In this video I will show you how to setup Veeam to use snapshots from an HP P4000 SAN. This is using the SAN Infrastructure module within Veeam 6.5. Get your copy of Veeam today here. http://www.veeam.com/cloud-backup-vmware-hyper-v.html?utm_source=everythingshould&utm_medium=banner&utm_campaign=cloudbackup
Here is what I have woken up to for today. This is the first time I have seen this. I rebooted the node to see if it would revive the missing disks, but no go. Waiting for HP support to Continue reading HP P4000 Storage issue for Monday
I am right now rebuilding my virtual lab to start doing some new testing. Took some time off to get a clear head and fresh start to the new year. So stay tuned for some new stuff. I will be Continue reading Rebuilding Virtual Lab
In this video we will be creating a volume on the P4000 VSA to be used as an iSCSI volume for our ESXi hosts to use as a datastore. In a previous video we installed and configured the P4000 VSA’s Continue reading Volume Creation and iSCSI Setup of HP P4000 VSA – Video
In this video we are going to setup and configure the HP P4000 VSA and get it ready for use in our vSphere environment. This same setup can be carried over into physical HP P4000 (Lefthand) storage nodes.
I am currently working on building a 2 datacenter scenario all running under VMware workstation 9. This will include a four node HP P4000 VSA multi-site cluster, four ESXi5 hosts, vCenter, and two PFsense firewalls using openvpn to connect both Continue reading Nested Virtualized Datacenters (VDC) using metro stretched cluster
Something I have been thinking about for a few years of doing and also using for a POC solution I would be interested in finding out if anyone else has thought of this and/or even tested or implemented. This could Continue reading Thought of the day 08-16-2012
vMSC (vSphere Metro Storage Cluster) using HP P4000 Lefthand iSCSI storage. VMware KB: Implementing vSphere Metro Storage Cluster using HP LeftHand Multi-Site.
Currently working on designing a stretched cluster that will include vMSC (vSphere Metro Storage Cluster). We are currently designing around OTV between 2 sites with Cisco Nexus 7k’s at each site. We will be deploying several HP Blade servers in Continue reading This weeks virtualization task