Release: HP P4000 Lefthand SAN/iQ v9

HP P4000 Lefthand SAN/iQ v9 is out and available for download.

Check out the following links:
http://www.hp.com/go/p4000
This is a great link for information and other links, all related to P4000 Lefthand products.

http://www.hp.com/go/p4000downloads
This is an easy link to get the latest downloads as well as instructions on how to get patches, etc.

I’ll be putting together some more “What’s New” information and posting that soon.

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I have over 18 years helping small to large enterprise businesses nationwide with their enterprise storage, backup and recovery, disaster recovery and system virtualization solutions. He holds numerous storage and virtualization certifications and has personally delivered over 300 complex enterprise solution implementations. He has been privileged to speak at various national events on the topics of datacenter virtualization, end-user virtualization, hyper-converged infrastructure and disaster recovery.

2 thoughts on “Release: HP P4000 Lefthand SAN/iQ v9

  1. I’ve set up 2 P4500’s for work, and think the SAN/IQ platform is very good. I’ve been trying to find out though, can you just download the SAN/IQ platform by itself?

    I know you can use VSA to build an ESX virtual SAN, but I want to install the SAN/IQ software on physical servers with internal storage and manage them with the CMC to cluster the internal storage together.

    (Basically build a P4000 without using HP hardware)

  2. They used to have this option several years ago but it is no longer available (discontinued). The only option that’s close to what you mentioned is the VSA, like you stated.

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