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New Microsoft Storage Best Practices for Hyper-V & SQL Server: SMB 3.0 and Scale-Out File Servers

Greg Schulz, Founder, StorageIO
Published: September 2014
Duration: 42:36
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Key points of the webinar

  • Introduction into software defined storage management
  • Server and storage I/O in converged and hyperconverged architecture
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2 and Scale-Out File Servers
  • Role of SMB 3/0 for Microsoft storage I/O networking
  • Scaling with stability for Hyper-V and SQL Server


What is the trick to supporting growth for your Microsoft environment without breaking your budget, or causing performance problems? Scale-Out File Server (SOFS) is the Microsoft solution for enabling a flexible, scalable resilient data infrastructure supporting Windows, Hyper-V and SQL Server environments.
Watch this webinar with Greg Schulz, Founder of Server and StorageIO to learn how to scale with stability of Microsoft SOFS environments including:

  • Explore SOFS issues, challenges and opportunities
  • Scaling SOFS with flexibility and resiliency
  • Leverage RAM and flash SSD as a write-back cache
  • Server side PCIe, SAS and SATA storage options
  • Stretch your budget further using less hardware
  • Flexible networking with your server and storage
  • Boosting performance and increasing flash SSD life
  • Reduce your data footprint impact with deduplication

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