Windows Storage Server 2012 on IBM System x
North America Storage Product Manager
Josh is a Storage Product Manager in the United States, with 15 years of experience with IBM and Lenovo in the commercial computing solutions field. He holds a degree in Electrical Engineering from Rochester Institute of Technology and a Masters of Business Administration from North Carolina State University. His areas of expertise include x86 high-volume servers and mid-range storage solutions. He holds several patents and regularly presents to customers on value-added solutions.
Microsoft Program Manager
Windows Storage Server
Scott has been messing with computers for 33 years, parlaying his favorite hobby into a career. Scott is the Program Manager for Windows Storage Server and the OEM Appliance OOBE deployment tools. He started his Microsoft career 18 years ago testing video subsystems on Windows NT. Scott has worked with OEMs on BIOS, firmware and compatibility issues in the Windows Hardware Quality Labs, designed IHV tools and websites, digital signature infrastructure, crafted logo program requirements for bus controllers, input devices, and USB, ATA and SCSI storage devices. Scott started work on Microsoft's NAS appliance platform offerings in 2006. He loves gadgets, wakeboarding and the Seattle Supersonics. Scott has an unbelievably supportive wife at home, two beautiful girls aged 2 and 7, a pair of 17-year-old cats and a 14TB NAS using LSI RAID 5 on Hitachi enterprise drives.
With the introduction of the Microsoft® Windows® Storage Server 2012 offering via the IBM® Reseller Option Kit (ROK) program, clients can now get customized unified storage solutions which precisely match their specific needs. Combined with the IBM System x® servers, powered by the latest Intel® Xeon® processors and pre-installed by an IBM Business Partner, Windows Storage Server delivers enterprise-class storage management technology in an affordable, all-in-one solution. It is a great choice for your business regardless of whether you are a first-time user of network-attached storage (NAS) or you are deploying advanced storage solutions.
By attending this webinar, you will learn about three deployment scenarios for Windows Storage Server 2012 on IBM System x hardware:
- Branch office file and print server
- Stand-alone unified storage server
- Highly available unified NAS gateway
Learn about key file-server technologies, including:
- Continuous availability for iSCSI, SMB and NFS
- SMB Scale-out application storage for Hyper-V VMs and SQL databases
- Storage Spaces
- Storage Provisioning and management using Server Manager and PowerShell.
Reserve your seat today!