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Genie out of the bottle: best-in-class QoS with HP 3PAR Priority Optimization software

By Megha Shukla, 3PAR Product Marketing Manager, HP Storage


I was at a customer event a couple of days ago where the presenter was talking about the different software features that enhance HP 3PAR StoreServ. A few queries we made about HP 3PAR Priority Optimization software and its functionality. These customers were interested in understanding the difference that Priority Optimization can bring to specific scenarios such as consolidation of dissimilar workloads onto a single storage array. I thought you would be interested in understanding more about this too. Because, if you’re an over-worked IT administrator dealing with complex allocation of your storage resources (and wondering whether your quality of service can be maintained or not), HP 3PAR Priority Optimization can literally be the genie out of the bottle.



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.

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