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HP Storage and Windows Server 2012 Learning Live Event with Parissa Mohamadi

Windows Server 2012 delivers significant new functionality in the area of storage management, which expands the storage options available to implement a cloud-optimized environment. Windows Server 2012 has many new storage features and enhancements including: offloaded data transfer (ODX), thin provisioning, data deduplication, server message block (SMB), comprehensive storage management, and cluster-shared volume (CSV).


Converged infrastructure built with HP Converged Storage enhances the efficiency, simplicity, and agility of your Windows Server deployment so that you can start the journey toward optimizing capital and operational expenses

-          Efficiency: Double storage without doubling storage, 7X faster copy operations, more efficient deduplication. HP Converged Storage features industry leading deduplication and thin technologies to ensure that you get the most out of your storage capacity by reducing data duplication and eliminating the need for over provisioning.


-          Agility: Support unpredictable mixed workloads, resiliency to faults and service disruptions. HP Converged Storage offers federated, scale-out software that enables massive scalability, ease of migration, and dynamic, non-disruptive workload rebalancing across systems.


-          Simplicity: Dramatically reduce administration time to provision infrastructure and applications in minutes. HP Converged Storage is easy to deploy and manage with best of breed provisioning, tiering, and change management to make system administration autonomic—meaning you don’t have to think about it.


HP Offers a range of Converged Storage solutions to address your specific needs.


HP 3PAR Storage

-          HP 3PAR Storage is the only storage platform that can meet the demands of the modern data center. With a range of models, HP 3PAR Storage delivers the efficiency and agility required by virtual, cloud, and IT as a service (ITaaS) environments.



HP LeftHand Storage

-          The perfect fit for small environments with virtual servers and client virtualization. You can scale capacity and performance simply and precisely to grow with your business.


HP X5000 Storage

-          The industry’s first active-active, clustered-controller, file-serving appliance built on Windows Storage Server. Delivers easy-to-use and highly available file services by leveraging the Windows Server 2012 Cluster-in-a-Box feature


HP StoreOnce Backup

-          HP StoreOnce Backup overcomes the gaps left by early deduplication technologies. It is the first federated deduplication solution in the industry to provide leading disk-based backup for the full spectrum of IT environments, from small, remote sites to large enterprises.


HP Reference Architectures and HP VirtualSystem for Microsoft

-          A portfolio of precision-tuned Converged Systems and Services that help harness the power of virtualization that provides an accelerated path to agile and efficient virtualized application solutions.


To learn more about HP Storage and Windows Server 2012, join us for our next Learning Live event October 10, 8:00am US Pacific Time. This event will include a live webcast from HP Expert Parissa Mohamadi, Microsoft Solution Manager in HP Storage. A Q&A will follow Parissa’s webcast.

William Fitzpatrick | ‎10-03-2012 02:34 AM

Will the P4000 devices support iSER (iSCSI RDMA extension) in the future?

Xani | ‎10-10-2012 03:14 PM

Dear William Fitzpatrick:


Plans are subject to change, but at this time, P4000 is not planning to support iSER (iSCSI RDMA extension) in the future.


Best regards,


Coffee Coaching Team

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