iSCSI Software Target 3.2 FAQ

Here it is! The iSCSI Target team has compiled a great FAQ to kick off the new release.  Checkout these entries and if you have additional questions click the little link below to send me a message and we will continue to build on the FAQ. We hope you are enjoying the nirvana of Windows…


Dell releases the NX3000 based on Windows Storage Server 2008!

Dell has launched their new storage appliance that is powered by Windows Storage Server 2008!   This is a great example of what can happen with a partnership of Microsoft with a server manufacturer.  Windows Storage Server 2008 with a PowerVault!  Now that is a winning combination! I love the clean messaging, “Built-in efficiency to manage…


Windows Storage Server 2008 Appliances Hit the Street!

The first Windows Storage Server 2008- based products have just released from HP this week, here is an excerpt from their blog: “The new HP StorageWorks X1000 and X3000 Network Storage Systems enable customers to easily manage and optimize their storage capacity by consolidating file and block data into a unified storage solution. These new…


Announcing Windows Storage Server 2008!

Wow!  It is finally here!  It has been a labor of love for me and I am very pleased to announce the availability of Windows Storage Server 2008. We have been working on the engineering to produce these editions of Windows for over two years and it is mind-boggling just how many details and thousands…


A Brief History of Windows Storage Server Releases

Here is a very brief outline of the history of the Windows Storage Server product line and a feature breakdown for each edition.   Storage Server Release Timeline Once upon a time, right around January 2002, Microsoft saw a trend that has yet to stop: the massive growth of electronic data, far from unlimited storage…


Welcome to the new Windows Storage Server blog!

Hi there! I’m Scott Johnson, Program Manager for the Windows Storage Server product line.  We have many cool things going on in the Windows Storage Server team that need to be talked about, so we decided to kick off this blog!   For starters, here is a rundown of the key features of a Microsoft Windows…