vSAN ReadyNode provides the most flexible hardware options to build Hyper-Converged Infrastructure based on VMware Hyper-Converged Infrastructure Software. However, occasionally we get the question about vSAN designs that are slightly outside the standard vSAN ReadyNode configuration. This week we invite VMware SE Manager James LeFort to go off-road with us and share some of the designs he sees in the field as well as some guidance for those considering such a path.
James LeFort is a VMware Systems Engineering Manager leading technical pre-sales efforts for West and Central regions. He has been on the vSAN team since vSAN 5.5. Follow James on twitter @jdlefort.
Show Related Links
- VMworld Main Page
- Changes with device claiming options in vSAN 6.6
Catch Pete and John in the following sessions
- STO2446BU Virtual Volumes Technical Deep Dive
- STO3276GU vSAN Networking and Design Best Practices
- STO2047BU What’s New in vSAN 6.6: Technical Deep Dive
- STO2095BU vSAN ReadyNode and Build Your Own Hardware Guidance
- PAR4398BCU VMware Technical Solutions Professional – Hyper-Converged Infrastructure (VTSP-HCI, formerly VTSP-SDS)
- PAR4367BU What’s New in vSAN 6.6 – A Deep Dive
- STO1926BU vSAN 6.6: A Day in the Life of an I/O
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