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First Look at the Technical Preview of Pure Storage Cloud Block Store for Microsoft™ Azure
As you start to build your hybrid- or multi- cloud environment differences in storage capabilities across various private and public clouds become more and
Announcing the Pure Storage® FlashArray Management Extension for Microsoft® SQL Server® Management Studio
Today marks a significant milestone for Pure Storage as we announce the release of a new extension for Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS). This
Announcing the Pure Storage FlashArray Management Extension for Windows Admin Center
Today Pure Storage is excited to announce new integrated capabilities to simplify the management and operation of Microsoft applications and databases running
Get Pumped for Microsoft Ignite & Pure Storage!
Microsoft Ignite is just around the corner from November 4 - 8th in Orlando, FL, and Pure Storage is proud to be a Silver Sponsor in 2019. Make plans to stop
T-18 days to Pure//Accelerate 2019 — Check out the Microsoft Sessions!
18 days until the 4th Pure//Accelerate and it's jammed packed full of great sessions covering a ton of different new products, features and solutions. My team
Consistent API Experience for On-Premises and the Cloud
In my previous post I discussed how to achieve data mobility between on-premises and the cloud which focused on a Microsoft SQL Server production and dev/test
Update: Pure Storage PowerShell SDK 126.96.36.199
We have updated the PowerShell SDK to fix a bug with a few cmdlets returning incorrect return values. One example shown below uses Get-PfaArrayAttributes
New PowerShell SDK Release 1.13!
I am happy to announce a HUGE release of the PowerShell SDK, version 1.13. With this new release the version naming adopts the REST API version that is
CLI Scripting by Miranda Steele, Guest Blogger
I'd like to introduce my first guest blogger, Miranda Steele. Miranda works on our REST API and FlashArray programmability team. She is extremely knowledgeable
SQL Server Database Clones –> AWS Direct Connect –> AWS EC2
In August 2017 we announced the release of our >Hybrid Cloud with AWS and the demonstration in this blog is a follow-up to show how to leverage FlashRecover
Creating Volumes from Protection Group Sources (Part 2)
In Part 1 of creating volumes from Protection Group (PGroup) sources I discussed how to get a specific snapshot to use for a disaster recovery (DR) restore.
Creating Volumes from Protection Group Sources (Part 1)
When creating new volumes (Copy Volume) from a Protection Group snapshot the naming convention is the devil in the details. Below is an example using the