Month: July 2015

How Nutanix works with Hyper-V and SMB 3.0

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In my previous blog post I discussed a bit about software defined options using Hyper-V https://msandbu.wordpress.com/2015/07/28/software-defined-storage-options-for-hyper-v/ and that Windows Server is getting alot of good built-in capabilities but lacks the proper scale out solution with performance, which is also something that is coming…

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Software defined Storage options for Hyper-V

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As I see that Hyper-V gaining more and more traction, I also see that we are in the need for better storage solutions around it. Now Microsoft has Storage Spaces which came in 2012 and introduces features like Dedup as well. Problem with…

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New award – Veeam Vanguard

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Received some good news today, (Which I have known for quite some time) but it is only now that I am allowed to talk about it I have been quite active regarding Veeam on my blog and much work related since I am…

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Getting started with Microsoft Advanced Threat Analytics

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This is something I have been meaning to try out for a while, since the preview release at Ignite. Advanced Threat Analytics is a new software from Microsoft (which comes from a purchace Microsoft did a while back) but it focuses on some…

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Citrix Netscaler and support for next generation web traffic protocols like SPDY & HTTP/2

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Now with the ever growing pace of internet traffic, we are being faced with one challenge, an old protocol which is over 15 years old now and is now way any shape to continue in this race, and yes the one I am…

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