Michael Haag

Introducing vSAN 6.6.1 and New Operational Savings

Today, VMware vSphere 6.5 Update 1 became generally available. With this update we are excited to announce vSAN 6.6.1, which adds even more new features on top of the major vSAN 6.6 release that launched only a few months back. Hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI)powered by vSAN will now benefit from even lower operational costs and accelerated

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vSAN Hits Another Gear with New Intel Xeon Processor Scalable Family

Do you still need that extra push to join the thousands of organizations adopting hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI)? Looking for one more reason to convince your management team to modernize your data center? We are here to help you &#rsquo;hit the refresh!&#rdquo; Today Intel revealed the new Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processors. We are excited to announce

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Demonstrating Highly-Available, Stateful Apps on Docker

Another great DockerCon event is complete, and we enjoyed showing off the latest VMware solutions for containers and cloud native applications. One question that we fielded from a number of attendees was around how to run stateful applications with Docker swarm mode, vSphere, and persistent storage. If you are also struggling with this question and

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New Mechanism for Unleashing vSAN Innovation

A major advantage of vSAN is that it is natively integrated with vSphere—in fact it&#rsquo;s the only vSphere-embedded storage solution available! As a result of this architecture customers benefit from management simplicity, high performance and a natural way to evolve to HCI. But up to now, that tight relationship also meant that vSAN releases were

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vSAN Got a 2.5x Performance Increase: Thank You Intel Optane!

Today, March 19th Intel announced the Intel® Optane™ SSD DC P4800X—the first flash device built on the much-anticipated 3D XPoint technology. This is exciting news for vSAN customers, since—as a result of Intel and VMware&#rsquo;s active collaboration—we are pleased to offer day 1 support of vSAN 6.5 and ESXi 6.5 with the Intel® Optane™ SSD

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How vSAN Helps Evolve IT without Risk

Over the past few months, I have interacted with many of you—current and potential vSAN users—at various conferences and events, and one common theme is becoming clear: vSAN has moved into the mainstream. Customer questions shifted from basic technology topics to how vSAN can accelerate business, not just IT objectives. As a mainstream option, you

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