Original post from Dell TechCenter global.
Microsoft has added a number of new features and capabilities to Windows Server 2012R2, as well as updated many as well.
Dell PowerEdge servers, such as the Dell PowerEdge R620 and R720, support Windows Hyper-V, and Dell also offers the Hyper-V role installed (if selected during purchase) when a server has a factory-installed OS (http://en.community.dell.com/techcenter/b/techcenter/archive/2013/11/21/the-top-5-reasons-to-buy-a-dell-factory-installed-oem-operating-system-when-you-purchase-a-new-dell-server.aspx ).
Dell PowerEdge servers can take full advantage of these new capabilities. Storage QOS was developed to prevent any single VM or set of VMs from taking over all the storage bandwidth used by the VHDs in a server.
Read the complete blog here.
Dell recently published a blog, where they explained Clustered Storage Spaces support with PowerEdge VRTX. Please be aware that Dell not supports Storage Spaces on VRTX because it’s uses a shared RAID Controller.
To read more about the requirements for Storage Spaces please consult MSDN and read blogpost “How to Configure a Clustered Storage Space in Windows Server 2012”
Please remember, if you want to run your cluster on a shared RAID (maybe for Hyper-V) or Direct Attached Storage you need to configure it in Windows registry. You can find my PowerShell Script, to configure it here.
To read the original Dell TechCenter blogpost, please click here.
Thank you Paul giving me advice on my mistake 🙂