Tag: SMB 3.0

Cisco UCS supports RoCE for Microsoft SMB Direct

Hardware, Microsoft, Microsoft Azure, PowerShell, Virtualization, Windows Server • One Comment

As you may know we use SMB as the storage protocol for several Hyper-V deployments using Scale-Out...
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Violin Memory Scale-out Memory Platform with SMB 3.0 Integration

Hardware, Microsoft, Microsoft Azure, Virtualization, Windows Server

If you are looking at Storage vendors for Hyper-V you really need to have a look at a storage solutions with SMB 3.0 integration. Because...
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EMC – SMB 3.0 is the Future of Storage

Microsoft, Microsoft Azure, PowerShell, Virtualization, Windows, Windows Server • 2 Comments

At the moment I am working in a lot of customer cloud deployment projects and the huge topic at the moment are networking and storage. In...
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Hyper-V over SMB: Scale-Out File Server and Storage Spaces

Hardware, Hosting, Microsoft, Microsoft Azure, PowerShell, System Center, Virtualization, Windows Server • 4 Comments

On some community pages my blog post started some discussions why you should use SMB 3.0 and why...
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Hyper-V over SMB: SMB Direct (RDMA)

Hardware, Microsoft, Microsoft Azure, PowerShell, Virtualization, Windows Server • One Comment

Another important part of SMB 3.0 and Hyper-V over SMB is the performance. In the past you could use iSCSI, Fiber Channel or FCoE (Fiber...
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What is Hyper-V over SMB?

Hardware, Hosting, Microsoft, PowerShell, System Center, Virtualization, Windows Server • 7 Comments

With the release of Windows Server 2012 Microsoft offers a new way to store Hyper-V Virtual Machine on a shared storage. In Windows Server...
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Geekmania 2012 Recap

Events, Microsoft, System Center, Virtualization, Windows, Windows Server • One Comment

Last Friday I had two session at Geekmania 2012, a the conference for real geeks. Together with...
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