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vSAN 6.7 Update 3 – What’s New

VMware vSAN continues to be the Hyperconverged Infrastructure (HCI) market leader. vSAN has proven to be a great fit for all types of workloads, with over 20,000 customers. Traditional applications like Microsoft SQL Server and SAP HANA; next-generation applications like Cassandra, Splunk, and MongoDB; and even container-based services orchestrated through Kubernetes are run on vSAN… Read More »

What’s New with VMware vSAN 6.6

Introducing vSAN 6.6 VMware vSAN has been innovating at a rapid pace. With each new release, we’ve delivered greater value to our customers through new features that have propelled adoption by mainstream customers for any workload, any application. More than 7,000 customers have chosen to entrust their most important workloads to vSAN! This momentum has… Read More »

The vSAN Witness Appliance in vCloud Air: Part 4 (Deployment)

In Part 2, the process of uploading a vSAN Witness Appliance to an organization’s Catalog was detailed. Part 3 covered the process of creating networks for the vSAN Witness Appliance. What’s Next? With the vSAN Witness Appliance OVA converted and uploaded to vCloud Air, and connectivity in place to the networks that will be used,… Read More »

The vSAN Witness Appliance in vCloud Air: Part 3 (Network)

In Part 2, I covered how to upload a vSAN Witness Appliance into a vCloud Air Organizational Catalog. This process doesn’t require any specific networking to be in place, other than connectivity to vCloud Air directly. Networking in vCloud Air In vCloud Air, multiple independent networks can be created with visibility across different Virtual Applications… Read More »