Implementing the IBM Storwize V5000 Gen2 (including the Storwize V5010, V5020, and V5030) with IBM Spectrum Virtualize V8.2.1
An IBM Redbooks publication
Published 26 April 2019, updated 01 August 2019
IBM Form #: SG24-8162-04
Authors: Jon Tate, Jack Armstrong, Tiago Bastos, Sergey Kubin, Hartmut Lonzer, Danilo Miyasiro, Rodrigo Suzuki
Organizations of all sizes face the challenge of managing massive volumes of increasingly valuable data. But storing this data can be costly, and extracting value from the data is becoming more difficult. IT organizations have limited resources but must stay responsive to dynamic environments and act quickly to consolidate, simplify, and optimize their IT infrastructures. The IBM® Storwize® V5000 Gen2 system provides a smarter solution that is affordable, easy to use, and self-optimizing, which enables organizations to overcome these storage challenges.
The Storwize V5000 Gen2 delivers efficient, entry-level configurations that are designed to meet the needs of small and midsize businesses. Designed to provide organizations with the ability to consolidate and share data at an affordable price, the Storwize V5000 Gen2 offers advanced software capabilities that are found in more expensive systems.
This IBM Redbooks® publication is intended for pre-sales and post-sales technical support professionals and storage administrators.
It applies to the Storwize V5030, V5020, and V5010, and to IBM Spectrum Virtualize™ V8.2.1.
Table of contents
Chapter 1. Overview of the IBM Storwize V5000 Gen2 system
Chapter 2. Initial configuration
Chapter 3. Graphical user interface overview
Chapter 4. Storage pools
Chapter 5. Host configuration
Chapter 6. Volume configuration
Chapter 7. Storage migration
Chapter 8. Advanced host and volume administration
Chapter 9. Advanced features for storage efficiency
Chapter 10. Copy Services
Chapter 11. External storage virtualization
Chapter 12. RAS, monitoring, and troubleshooting
Chapter 13. Encryption
Appendix A. CLI setup and SAN Boot
Appendix B. Terminology
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