Windows Server 2008’s Hyper-V has been in public beta for a while now and lots of people have been experimenting with it.
One aspect that I am focusing on is storage for those virtualized environments and more specifically the options related to SAN storage.
This includes directly-attached storage (SATA, SAS) or SAN storage (FC, iSCSI).

In the post, I look at the many ways to exposed storage to the Hyper-V hosts and guest, including pros and cons of each approach.


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Jose Barreto