My lecture about S2D at 3rd SysOps/DevOps meetup in Wrocław.

Recently I’ve bitten quite hard into Storage Space Direct (S2D) Hyper-V clusters. Surprisingly I was also asked to prepeare some lecture on the SysOps/DevOps 3rd meetup and as at that time I was preparing to upgrade my MCSA to 2016, lecture about S2D was quite a good idea as it was covering some materials.

Here is me showing how good piece of an idea it was ^^

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Here it is (might be harder for those who do not know Polish language ^^):

I added some pieces of information post factum, here they are:

  1. In Windows Server 1709 it is possible for data to migration from capacity tier back to the performance tier, operations that decide when this happen are writes – not reads – more about it >> here <<
  2. I told that there is no place showing associations of cache drives to the capacity drives – well I was wrong at that time, no longer than 2 days after the meetup I’ve found out this mavelous article by Jan-Tore Pedersen – thanks Jan! ^^

I am happy I had opportunity to hand over a copy of own book, this was my first time I was actually signing something to someone and this person was not a police officer and the paper was not a ticket, YAY!

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Book about ConfigMgr 1706 by me and Jacek Doktór.

Last year happened that me and my MVP colleague – Jacek Doktór wrote a book together. If you are interested in buying please visit Microsoft store as prices on Amazon seems to be a bit higher.

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One copy of this book has been handed over to a lucky man who answered my PowerShell question at the 3rd meeting of SysOps/DevOps in Wrocław

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…where I was talking about Hyperconvergent Hyper-V S2D cluster (link to a movie and presentation soon) ^^

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My another marvelous colleague Mateusz Czerniawski was talking about all the PowerShell magic for testing and maintaining your infrastructure (for him also movies and presentations soon available ^^). BTW Matusz is a speaker on the upcoming PSConf.eu! Woo-Hoo!

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