We are excited to announce once again, Hyperconverged Infrastructure (HCI) systems powered by VMware vSAN lead the overall market for Q3 of 2021, according to the IDC Quarterly Worldwide Converged Systems Tracker. The tracker reported that systems running HCI powered by VMware vSAN accounted for a 41.5% share of the market, higher than the following … Continued The post Hyperconverged Infrastructure Systems Powered by VMware vSAN Lead the Market in Q3, 2021, According to IDC appeared first on…Read More
VMware announced vSAN in vSphere 5.5 back in 2013 in beta edition and since then the product has seen countless improvements. Furthermore a lot has been changed in order to better the performance and reliability of vSAN. […]
This document provides recommendations and guidance in the day to day operations of VMware vSAN. This edition does not include the specific guidance that may be associated with clusters under VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF)
Stretched cluster SDDC powered by VMC on AWS offers a great availability strategy. Customers can choose to use that extra layer of resilience to satisfy their need for protection against unexpected host-level failures or an entire AZ failure within an Amazon region.
Ready to further your technical vSAN knowledge? With our new vSAN Quick Questions YouTube series led by John Nicholson and Pete Koehler of VMware, there has never been a better time to achieve a deeper understanding of vSAN storage virtualization! For 100 days, the vSAN team will share a new Quick Questions video daily on … Continued The post vSAN Quick Questions appeared first on VMware vSAN Virtual Blocks Blog.
Stretched Clusters empower customers all around the world to bring their mission critical applications to VMware Cloud on AWS without compromising on availability or resiliency. This powerful technology has been a cornerstone of VMware Cloud. We previously announced a new low-cost entry to […]
I recently got some questions on a new feature that was introduced in vSAN 7.0u3: “Nested Fault Domains for 2-node vSAN clusters”. With this feature you’re able to provide additional availability on your 2-node clusters: a RAID-1 configuration (mirroring) across the available nodes combined […]
Join us live on Wednesday to talk about what’s new and changed in vSphere 7 Update 3 and vSAN 7 Update 3. As always, bring your questions and comments, and we’ll answer them live! Topics we’ll likely cover (depending on time and the number of questions, we always prioritize the comments): improvements to vSAN edge deployments & resilience, VM I/O trip analyzer, Skyline Health checks, vSphere with Tanzu & Kubernetes capabilities, networking & network monitoring, AI & ML workload support, persistent memory, storage, the vSphere Client, timekeeping, and more.
Networking is a key component of VMware Cloud Foundation’s software-defined capabilities. In the first of a two part series, Andrew Firth delivers a VMware Cloud Foundation Networking deep dive showing you how to set up and deploy networking in a Cloud Foundation 4.3.x environment.