The second part of a series, examining and demonstrating the creation and management of Storage QoS Policies. This segment features Single Instance Storage QoS policies and covers the entire process from creation, application, modification and deletion of Storage QoS policies.
TechNet RadioNov 20, 2013 at 1:00PM2
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Dan Stolts welcomes back Jose Barreto to the show as they discuss what’s new in SMB for Windows Server 2012 R2. Tune in as they chat about all of the new features and functionality for Server Message Block (SMB) and how these improvements will affect your datacenter. [2:10] SMB 3 offers some new…
At [10:05] Symon Perriman meets with Hector Linares, a Senior Program Manager on the System Center team, to talk about new storage capabilities in the upcoming System Center 2012 R2 Virtual Machine Manager. Hector first gives an overview of the major storage enhancements and how they support the…
This important session covers key considerations regarding Storage Capabilities and Resource Management. Matt and Symon will compare and contrast how Microsoft and VMware leverage such technologies as iSCSI, Fibre Channel, and different approaches to VM Disks. [03:49] - Storage capabilities [18:09]…
This segment in the Storage Replica series looks at how to reverse replication direction across all three Storage Replica scenarios: Server/Server (S/S)Cluster/Cluster (C/C)Stretch ClusterIt also shows the expected states of the volumes involved and the availability of data with a reversal of…
This third post in the Storage Replica Series shows a complete end-to-end walkthrough of configuring and managing Storage Replica in a Stretch Cluster configuration across two geographically separated datacenter locations. TechNet page to step by step directions:…
This short segment features one approach that ECG CAT Team PMs developed to create a backup of single or multiple Storage QoS policies and subsequently recover those policies. Using Get-StorageQosPolicy -Name <StorageQoSPolicyName> | Export-Clixml -Path <Path> creates an object-level…
DevRadioNov 28, 2012 at 10:30AM0
Abstract: In today’s episode Michael Palermo welcomes fellow Evangelist, Jeremy Foster to the show as they discuss Storage and how it applies to your Windows Store Apps. Check out codeSHOW on CodePlex! Next Steps: Step #1 – Download the Tools for Windows 8 App Development Step #2 – Download Visual…