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02
July, 2009

Is It Still Too Early for FCoE?

There has been some good chatter going around concerning FCoE (Fibre Channel over Ethernet) from both
 
02
July, 2009

And Now for Day 3 of Cisco Live!

So day 3 is in the books.  It was pretty much a continuation of day two with some very good sessions.  Some better than expected, others not. Deploying Virtual Desktop Infras . . .
 
01
June, 2009

Have you tried the new Celerra VSA?

While at the Carolina VMware Summit on Friday, which was excellent, I had a conversation with someone from EMC that I work with frequently.  He mentioned that EMC was really tryin . . .
 
30
March, 2009

Fault Tolerant Networking and the EMC Celerra

A common topic that comes up when implementing a new Celerra for a customer is how to configure networking.  What's the point of five nines of uptime if your networking isn't reli . . .
 
16
March, 2009

Avamar and VMWare

The great thing about virtualization is that it makes servers so easy to provision.  On the other hand, if you're the guy doing backups is that a good thing?  Unrestricted, serve . . .
 
02
March, 2009

How do I buy Avamar?

Most people won't argue that storage requirements in most organizations are growing.  I think it comes back to the old fear of deleting any data, even if you know it's obsolete.  . . .
 
02
February, 2009

About Rainfinity GFV

Let's continue on our discussion of the Rainfinity offerings from EMC!  Here at Varrow we love all things virtualization and the GFV, Global Fi . . .
 
19
January, 2009

EMC Celerra Autoextending Filesystem Video Demonstration

Continuing on with the video demonstrations I have prepared one showing the Celerra's autoextending filesystem feature.  This feature lets you set high watermarks on a filesystem . . .
 
19
January, 2009

Just a note when changing the hostname on a Celerra…..

So I was playing with SRM in our new Charlotte lab.  I must say, it's nice having a couple of EMC Celerra NS20s all to yourself.  Anyway...I hit a problem with the SRA when confi . . .