VMware VSAN vs Nutanix Head-to-Head Performance Testing — Part 3
Our journey continues!
Previously, I detailed how we were curious as to how two identically configured clusters — one vSphere/VSAN and one vSphere/Nutanix — might stack up in terms of relative cost and performance. The comparisons were eye-opening, especially for those of us who have spent time studying storage performance.
We hit a snag along the way, as Nutanix recently changed their EULA to expressly prohibit any form of publishing performance results without prior written permission. We applied for permission to publish, and they declined.
However, we still have useful data to share!
In this post, I shared the VSAN side, sampling results under a variety of very demanding synthetic workloads.
To learn more and to read the entire article at its source, please refer to the following page, VSAN vs Nutanix Head-to-Head Performance Testing — Part 3- VMware Blogs