I was provisioning some Compellent storage today for a a series of tests that I am working on that required 62 volumes per server on two different servers. These volumes are multi-pathed and although using the Compellent Storage Center GUI is easy and straightforward, completing this process would take a… Read More »Compellent Disk Management with PowerShell: Windows Server 2008 Disks
I contributed a couple of postings to the Compellent “Around The Block” blog this last week. These postings cover the new features in PowerShell v2 and how they can be leveraged with the Compellent Storage Center Command Set. Here are links to the postings: Part 1 Part 2 You can… Read More »PowerShell v2 & Compellent Storage: What’s New?
On June 10, Microsoft Press published the new “Windows 2008 Hyper-V Resource Kit” by Robert Larson and Janique Carbone. For the past year, Shane Burton a fellow Microsoft Product Specialist here at Compellent, and myself have been working with Robert and Janique on this project and providing content, particularly “Notes… Read More »Windows 2008 Hyper-V Resource Kit Now Available
Even though we had a number of technical difficulties, I really enjoyed the interview with Jon and Hal over at the Powerscripting Podcast. I was excited to listen to the playback to the interview which should’ve been available a few days after we recorded the live show, but the interview… Read More »The Case of the Missing Interview
I will be the guest for an interview on the Powerscripting Podcast, a Powershell podcast designed to help people learn Windows PowerShell. I will be on to discuss the Compellent Command Set for Windows PowerShell, our free offering for customers who want the ability to manage their Compellent Storage Center… Read More »Powerscripting Podcast