Webex Recording–‘Install & Run the EMC VNX VSA in a vSphere Lab’

Just a quick post to let you know that the recording of the webex session I took the other day on how to “Install & Run the EMC VNX Virtual Storage Appliance” is now available from the EMC site here (60 minutes in length).  This session provides some high level background on how the EMC VNX hangs together along with the quick and simple step by step process for installing and configuring the VNX VSA.  I also discuss installing the EMC Virtual Storage Integrator (VSI) plugin for VMware vCenter towards the end of the session and demonstrate how to install and configure it.

This session will be of interest to anyone running a VMware vSphere lab environment either at work or home.  Thanks again to everyone who attend the original session last week, I hope you found it of use.

EMC VNX VSA

Useful Links:

EMC UBER VNX VSA – More information & Download (Nickapedia)

EMC Celerra VSA  – More information & Download (Nickapedia)

Webcast Recording – Install & Run the EMC Celerra Virtual Storage Appliance (VSA)

Running your own EMC Celerra ‘Uber’ Virtual Storage Appliance (VSA) in your vSphere Lab – Part 1

Installing the EMC Celerra UBER VSA in your VMware vSphere Lab – Part 2

 

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  • Sam John

    The play video button is not available when you go to view the video. Only view PDF button is available.

  • Rsilva

    Hi Simon, is it possible to post new links for the VNX vsa?

    thanks

  • Munna

    Hi Simon, your Webex Recording of this topic will be very much required for every new comers of virtualization, please post your webex video somewhere else so that we can download it.

    Thanks
    M.M.Rahman Munna

    • http://techhead.co/ Simon Seagrave (TechHead)

      Hi there,

      Unfortunately it looks like the original WebEx recording has been removed, I have spoken to the team that recorded it at EMC though it looks like it may have been deleted for good (all recordings get removed after a period of time apparently), that said, due to the level of interest in it I intend to do a new updated recording that I hope that may be of use.

      Keep an eye out on the TechHead site for this recording (not ETA as yet) and other related EMC VNX VSA content and how-to guides.

      Thanks,

      Simon