Biswapati Bhattacharjee

Intel Purley Platform Day 0 Readiness for vSAN

Intel Purley is launched today and you can read about it in Intel website here. With that, we also include new &#rsquo;vSAN ReadyNode Generation&#rdquo; in our vSAN VCG listing. If you go to vSAN VCG, you will find a new entry &#rsquo;Gen3 – Xeon Scalable&#rdquo; in addition to the previous generation. If you need to

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HPE Synergy – the first composable infrastructure – now certified for vSAN

Introduction: vSAN continues its journey of growth with more than 7,000 customers have chosen to entrust their most important workloads to vSAN. To support this journey, we are committed to work with our partners and enable the next generation hardware platform for our mutual customers. Composable infrastructure is the next generation platform customers are adopting

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Cisco UCS C3260 Storage Dense Configuration for vSAN – 96 TB per node

One more feather in the cap of vSAN ReadyNode configuration. We now have certified Cisco UCS C3260 storage dense configuration for vSAN. You can now achieve up to 100TB of storage per node with this ReadyNode. You can see the vSAN VCG listinghere.

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M.2 SSD as Boot Device for vSAN

In this blog, I would like to provide some guidance for M.2 form factor SSD as a boot device in the vSAN environment. I mentioned in myearlier poston vSAN ReadyNode that we do not need any certification for a boot device in vSAN. We have a nicely written KB article which talks about boot device

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What you can (and cannot) change in a vSAN ReadyNode™?

Overview vSAN has taken the Hyper-Converged Infrastructure (HCI) market by storm and more than 7,000 customers have now adopted vSAN with thousands of deployments, confirming its position as the leading product in hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI). One of the consumption models of vSAN software is ReadyNodes and today we have more than 200 ReadyNodes listed in

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