Jase McCarty

vSAN 6.6 Configuration Assist Makes Setup & Updating Easier

Whether setting up vSAN using Easy Install, manually, or through the vSphere Web Client, once the first host is setup, there are some necessary tasks to complete the configuration. Initial tasks required include setting up a VMkernel port with vSAN traffic, claiming disks, and more. Each of these can be accomplished relatively easily at through

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Bootstrap the VCSA onto vSAN 6.6 with Easy Install

If vSAN is configured by vCenter, how do you deploy vCenter on top of vSAN? Sounds a bit like a chicken and egg scenario, huh? vSAN is part of acluster configuration in vSphere. To create a cluster, a datacenter must first be present, and that must be part of a vCenter instance. At least that’s

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vSAN 6.6 Stretched Clusters – Capacity Considerations when using Local Protection or Site Affinity

vSAN&#rsquo;s ability to provide a fully active-active, stretched cluster has already been proven. vSAN 6.6 takes this a step further, allowing for storage redundancy within a site AND across sites at the same time. This helps deliver effective, affordable protection against entire site outages, as well as host outages within a site. When using across

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VMware vSphere & vSAN, The 1st & Only HCI Solution part of a DISA STIG

  On 13 APR 2017, VMware announced that VMware vSAN has been added to the VMware vSphere STIG Framework. The updated DISA STIG defines secure installation requirements for deploying vSAN on U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) networks. VMware worked closely with DISA to include vSAN in this update to the existing VMware vSphere STIG Framework.

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