Are you looking for additional ways of efficiently managing your HP ProLiant servers that have ESXi installed? Read on to learn more about monitoring vSphere hosts and alternatives for managing your HP hardware.
Automation is a great thing and can save you a lot of time if used correctly. Some times a manual approach is preferred tho, and that’s probably the reason why you are viewing this article. The instruction described in this article will enable you to upgrade your HP StoreVirtual nodes one-by-one instead of by Management Group.
During my career, I have been using LeftHand/StoreVirtual hardware very often and really liked the stability and flexibility of the product line. I would like to share my experiences with the virtual version of this iSCSI SAN solution as it can prove to be a valuable tool during your IT operations.
Who is surprised to see server hardware with multiple 1 or 10Gbit NICs nowadays? Hardware keeps evolving, allowing higher capacities of compute power, network and storage. How do you coop with that and what possibilities do you have?
Today the enterprise roadshow by VMware and HP was held at Park Plaza Airport in Lijnden, the Netherlands. This post sums up the highlights of this day.
This post is dedicated to the deployment of HP Insight Control for vCenter, an addon for VMware vSphere and storage administrators that need more insight in their systems or more control using a single tool.
It seems HP has delayed their release of LeftHand OS to the 30th of November, as stated on their StoreVirtual page:
So, some more days to wait. I want vSphere 5.5 support! =]
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