Cache Sizing

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Since vSAN was released in 2014 there has been a bit of confusion as to how much cache should be sized for the cluster, this article is intended to clear that up and provide direction for both Hybrid and All-Flash … Continued

Creating a vSAN Cluster without a vCenter Server

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I have been asked many times about creating a 3-node vSAN cluster without a vCenter server, the main reason for doing this is that you need to place your vCenter server onto the vSAN datastore but have no where to … Continued

Drivers and Firmware Requirements

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Out of all the conversations I have surrounding Virtual SAN with Customers, Partners and VMware folks, there is one topic that always surfaces and that topic is with regards to what drivers and firmware to use, is it the minimum … Continued

Virtual SAN ROBO

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Along with the Stretched Cluster feature that arrived in Virtual SAN 6.1 (vSphere 6.0 U1) another feature that was delivered is the Remote Office Branch Office (ROBO) solution.  For many months customers who typically have a remote office branch office … Continued

Virtual SAN Stretched Cluster

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As you have already heard, one of the major features in VSAN 6.1 is the Stretched Cluster feature, with this feature Virtual SAN is enabling customers to have a 2nd site where the data exists in order to provide an … Continued

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