you at these. 

 

I was pretty focused on going to Las Vegas to watch the Boise State vs. Arizona State bowl game there and didn't have a chance to look at these.  While I'm still off until next week, I did take a look at these and thought they'd be helpful so here they are.  The titles are self-explanatory:

 

Not to put any pressure on them but the X9000 IBRIX team has told me they're very interested in blogging about their products so I'm looking forward to getting their help to bring you some of that content in the New Year. 

 

Speaking of the New Year - I hope you had a great Christmas (or Hanukah) with your loved ones and that you have a safe and enjoyable New Year.  See you in 2012!

 

Labels: IBRIX| storage| X9000
Comments
Richard Bemrose(anon) | ‎05-18-2012 08:45 AM

Thank you for providing links to the various application notes.

 

I am also looking forward to reading the X9000 Ibrix team's blogs.  Any further updates?

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