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VirtualboyTV.com: Hyper-V and NetApp – Demo Part I

VirtualboyTV.com: Hyper-V and NetApp – Demo Part I

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Straight into the 2nd video of this 4 part series:

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In the second of this 4 part series, we set up and configure a NetApp storage backend, to be used with a Hyper-V R2 Cluster.  We install and configure the system using NetApp System Manager, and walk through Volume and LUN creation, and more...

Duration: 16m 19s

As always, you can grab the download, and more from the VirtualboyTV site.

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  • Excellent videos Matt.

    Really enjoyed watching them, the Quick Setup on the iSCSI is pretty cool  =D

    Whilst watching this video I noticed that in NetApp System Manager the volumes were created first and then the LUNs created within them. This process can be shortened down by just creating the LUN using System Manager, it will do the creation of the volume for you and also calculate the necessary space for SnapShots as well.

    Great Blog btw.

  • Hi Jason,

    Thanks for the comment - I was letting the NetApp guys drive these demos, so I'll let them know they aren't being as efficient as they could be!

    I've just published a few Remote Desktop Services videos, so your mate Mr Stringfellow should set aside some time to see what the fuss is about! http://edge.technet.com/Media/1-Windows-Server-2008-R2-Remote-Desktop-Services--The-Series-P1/

    Cheers mate,

    Matt

  • Excellent, I'll take a look at those.

    See you next week  =D

  • Introducing such a topic you'd like to congratulate you've let us know. Have good work.

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