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Enable Hybrid Cloud Mobility for your Application

We just released our first Reference Configuration (RC) in our series of RC’s we are working on dedicated to Hybrid Cloud Mobility. Containers and Kubernetes have given us the ability to make our traditional enterprise applications to become mobile. With HPE flexvolume driver support for Kubernetes, customers can easily migrate containers between on-prem and cloud…
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March 2, 2020 0

All you need to know about HPE Storage @VMworld 2019

VMworld 2019 is only a few days away, and I cannot be more excited to share some of the new integrations we will be showcasing and all the amazing technical sessions we have scheduled. HPE Nimble storage and HPE 3PAR have deep integrations with various VMware products such as vVols, VAAI, vRealize and SRM. This…
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August 21, 2019 0

HPE Discover 2019

If you happen to be at #HPEDiscover in Vegas next week, then you should come listen to me and Eric Siebert talk about our latest features and integration of the HPE Storage VMware ecosystem. We will covering topics such as VVols, Cloud, InfoSight and our updated plugins. Abstract VMware administrators deal with multiple consoles, information…
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August 20, 2019 0

HPE Aspire 2019

I will be in Orlando next week to present HPE NimbleStorage’s latest & greatest VMWare integrations. Will be talking about VMware Virtual Volumes and how you can leverage HPE Nimble Storage and VMware to migrate to the public cloud among others. Don’t forget to register @

May 14, 2019 0

An introduction to VMware SRM 8.2 & HPE Nimble Storage SRA 5.0.0

Today VMware release VMware SRM 8.2. This release is unique because it’s the first edition where SRM is now available as a preconfigured linux virtual machine/appliance running photon OS just like the vCenter Server appliance. SRM 8.2 will be available as an OVF template that can be imported into your existing vCenter environment that require SRM…
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May 9, 2019 0

3 Reasons for switching to HPE Nimble Storage H5 vCenter plugin

NimbleOS 5.1 just went IPR and with that we are excited to introduce the feature rich HPE Nimble Storage H5 vCenter plugin. The new plugin lets VMware adminstrators to access and manage 3 different functionalities from a single plugin within the vCenter. With the latest NimbleOS 5.1, the HPE Nimble Storage – VMware integration team,…
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April 12, 2019 0

What’s the difference?

I have often been asked the question about what’s the difference between HPE OneView, VMware VRealize Operations or HPE InfoSight. The three products might look similar on first glance, however when you look at them individually that’s when their difference start to appear. The three products may have some overlapping functionalities but are unique and…
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February 6, 2019 0

Moving VMware VVols to the Public Cloud using HPE Cloud Volumes

HPE Cloud Volumes (HCV) is a multi-cloud elastic storage service that provides the simplicity of native elastic cloud storage with enterprise-grade capabilities. As with the integration of VVols, HPE Nimble Storage is first again to introduce VMware VVol integration with the public cloud leveraging HPE Cloud Volumes. It’s now super easy to migrate VVol based Nimble…
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January 29, 2019 0

eVVolving with the latest NimbleOS 5.0

HPE Nimble Storage NimOS 5.0.x release and the Nimble Windows Kit 5.0 (GA) comes with numerous VVol capabilities. VMware vSphere Virtual Volumes (VVols) integration with HPE Nimble Storage is not something new. HPE Nimble Storage has supported VVols since NimbleOS 3.x release with VVol 1.0 and continues to expand on capabilities with VVol 3.0. Here…
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January 10, 2019 0

Welcome Readers !

I have always wanted to start a blog where I can share my experience and expertise with various virtualization, cloud and cutting edge technology I work on. This hopefully will help people find and learn new technology. My goal is to keep the blogs as technical as possible and help the audience make the right…
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January 10, 2019 0