February 27, 2013
NVMe and SCSI Express are emerging, defining specs for SAS- and SATA-compatible PCIe SSDs. We spoke with Mike James of SanDisk to learn more.
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There are three VAAI primitives in vSphere 4.1 -- Full Copy or Copy Offload, Block Zeroing and Scalable Lock Management. The fourth primitive, Thin Provisioning Stun, made it to the vSphere 4.1 General Availability release but remains hidden -- for now. Continue Reading
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Leah Schoeb of Evaluator Group discusses whether the emerging SCSI Express and NVMe standards will have an impact on PCIe flash adoption. Continue Reading
Learn how to directly attach a virtual machine to a physical storage device by using pass-through disks in a Hyper-V environment. Continue Reading
Brien Posey explains some of the ways Hyper-V can restrict SCSI pass-through disks, and details to remember when using them in a virtual environment. Continue Reading