Four bottlenecks that can be solved with vSAN 6.6
Blog by Rory Choudhuri, Product Marketing Director at VMware. He … Read More
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Does enabling encryption on vSAN require on an-disk format change?
vSAN 6.6 shipped earlier this year. It comes with a new on-disk format to support, among other things, data at rest encryption (also known as DARE). This is version 5 of the on-disk format. I’ve been asked this question a number of times over the past week, so I thought I would quickly write a […] The post Does enabling encryption on vSAN require on an-disk format change? appeared first on CormacHogan.com .
VMware vSAN 6.6 Deploy and Manage Training Class
VMware Education has just released a new training class titled VMware vSAN: Deploy and Manage [V6.6]. I had the opportunity to attend the beta version of this class and help shape the content that is delivered. The class is a 3-day, instructor-led technical training course that features an excellent balance of lecture and hands-on lab time. It is The post VMware vSAN 6.6 Deploy and Manage Training Class appeared first on Virtual Blocks .
Check out the all-new docs.vmware.com site for product documentation on all products, versions, and languages!
Today we are pleased to announce the official launch of docs.vmware.com. This portal unifies the product documentation for all VMware products, versions, and languages into a single platform so you can find the information that you are looking for more quickly and easily. VMware products offer a wide range of business solutions from desktop virtualization […] The post Introducing docs.vmware.com appeared first on Support Insider.
Installing vRealize Operations v6.6
A while back I pulled out vROps from my lab due to disk space issues. Those are now solved thanks to Nexenta and it is time to bring vROps back to my lab. One of the reasons is that there is now a…Read More
The Code keepers:vSAN Native Encryption – part2
This blog is continuation from part-1.Part-1 provided an overview on vSAN Native Encryption. In this part, we will discuss use cases in context to managing encrypted vSAN cluster. Setting up domain of trust There are three parties involved in vSAN encryption – (1) KMS server (2) vCenter and (3) vSAN host or ESXi host Before The post The Code keepers:vSAN Native Encryption – part2 appeared first on Virtual Blocks .