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vSAN Capacity Management and Monitoring Part 3
Hopefully, you’ve read the first two articles in this series: Part 1 and Part 2. We will continue the series in this article with some coverage of how vRealize Operations Manager expands on the capacity management functionality in vSAN and vSphere. Dashboards in the vSphere Client The latest versions of vSphere, vSAN, and vRealize The post vSAN Capacity Management and Monitoring Part 3 appeared first on Virtual Blocks.
Introducing Elastic vSAN
We have officially entered the next generation of storage in the VMware Cloud on AWS Service. Dramatically increasing the size and scale of workload that the service can support. While simultaneously introducing flexibility into the amount of storage assigned to a cluster. We call it Elastic vSAN; a fusion of VMware vSAN and Amazons Elastic The post Introducing Elastic vSAN appeared first on Virtual Blocks.
What’s New in vSAN 6.7 Update 1
VMware vSAN is the market leader in HCI. One of the many driving forces that has helped solidify this position, is the rapid and continuous pace of innovation. VMware has always given customers the power of choice, and this continues into the hybrid cloud era. VMware’s digital foundation gives customers the ability, and flexibility to The post What’s New in vSAN 6.7 Update 1 appeared first on Virtual Blocks .
What’s New with VMware vSAN 6.7
Introducing vSAN 6.7 vSAN 6.7 is here! This release offers features and capabilities that enable improved performance, usability and consistency. Significant improvements to the management and monitoring tools are also matched by lower level performance and application consistency improvements. vSAN continues to see rapid adoption with more than 10,000 customers and growing. A 600 Million The post What’s New with VMware vSAN 6.7 appeared first on Virtual Blocks .
New vSAN migration guide available!
Due to the number and variety of customers interested in, and indeed, deploying vSAN – questions come up all the time to do with migrations from existing infrastructures to a new one running on VMware vSAN, some of these are trivial, while others take a little planning. To make your migration journey to vSAN more The post New vSAN migration guide available! appeared first on Virtual Blocks .
What’s new for vSAN 6.6? [www.yellow-bricks.com]
Yes this may confuse you a bit, a new vSAN release namely vSAN 6.6 but it doesn’t coincide with a vSphere release. That is right, this is a “patch” release for vSphere but a major version for vSAN! It seems like yesterday that we announced 6.2 with Stretched Clustering and 6.5 with iSCSI and 2-Node Direct Connect. vSAN 6.6 brings some exciting new functionality and a whole bunch of improvements. Note that there were already various performance enhancements introduced in vSphere 6.0 Update 3 for vSAN 6.2. Anyway, what’s new for vSAN 6.6?
VMware VSAN: When good enough more than passes muster (via The Register)
Last week I attended SFD9 and the last session of the week was with VMware about VSAN 6.2. This is not a review of the product or an analysis about single features; there are plenty of them already. Instead I’ll talk about what a product like VSAN 6.2 means for the entire SDS/HCI market.