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VMware Virtual SAN: 32 Node Scale Out Capability

VSAN SizingVirtual SAN is now available and officially supports up to 32 nodes per cluster. Configuring and managing clustered solutions comprised of 32 nodes can become operationally intensive, time consuming, and overwhelming for any environment over time. One of the key differentiating benefits of Virtual SAN is how it delivers an efficient operational model suitable for today’s datacenter demands for virtualization.

It is important to point out and understand the operational benefits deliver by Virtual SAN beyond the performance and capacity values. To demonstrate the strength and value proposition of Virtual SAN, and it  is efficient operating model around configuration and management the demonstration below showcases the radically simple way to scale out a 16 node cluster to the maximum of 32 nodes.

Note: The default Virtual SAN cluster size configuration is 16-nodes. Whenever a Virtual SAN enabled cluster is to be scaled beyond 16 nodes follow the instructions listed in the VMware Knowledge Base article 2073930.

 

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Rawlinson Rivera

About Rawlinson Rivera

Rawlinson is a Senior Architect in the Cloud Infrastructure Technical Marketing Group at VMware focused on Software-Defined Storage technologies primarily responsible for Virtual SAN, Virtual Volumes, and OpenStack. As a previous Architect in VMware's Cloud Infrastructure & Management Professional Services Organization, Rawlinson specialized on vSphere and Cloud enterprise architectures for VMware's fortune 100, 500 customers. Rawlinson is amongst the few VMware Certified Design Experts (VCDX#86) in the world, and author of multiple books based on VMware and other technologies.

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