vSAN 6.5 delivers the industry’s best storage value with ease of management, high performance, low cost, and a future-proof roadmap supporting any app, any scale. vSAN pools serverattached solid-state flash devices to create a distributed shared datastore that abstracts the storage hardware and provides a hyper-converged storage optimized for virtual machines
Uwe Neumeier, VP, Head of Datacenter Business EMEIA at Fujitsu, talks about the VMware/Fujitsu relationship, specifically when it comes to hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) solutions, such as Fujitsu Integrated Systems PRIMEFLEX. In addition to highlighting the strong VMware/Fujitsu relationship, Neumeier also touches on the Fujitsu interest in VMware Cloud Foundation – as they work with VMware to build an integrated solution that brings to customers a unified SDDC platform on top of the Fujitsu services.
VMware HCS is the premier solution for HCI featuring precise controls for compute, network, and storage resource administration. Allocate the exact amount of resources required for an application and easily adjust them without downtime as resource demand changes. Utilize local storage devices to create a resilient storage platform with extreme performance with Virtual SAN. The integration of Virtual SAN and vSphere simplifies administration through policy-based management. Build highly available clusters using vCenter Server and vSphere with standard x86 hardware to manage CPU and memory as pools of compute capacity. A variety of mixed workloads such as web sites, applications, databases, virtual desktops, file services, and communications can benefit from a single HCI platform including shared storage with VMware HCS.
This document focuses on helping administrators to correctly design and size a Virtual SAN cluster, and answer some of the common questions around number of hosts, number of flash devices, number of magnetic disks, and detailed configuration questions to help to correctly and successfully deploy a Virtual SAN.
This white paper examines the performance of Online Transaction Processing (OLTP) applications with Virtual SAN 6.2. The OLTP applications, which model an online retail store and a brokerage house workload, involve a large number of client transactions. The performance of such workloads are crucial to businesses such as banks, airlines, and retailers. Overall, Virtual SAN 6.2 performs well and provides stable and consistent I/O capability to the two OLTP workloads. Furthermore, tests show that Virtual SAN 6.2’s space efficiency features provide substantial disk space savings and can significantly reduce customers’ storage costs per gigabyte (GB). Lastly, Virtual SAN 6.2 performs well during source failure with only a small drop during recovery.
IT departments increasingly rely on virtual and remote desktops to build unified, reliable, high-performance user work-spaces, but you are also running business critical applications. How do you run both in the most efficient way possible?
Join us to learn how to deploy your business critical applications and VDI Desktops with one of the industry’s most cost-effective, high performance Hyperconverged Infrastructure Systems with Supermicro’s All-Flash Virtual SAN Ready Nodes with SanDisk Enterprise Flash.
Business Critical Applications need a virtualization platform that’s reliable and flexible while providing the high performance that users demand. The software-defined data center (SDDC) with VMware vSphere 6, all-flash VMware Virtual SAN and VMware NSX can help you deliver strong performance for business-critical apps and maximum up-time through workload mobility.
This EMC TechBook provides a thorough conceptual and architectural review of the VCE VxRail Appliance. It reviews current trends in the industry that are driving adoption of converged infrastructure and highlights the pivotal role of VxRail in today’s modern data center.