One of the popular use cases for VMware vSAN is Business-Critical Applications (BCA). BCA have frequently deployed on cluster aware filesystems that use shared virtual disks (vmdk). Some of these clustered filesystems use multi-writer for shared disks. Popular use cases using this feature are Oracle RAC, Redhat Clustering and Veritas Infoscale. The multi-writer option enables The post Eager Zeroed Thick Requirement for Multi-Writer Disks is Now Removed for vSAN Datastore appeared first on…Read More
The fault domains feature in vSAN is an optional configuration option to improve the resilience of a cluster based on your topology. It ensures that data in the cluster remains available in the event of a single host, or a group of hosts, such as a rack or a data closet are unavailable. By logically The post Design and Operation Considerations When Using vSAN Fault Domains appeared first on Virtual Blocks.
We’re happy to announce VMware has been named a LEADER in two recent IDC vendor assessments related to the end-user computing (EUC) space—the IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Enterprise Mobility Management Software 2019-2020 Vendor Assessment and the IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Unified Endpoint Management Software 2019-2020 Vendor Assessment. This marks our third year in a row being positioned […] The post VMware Named a Leader in 2019-2020 IDC MarketScape Reports for Both EMM and UEM appeared first…Read More
(To mark the end of the year we are posting every day through January 1 with lighter vSphere and VMware topics. We hope you enjoy them as much as we do. See them all via the “2019 Wrap Up” tag!) As we look back on 2019 and look forward to 2020 we have been thinking The post What’s in a Name? How vSphere Came To Be Named appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog.
In “Step 0”, we discussed the overall design and what we are going to achieve at the end of this NSX-T Installation series, via a couple of visio diagrams and few key points. This is the first step towards that end goal, which shows the “step-by-step” instructions and screenshots of the first NSX-T
Based on my previous article about vRealize Orchestrator 8, I’ve decided to take a more in-depth view into the new HTML5 client, to highlight what’s good and demonstrate what’s not so good, and of course, trapdoors you might run into. Furthermore, I hope that the client will be developed further, to