About

David BerminghamDavid Bermingham is SteelEye’s Director of Product Management. He is one of the visionaries behind the company’s core high availability and data replication technology and a key player on the DataKeeper for Windows product development team.

David has over 20 years experience in IT with experience in the educational, health-care and finance industries.  David’s past IT experience in the trenches of IT gives him the knowledge and insight that allows him to communicate effectively with IT professionals who are trying to address real concerns around business continuity, disaster recovery and regulatory compliance issues.

David is a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer with certifications in Windows NT 4, Windows 2000, Windows 2003 and Exchange Server 2003.  He is an active participant in the Microsoft newsgroup community and is currently very involved in Hyper-V, Windows Server 2008 Failover Clustering and all things related to cloud computing availability.

The phrase “Clustering for mere mortals” was originally coined by the  Elden Christensen, Senior Program Manager for Microsoft’s Windows Clustering and High Availability Team.  Simplifying Failover Clustering in Windows Server 2008 was one of Microsoft’s main goals and I have to say that they really have made great strives to accomplishing their goal.  I hope to provide some insight into this great product and give you some advice from the field as I work with customers deploying Windows clusters.

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    1. daveberm says:

      No, each VM must reside on its own volume. As of today I do not know of any host based replication solution that supports CSV. Some of the array based replication solutions support CSV, so check with you hardware vendor to see if they can help you.

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