TechEd 2013 Storage Related Sessions

Last week in New Orleans , Microsoft presented their new solutions based on Windows Server 2012 R2.  Microsoft message to their customers is that they can deliver enterprise class storage with commodity hardware.  Tiering, caching, optimization for the commodity hardware.

  • Transform the Datacenter with Server and Management Innovations from Microsoft  PPTX   Video
  • Understanding the Hyper-V over SMB Scenario, Configurations, and End-to-End Performance   PPTX   Video
  • Windows Server Storage for Non-Windows Clients (Including Apple OS X, Linux, and VMware)   PPTX   Video
  • Shouldn’t All of Your Storage Be Highly Available?   PPTX   Video
  • Practical Implementation of Windows Server 2012 Storage Technologies   Video
  • Building Hosted Clouds Using Windows Server 2012 R2  PPTX   Video
  • Storage Management: Spanning the Enterprise to Low Cost Scalable Solutions   PPTX   Video
  • Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V Storage Performance   PPTX   Video
  • Cluster in a Box in 2013: How Real Customers Are Making Their Businesses Highly-Available with Windows Server 2012  PPTX   Video
  • StorSimple: Enabling Windows Azure Storage for Enterprise Workloads    PPTX  Video
  • VDI Smackdown 2013 Edition    PPTX   Video
  • Upgrading Your Private Cloud with Windows Server 2012 R2   PPTX  Video
  • Deploying Windows Server 2012 R2 File Services for Exceptional $/IOPS  Video
  • Reduce Storage Costs with Data Deduplication   Video
  • Monitoring and Managing the Network and Storage Infrastructure with Microsoft System Center 2012 – Operations Manager   PPTX  Video
  • Storage and Availability Improvements in Windows Server 2012 R2   PPTX  Video
  • Storage Spaces: What’s New in Windows Server 2012 R2  PPTX   Video

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