In part 4 of the “Art in the Architecture” series, performance is examined further, with a focus on vSAN’s abilities to deal with the unpredictable nature of VM storage.
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How I configure my various personal computing environments
In part 3 of the “Art in the Architecture” series, the fundamental aspects of vSAN’s native performance tuning are discussed, shedding light on how vSAN as a shared nothing storage system can exhibit extraordinary performance with excellent consistency and integrity.
The second in the “Art in the Architecture” series, this examines the principles of a true shared-nothing design and how it creates an elegant and more trustworthy storage system.
A quick rundown of several HCI sessions I and others are presenting for VMworld 2017
After a year of working at VMware, I’ve gained some interesting perspectives and learned more than I ever expected.
There’s a powerful and deliberate design to vSAN that makes it the most complete and capable datacenter storage solution. This article discusses the distributed object store and how it makes vSAN unique and stunningly robust.