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Part 2: Updates to the X1000 and X3000 Network Storage families

Today I continue my discussion with Jim Hankins, the product manager for the X1000 and X3000; in the vlog, Jim gives a demo of the user interface and talks about what's new in Windows Storage Server 2008 R2.

Part 1: Updates to the X1000 and X3000 Network Storage families

In the first of two vblogs, today I talk to Jim Hankins the product manager for the X1000 and X3000.  I was recently in Ft. Collins and Jim gave me a tour of the lab and showed me all of the X1000/X3000 products. 

The Tolly Group finds HP NAS System Simple, Powerful and Highly Available

The Tolly Group has recently published an evaluation report on the HP StorageWorks X3820 Network Storage System.

Podcast - new X3000 HA Bundles

Podcast focusing on the new X3000 HA Bundles.

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StorageWorks Tech Day starting now

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If you don't follow me on Twitter, you may not be aware that we have a blogger event going in on Colorado Springs.  We've brought a number of prominent storage and virtualization bloggers and over the next day and a half, have a packed agenda.  The topics we'll cover include:

 

 


  • Storage virtualization for enterprise customers - virtualize infrastructure, not just servers

  • Shared storage for virtual servers (SMB-focused)

  • Unified storage

  • Deduplication

  • Converged Infrastructure

 

We'll also have hands on sessions and demos of the HP StorageWorks Enterprise Virtual Array (EVA), SAN Virtualization Services Platform (SVSP), and HP LeftHand.  Here's a list of who is here (the "@name is their Twitter user name):

 

 

I'm grateful to all of them for taking time out of their busy schedules to learn more about HP StorageWorks. 

 

I'll be blogging here about what is going on and hope to have a few podcasts later in the week. If you want to follow the conversation real-time, we'll be using the hashtag #HPTechDay on Twitter.  If you don't use Twitter, here's a URL where you can see all of the "tweets" using this hashtag: http://search.twitter.com/search?q=%23HPTechDay

 

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