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By: mhuppert | March 07, 2019

Explore VMware vSAN

Explore VMware vSAN

VMware vSAN powers hyperconverged infrastructure solutions with vSphere-native, flash-optimized storage for private and public cloud deployments. Try it today at no cost!

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By: mhuppert | March 05, 2019

Native SQL Server Cluster support on vSAN

Native SQL Server Cluster support on vSAN

In the latest of a seemingly continuous stream of enhancements, we are pleased to share Microsoft SQL Server Cluster support on vSAN. This support has been added in the latest release of the VMware Cloud on AWS Service (1.6) and adds SCSI-3 Persistent Reservation (SCSI3-PR) support to vSAN. Initially released to the VMware Cloud on The post Native SQL Server Cluster support on vSAN appeared first on Virtual Blocks.

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By: mhuppert | March 03, 2019

vSpeaking Podcast Episode 107: The State of vSAN

vSpeaking Podcast Episode 107: The State of vSAN

This week VMware published its fourth-quarter financials, beating market expectations and announcing record annual revenue for fiscal 2019. Since a big part of this success is attributed to the steady growth of vSAN, we thought it was time for a State of vSAN episode. This week we welcome back VP of Products, Lee Caswell and The post vSpeaking Podcast Episode 107: The State of vSAN appeared first on Virtual Blocks.

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By: mhuppert | March 01, 2019

#StorageMinute: vSAN Health Checks – Guidance and Remediation Made Easy

#StorageMinute: vSAN Health Checks – Guidance...

Welcome to the #StorageMinute series where we deliver key topics via bite-size content. In this edition, we look at how vSAN provides cloud-connected health checks to vSAN clusters. Environments are constantly changing, and are subject to simple misconfigurations, or device incompatibilities and errors. Having an intelligent, cloud-connected method for monitoring the health and The post #StorageMinute: vSAN Health Checks – Guidance and Remediation Made Easy appeared first on Virtual Blocks.

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By: mhuppert | February 28, 2019

SAP HANA on VMware HCI Powered by vSAN

SAP HANA on VMware HCI Powered by vSAN

This demo shows that a VMware HCI environment powered by vSphere and vSAN can easily handle an SAP HANA online transaction processing (OLTP) workload with compute and storage resources to spare.

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By: mhuppert | February 26, 2019

Remote Office Operations: Scaling with vSAN ROBO

Remote Office Operations: Scaling with vSAN ROBO

It’s becoming clear that remote offices are not just some passing fad, but rather the new normal for modern businesses. To rein in ever increasing costs, enterprises must adapt their storage solutions to meet the demands of the changing workplace. Though it may seem like the most obvious option, purchasing large amounts of storage upfront The post Remote Office Operations: Scaling with vSAN ROBO appeared first on Virtual Blocks.

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By: mhuppert | February 23, 2019

Why customers choose vSAN

Why customers choose VMware vSAN | Infographic

VMware vSAN powers industry-leading hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) solutions with vSphere-native, flash-optimized storage for private and public cloud deployments.

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By: mhuppert | February 20, 2019

Operationalizing VMware vSAN

eBook: Operationalizing VMware vSAN


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By: mhuppert | February 17, 2019

Try vSAN 6.7 in the Hands-On Lab, with Live Demo and Q&A

Virtual Guided Labs: Getting Started with vSAN...

Learn how to set up, scale, and deploy a VMware vSAN environment during our guided, hands-on demo. Got some time today? This session is available on demand.

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By: mhuppert | February 15, 2019

vSAN Stretched Cluster – How to Deploy VSAN Witness Appliance

VSAN Stretched Cluster - How to Deploy VSAN...

This article will help you to understand the detailed step by step procedure to deploy Vmware VSAN witness appliance for VSAN strected cluster setup

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By: mhuppert | February 12, 2019

vSAN: PBM error occurred during PreCloneCheckCallback

vSAN: PBM error occurred during...

VMware vSAN in my Lab environment. The error message that was popping up all the time was "PBM error occurred during PreCloneCheckCallback".

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By: mhuppert | February 09, 2019

The Perfect Pair: A Recap of the vSAN & vSphere Chat

The Perfect Pair: A Recap of the vSAN & vSphere...

Following our most recent vSAN Deep Dive chat with Duncan Epping and Cormac Hogan, we joined forces with vSphere for an epic 101 tweet chat. Guests included Mike Foley, Pete Flecha, Ron Scott-Adams, Bob Plankers and many more who joined the conversation! The hour flew by as joint teams discussed the vSAN and vSphere integration with customers The post The Perfect Pair: A Recap of the vSAN & vSphere Chat appeared first on Virtual Blocks.
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By: mhuppert | February 09, 2019

vSAN Deep Dive 6.7 eBook Giveaway

vSAN Deep Dive 6.7 eBook Giveaway

As any vSAN Fan knows, the vSAN Deep Dive 6.7 U1 book by Duncan Epping and Cormac Hogan is the definitive guide for vSAN administrators. If you’ve been following vSAN on Twitter, then you also know that these books are a hot commodity! In December we gave you a chance to win a vSAN 6.7 U1 The post vSAN Deep Dive 6.7 eBook Giveaway appeared first on Virtual Blocks.
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By: mhuppert | February 07, 2019

Changed advanced setting VSAN.ClomRepairDelay and upgrading to 6.7 u1? Read this…

Changed advanced setting VSAN.ClomRepairDelay...

Advertise here with BSA If you changed the advanced setting VSAN.ClomRepairDelay to anything else than the default 60 minutes there’s a caveat during the upgrade to 6.7 U1 you need to be aware of. When you do this upgrade the default is reset, meaning the value is configured once again to 60 minutes. It was reported on twitter by “Justin The post Changed advanced setting VSAN.ClomRepairDelay and upgrading to 6.7 u1? Read this… appeared first on Yellow Bricks.
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By: mhuppert | February 04, 2019

How to Add Capacity Disk to VSAN Disk Group

How to Add Capacity Disk to VSAN Disk Group

This article will explain the detailed step by step procedure to add capacity disk to VSAN disk group using vSphere Web Client
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