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You’re invited to a marriage made in heaven for virtualization of mission-critical applications

Vish.jpgBy Vish Mulchand, Senior Director of Product Management and Marketing, HP Storage

 

All-Flash 3PAR StoreServ 7450 + 3PAR Priority Optimization Software + 3PAR Peer Persistence: a marriage made in heaven for virtualization of mission-critical applications

Yes, here we are in June! For us here at HP, June means HP Discover that is happening next week in Las Vegas. But it’s also a prime time for weddings – which inspires me to talk about the perfect union of the HP 3PAR StoreServ 7450 All-flash Array, 3PAR Priority Optimization Software and 3PAR Peer Persistence—and what role this combination plays in the virtualizing of your mission-critical applications.

HP 3PAR Peer Persistence: Persistent Ports

Diagram1.jpgBy Andre Carpenter, senior solutions architect, HP Technology Services  @andrecarpenter

 

Back in May of this year, I wrote about HP 3PAR Peer Persistence v1, prior to v2 being certified and released in July.  With version 2, VMware Storage Metrocluster (or vMSC), Peer Persistence v2 is now a fully certified Fibre Channel-based architecture for use in highly available scenarios in stretch VMware environments.  

It’s a different way for how storage architects and practitioners think about storage in a virtual data centre context and how RPO\RTOS are becoming more and more achievable through such developments. Whilst I will leave that topic for another day, I do want to continue this series of posts with its second part – Persistent Ports.

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