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6 easy steps to in-service virtual connect migration with HPE OneView 3.0


bigstock-Abstract-speed-motion-in-highw-105056843-small.jpg In other articles, I discussed new features that make HPE OneView the industry's most advanced infrastructure automation engine such as the Global Dashboard and integrated remote support. The Global Dashboard delivers effective infrastructure management and allows users to view their infrastructure across data centers in multiple locations around the globe. 

With the integrated remote support feature, HPE OneView monitors the health and status of your infrastructure 24/7. This means that in the event of a hardware failure, service related hardware alerts are automatically logged with HPE call centers 

The third new feature in HPE OneView 3.0 is the In-service Virtual Connect migration feature.

With In-service Virtual Connect migration, HPE BladeSystem customers can make an easy transition to HPE OneView. In fact, customers’ virtual connect infrastructure migrates to HPE OneView 4 times as fast with zero downtime. This migration process is fast because four virtual modules of infrastructure can migrate at once. 

In six short steps, users can experience In-service Virtual Connect migration. First, navigate to the online enclosure area. Second, select the add enclosure option and fill in the template. Include credentials, and choose test compatibility. Lastly, click the add button. HPE OneView creates server profiles automatically, and networks and uplinks migrate automatically. 

If you are looking for one more reason to choose HPE OneView, consider the In-service Virtual Connect migration feature. This feature allows customers to transfer virtual connect managed networks and profiles to HPE OneView 4x’s as fast and without disruption.  For more information on the migration to HPE OneView, watch this video.


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