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Top-3 New Features in vSAN 7: #2 – vSAN File Services

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Setting up vSAN File Services vSAN File Services adds a critical service to VMware Cloud Foundation. Layering a distributed protocol access layer on top of vSAN’s existing shared nothing distributed object store. Simplify operations and remove complexity by integrating File workloads into the infrastructure itself. For more information on how to use this with Kubernetes

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Top-3 New Features in vSAN 7: #1 – vSphere Lifecycle Manager

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vSphere 7 introduces an entirely new solution for unified software and firmware lifecycle management that is native to vSphere. vSphere Lifecycle Manager, or vLCM, is a powerful new framework based on a desired state model to deliver simple, reliable and consistent lifecycle operations for vSphere and HCI clusters. Simplify Cluster Updates with vSphere Lifecycle Manager

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Top-3 New Features in vSAN 7: #3 – Cloud Native Storage and vSAN File Services Integration

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Introduction With vSphere 6.7 U3 we introduced the Cloud Native Storage control plane into vSphere, built to cater for container based workloads that required on-demand provisioning of volumes on vSphere. The initial release catered for the most common workloads that required Persistent Volumes, namely of the ReadWriteOnce type (essentially, a single container mounting a single

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vSAN 7

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vSAN 7 delivers best in-class hyperconverged infrastrucure by providing unified storage control for both lock and file protocol. vSAN 7 accelerates data modernization and enables efficient single storage operational model with three key capabilities: simple lifecycle management, integrated file services and enhanced cloud-native storage.   This page serves as a curated reference for the most

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vSpeaking Podcast Ep 149: What’s New in vSAN 7

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vSAN 7 modernizes hyperconverged infrastructure by providing administrators a unified storage control plane for both block and file protocols, and provides significant enhancements that make it a great solution for traditional virtual machines as well cloud-native applications. This week on the Virtually Speaking Podcast we welcome Pete Koehler to unpack the new features and enhancements

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