Tag Archives: Scale-Out File Server

Manage Storage Space Direct from Virtual Machine Manager

In a previous topic, I shown how to implement a Storage Space Direct on Windows Server 2016 TP2 (it is almost the same thing in Technical Preview 3). In this previous topic I created Storage Pool, storage space and some share from Failover Clustering console. In this topic, I’ll show you how doing the same operation from Virtual Machine Manager Technical ...

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Whitepaper: Implement a highly available private cloud to host virtual machines

For some time I write a whitepaper about how to implement a highly available private cloud to host virtual machines. On this day of Christmas, I have finished and published it. You can download it from this link. This whitepaper explains how to implement a Private Cloud with Windows Azure Pack in high availability from scratch. So I talk about ...

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Use Scale-Out File Server with Virtual Machine Manager

Scale-Out File Server (SOFS) is a new feature of Windows Server 2012. This feature provides a file service for application (such as Hyper-V) in an active/active cluster thanks to SMB 3.0. Because this feature uses the Failover Clustering feature, some disks must be connected to each node to convert them in Cluster Share Storage (CSV). These disks can be connected ...

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