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Windows Server 2012 R2 Storage Jump Start: New Choices

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IT leaders struggle with the costs and complications associated with data growth and are looking for new solutions and tools to help them scale and keep costs down. Come to this Jump Start to find out how the new tools in the R2 release of Windows Server 2012 can help you move workloads to less costly and more robust and scalable storage solutions. Learn more about Automated Tiering, Data Deduplication, Scale-Out File Server, shared VHDX files and Hyper-V live migration over the Server Message Block (SMB) protocol (SMB Direct and SMB Multichannel). This Jump Start assumes a familiarity with Windows Server 2012 storage concepts; take the Windows Server 2012: Storage course to learn more. And you’ll get the most out of the Jump Start if you’ve already taken this one: What’s New in Windows Server 2012 R2 Jump Start.

Instructors | Prabu Rambadran - Senior Product Manager; Rick Claus - Senior Technical Evangelist

Associated MVA Course(s) | Windows Server 2012: StorageWhat’s New in Windows Server 2012 R2 Jump Start

Course owner: Dean Of Colleges
01 | Storage Overview
9 Points -  Level 300
02 | New On-Premises Storage Options
9 Points -  Level 300
03 | Storage Management
9 Points -  Level 300
04 | Storage Protection
9 Points -  Level 300
05 | Getting Started
9 Points -  Level 300
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