A startup company is considering an HPE Nimble solution. They have a small IT budget, and they need to be future-proof for changing performance requirements. How does the Nimble architecture meet the company needs? (Select two.)
You are designing an HPE 3PAR replication solution for a customer in a metropolitan area that includes two main sites and a third disaster recovery site. The main sites will be in synchronous replication. The disaster recovery site can be asynchronously replicated.
What are two points you should highlight to the customer? (Select two.)
A customer has an HPE Nimble Storage array. They plan to add a second HPE Nimble Storage array to their existing group.
What is the expected write behavior to a volume once the new array is added to the same pool as the existing array?
A customer has three 4-node HPE 3PAR arrays. Two of the arrays are deployed at a primary site, and the third array is deployed at a disaster recovery site. Both arrays at the primary site are replicated to the single array at the disaster recovery site.
All replication is asynchronous periodic. All arrays are utilizing 4 RCIP links for replication.
The customer needs to add a third array at the primary site. They would like to use the existing array at the disaster recovery site as a replication target for this additional array.
What must the architect consider to meet this customer requirement?
A customer needs to setup specific replication bandwidth requirements to limit the bandwidth between HPE Nimble Storage replication partners, which is different than the bandwidth requirements to another Replication Partner.
Which Bandwidth parameter should the customer use?