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A lot has been written about HP's acquisition of 3PAR. I see it as a real game changer in our industry. This screencast explains why.
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Great video and speaks volumes! On a side note, what piece of software is this you are using as I'd love to get it so that I can brighten up my live and recorded white boards for our clients and reps.
Adam Wolfson |
November 24, 2010 at 12:13 PM
Can customers upgrade a F class to T class with out migrating the data? If not, what's the limitation? Also, How do 3PAR arrays re-balance (front and back end) when customers add new nodes and disk? How does 3PAR achieve multi tenancy if all the data is wide striped across all nodes? What kind of I/O isolation or Cache partitioning features do 3PAR arrays have to support multi tenancy? I see that you have virtual domains for customer interfacing and it looks pretty slick.
February 04, 2011 at 05:04 AM
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