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Hitachi USP/USP-V and HP XP12000/24000 Compared

Alzhy
Honored Contributor

Hitachi USP/USP-V and HP XP12000/24000 Compared

First of all -- are my comparisons and equivalence correct?

Hitachi USP/Tagmastore == HP StorageWorks XP12000
Hitachi USP-V == HP StorageWorks XP24000?

If I have been working mostly on Hitachi Centric HP XP Storage Arrays using ComamndView/XP and CommandView/XP - are the management tools practically the same on teh Hitachi -- albeit named differently? is it Hiatchi Storage Navigator that is used to manage these Hitachi arrays?

From a conceptual view --I know they're the same. I am just curios with teh management interface. I worked with a Hitachi 9960 and XP1024 and no doubt - LUN Manager is the same for both.

For BusinessCopy/HORCM -- I know it is exactly the same.

Hakuna Matata.
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Johan Guldmyr
Honored Contributor

Re: Hitachi USP/USP-V and HP XP12000/24000 Compared

Hey!

I thought they were called like Rxxx in Hitach lingo, but maybe that is an internal name..
Alzhy
Honored Contributor

Re: Hitachi USP/USP-V and HP XP12000/24000 Compared

Nope it is not.

Am just actually curious if the USP series is managed via Storage Navigator as well (which is how the 95XX and AMSS line - which we have are). And how it compares to CommandView/XP and CommandView/AE.

Pretty sure though if one is adept with the XP series -- there should be no difference quickly adapting to the real McCoys... the HItachi frames.


Hakuna Matata.
banjo67xxx
Occasional Contributor

Re: Hitachi USP/USP-V and HP XP12000/24000 Compared

R600 is the internal codename for the Hitachi USP-V HP XP24000 and other arrays in the same range.

The Hitachi 95xx/AMS range are managed either using Storage Navigator Modular, or Hitachi Storage Navigator Modular 2, whereas the 99xx/USP/VSP ranges are managed with Storage Navigator.

You can manage everything with Device Manager if you want (BTW, Hitachi Storage Navigator Modular 2 has a similar look and feel to Device Manager)