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Key Storage and Availability Activities at VMworld 2017

Hyper-converged Infrastructure is HOT HOT HOT, and we&#rsquo;ve got the only vSphere-native HCI solution available. Over 8,000 customers have taken the plunge with vSAN, and VMworld is the perfect place to investigate how vSAN can help you too! From the Storage & Availability team at VMware - Welcome to VMworld! It is the perfect time

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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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Top 5 Q&A: Getting More out of vSAN – Session 2

In this post, we recap Getting More Out of vSAN Session 2: Server & Network Hardware Design Guide. Getting More Out of vSAN is an ongoing technical webcast series led by vSAN experts. The webcasts are unique because of the interactive, live Q&A session at the end, where you can provide feedback and get your

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Designing vSAN Disk groups – All Flash Cache Ratio Update

vSAN cache recommendations for vSAN 5.5 were 10% of used capacity. With the addition of all all flash in 6.0 it stayed at 10% andCormac here explains the math behind this.Now if you look closely you&#rsquo;ll notice a few issues as vSAN and flash drives have progressed. The 10% ratio guidelines was based on a

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Designing vSAN Disk groups – All Flash Cache Ratio Update

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vSAN cache recommendations for vSAN 5.5 were 10% of used capacity. With the addition of all all flash in 6.0 it stayed at 10% andCormac here explains the math behind this.Now if you look closely you&#rsquo;ll notice a few issues as vSAN and flash drives have progressed. The 10% ratio guidelines was based on a

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