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Tech OnTap Newsletter September 2010

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HighlightsSeptember 2010
Cisco UCS Remote Access Lab
vCloud Director and NetApp
Exchange 2010 on VMware
VMworld 2010 Recap
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Note from the Editor

This month, we are highlighting some of the solutions that NetApp featured at VMworld 2010. Learn how to deploy Exchange 2010 on VMware®, find out about NetApp integration with vCloud Director, and discover the key role that NetApp® and VMware play in the Cisco UCS Remote Access Lab.

Running Exchange 2010 on VMware
Scott Salyer, Lead Architect for Microsoft Solutions, VMware

Running Exchange 2010 on VMwareThe key to success with Exchange on VMware is getting performance and HA right. Learn about proper resource allocation on ESX hosts and the best ways to deliver high availability using VMware and NetApp capabilities. Support strategies are also discussed.

Tips from the TrenchesNetApp VMworld Demos
VMware vCloud Director and NetApp
Abhinav Joshi, Reference Architect
Wen Yu, Sr. Technical Manager, VMware

VMware vCloud Director and NetAppvCloud Director pools virtual infrastructure resources and delivers them as catalog-based services. Learn how NetApp works with it.

Didn't make it to VMworld SF?

Be sure to check out all the recorded demos about NetApp in virtualized and cloud environments. They're posted on NetAppTube.

See Demos
Admin ResourcesCommunity Spotlight
Cisco UCS Remote Access Lab
Jeff Silberman, Technical Marketing
Engineer, Cisco

Cisco UCS Remote Access LabThis state-of-the-art testing lab helps both customers and partners succeed with UCS. See how NetApp storage facilitates operations.

Join NetApp at
Oracle OpenWorld 2010

Let us show you how to leverage NetApp with Oracle® to deliver not just a storage platform but a storage efficiency solution.
Recap of VMworld 2010 SF
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