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Storage Foundation for Windows and Microsoft for Hyper-V, Displace VMware? See what Jerome Wendt says…

Created: 18 Jun 2009 • Updated: 11 Jun 2014 • 1 comment
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Check out DCIG lead analyst Jerome Wendt's new series of blog posts talking about Veritas Storage Foundation for Windows and Server Virtualization.

Part 1: Veritas Storage Foundation for Windows Looks to make Server Virtualization a Two-Horse Race
"Part 1 of this three part series examines how file based server virtualization operating systems have failed to address high availability and performance requirements of certain applications and how Symantec Storage Foundation for Windows is addressing that in Microsoft Windows Hyper-V."

Part 2: Veritas Storage Foundation for Windows Achieves Path and Storage Management Breakthroughs in Server Virtualization
"Part 2 of this three part series examines how moving Storage Foundation for Windows into the Hyper-V parent provides enhanced path and storage management functionality for Hyper-V child VMs."

Part 3: Veritas Storage Foundation for Windows Delivers a Big Step Forward in Automating Hyper-V Storage Management
Part 3 in this three part series examines how moving Storage Foundation for Windows into the Hyper-V parent addresses some current issues around thinly provisioned volumes as well as how Symantec keeps the licensing for Storage Foundation for Windows attractive.

Jerome Wendt is the President and Lead Analyst of DCIG Inc., an independent storage analyst and consulting firm. Since founding the company in 2006, Mr. Wendt has published extensively in data storage publications and journals covering all facets of storage.

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links are dead... pls verify.. 

 Cheers !!!

CJS

 

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