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I delivered an instructor-led lab on Windows Server 2012 Storage at MMS 2013 yesterday (4/8), with a repeat scheduled for tomorrow (4/10) at 2:45 PM. You can find the details on this lab at http://www.2013mms.com/topic/details/WS-IL303
I used a few slides to comment on the contents of the lab, with an overview on the capabilities covered at the lab, including:
A few people in the lab asked for the slides, so I am attaching it to this blog post in PDF format. If you're at MMS, you can run this also as a self-paced lab. Look under the "Windows Server Labs" and find the lab called "Building a Windows Server 2012 Storage Infrastructure".
Also, if you're here at MMS, don't miss my talk tomorrow (4/10) at 8:30 AM on "File Storage Strategies for Private Cloud" at Ballroom F. The session code is WS-B309 and you can see the details at http://www.2013mms.com/topic/details/WS-B309
Thanks for the info.