HP Virtual Connect FlexFabric Cookbook latest release

The purpose of this Virtual Connect Cookbook is to provide users of Virtual Connect with a better

understanding of the concepts and steps required when integrating HP BladeSystem and Virtual

Connect Flex-10 or FlexFabric components into an existing network.

 

The scenarios in this Cookbook vary from simplistic to more complex while covering a range of

typical building blocks to use when designing Virtual Connect Flex-10 or FlexFabric solutions.

Although these scenarios are shown individually, some scenarios could be combined to create a

more complex and versatile Virtual Connect environment, such as the combined use of Shares

Uplink Sets (SUS) and vNet Tunnels. Or Active/Active networks for North/South traffic flows, such

as iSCSI or VDI, while also having the primary network traffic configured in a separate Shared Uplink

Set with Active/Standby uplinks.

 

It is a great technical white paper and can be accessed here:

http://h20628.www2.hp.com/km-ext/kmcsdirect/emr_na-c02616817-5.pdf

 

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