VMware vSAN V6.6 Part II (just the speeds feeds features please)
VMware vSAN v6.6 Part II (just the speeds feeds features please)
In case you missed it, VMware announced vSAN v6.6 hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) software defined data infrastructure solution. This is the second of a five-part series about VMware vSAN V6.6. View Part I here, part III (reducing cost and complexity) located here, part IV (scaling ROBO and data centers today) found here, as well as part V here (VMware vSAN evolution, where to learn more and summary).
For those who are not aware, vSAN is a VMware virtual Storage Area Network (e.g. vSAN) that is software-defined, part of being a software-defined data infrastructure (SDDI) and software-defined data center (SDDC). Besides being software-defined vSAN is HCI combining compute (server), I/O networking, storage (space and I/O) along with hypervisors, management, and other tools.
Just the Speeds and Feeds PleaseFor those who just want to see the list of what’s new with vSAN V6.6, here you go:
Read the entire article here, VMware vSAN V6.6 Part II (just the speeds feeds features please)
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