Best Practices Deploying Microsoft Storage Spaces Direct.

In Cloud Computing, IT Strategy, IT Support Guides, Servers, Virtualization, Windows by Guest Author

Storage Spaces Direct

Introduced in Microsoft Windows Server 2016, Storage Spaces Direct (S2D) is Microsoft’s new software-defined storage solution that allows enterprises to create logically defined storage volumes across hosts using locally attached storage. With the release of Windows Server 2019, it has continued to mature and is an even more powerful solution. … Read More

Network Resource Availability and Data Integrity

In Servers, Windows by Glenn Thomas

Part 2 of our Network Remodeling / Redesigning / Restructuring services series In my previous post Active Directory Design, Optimization, and Automation we discussed how your organization’s Active Directory design acts as the core system in which most other network functions stem from. In this post Network Resource Availability and … Read More

Using PRTG to monitor Windows Server Backup

In Monitoring, Servers, Windows by Jesse Rink

Using PRTG to monitor server backups

While PRTG (available at http://www.paessler.com) has many cool sensors available out-of-box for monitoring valuable network and server related data, unfortunately, it doesn’t have an easy way to monitor the Windows Server Backup service on Windows 2008 R2 and Windows 2012 R2 servers. Today, many small and medium businesses, and even … Read More

Network Remodeling / Redesigning / Restructuring Services – Overview

In Networking, Servers, Windows by Glenn Thomas

network remodeling overview

This multi-series blog post will be an overview of Source One Technology’s network remodeling/redesigning/restructuring services. This series will give you insight on the network management tools and protocols Source One Technology uses, how future maintenance costs are actually reduced, and how your network infrastructure can easily adapt over the course … Read More