Around the Storage Block Blog
Find out about all things data storage from Around the Storage Block at HP Communities.

Say YES to simplified storage administration tasks

By Rashmi Malik, 3PAR StoreServ Product Manager

 

YES.jpegHP 3PAR StoreServ Storage support with Microsoft Windows PowerShell is NOW available—bringing you a powerful way to simplify management via the Microsoft Windows PowerShell environment.

Repetitive tasks are best managed by scripting. As a storage administrator, you are often challenged to manage various administrative tasks over a multitude of storage arrays and servers in your data center environment. Microsoft Windows PowerShell enables managing administrative tasks using commandlets that are .NET classes. To make management of these repetitive steps easier, we’ve recently added support for Microsoft PowerShell Support to 3PAR StoreServ via a toolkit that’s free to download.

 

 

How can HP 3PAR 7450c reduce your Oracle latencies by as much as 21%?

By Hasmig Samurkashian, HP Storage Solutions Marketing

 

Oracle database environments demand the highest levels of performance and availability. HP 3PAR StoreServ All-Flash Storage is an ideal fit for Oracle DB environments, not only for its high IOPS and low latency but also for its robust HA and DR capabilities.

 

DemartekJ.jpgNow a new report from Demartek shows 16Gb FC SAN reduces latency for Oracle 21% and 3PAR Express Writes reduces latency 10%. Read on for more performance details.

 

Thumbs up: students offer feedback on our 3PAR StoreServ Level III course

By Kelly Baig, Channel Manager for Education Portfolios, HP   @KellyBaigAtHP

 

3PAR Course.jpgA few weeks ago, we ran our first live session of our new Level III training course for HP 3PAR StoreServ storage administrators. We anticipated a good interest level because we knew that all-flash and performance tuning would attract attention. Now we’ve received some outstanding feedback and responses that I’d like to share with you. We got some very positive, constructive feedback from our students. Here's some of what they had to say.

 

Unclog your HP 3PAR StoreServ array with an HP StoreEver Tape-as-NAS solution

By Mark Fleischhauer, HP StoreEver Tape Storage Solutions Engineering Manager

 

WPJ.jpg

 

Ever wonder how you can keep up with all the data on your HP 3PAR StoreServ or any other inactive disk array? Do you know where it is or if anyone is even using it anymore? This kind of old, stagnant data clogs up an array and consumes valuable storage space.  

 

With an HP StoreEver tape-as-NAS (tNAS) solution working in conjunction with QStar Network Migrator, you can deploy a solution to help unclog your array. It provides everything you need to help you clean your array of old data—as you optimize your overall storage costs while minimizing disruption to your workflows. Let’s see how it works. Then dig deeper in our new technical white paper.

Ready to bring less risk, more ROI to your all-flash data center?

By Walter Tessmann, Sr. Product Line Manager, HP Complete, HP Storage

 

3PAR.jpegIntroducing a complete solution data protection over long distances from HP and Alcatel-Lucent

Is your enterprise ready to take the all-flash data center to the ultimate in high availability with geographically dispersed active-active data centers? As you head in that direction, oftentimes managing and acquiring the optical transport through a full solution can be a challenge.

 

To help you on your way, HP and Alcatel-Lucent have validated an end-to-end solution using HP 3PAR StoreServ storage and HP 3PAR Remote Copy software, coupled with the PSS 1830 Optical Switch from Alcatel-Lucent. With this optical switch, your data centers can replicate and stay up to date virtually in real time within 130KM (500KM very, very soon!) of distance with an L1 in-flight encryption option to minimize business risk. Here are more details.

 

Search
Showing results for 
Search instead for 
Do you mean 
Follow Us
Featured


About the Author(s)
  • 25+ years experience around HP Storage. The go-to guy for news and views on all things storage..
  • This profile is for team blog articles posted. See the Byline of the article to see who specifically wrote the article.
Labels
The opinions expressed above are the personal opinions of the authors, not of HP. By using this site, you accept the Terms of Use and Rules of Participation.