IBM Storage and the Beauty and Benefits of vVols

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Once more I’m pleased to offer a guest post from another highly valued partner of ours in the vVols space, and another design partner for Virtual Volumes: IBM. Today’s post talks about some of the history of how IBM came to realize the promise of vVols, what problems we are all trying to fix, and Read more...

VSAN File Shares With Nexenta

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 VSAN was designed to be the best storage for your VMDKs.  But that might seem a limitation if you have a need to exposed file shares, or perhaps iSCSI targets.  That means running something else on top of VSAN. Read more...

Implementing VMware Virtual Volumes on HP 3PAR StoreServ

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In Q1 of this year we announced the general availability of vSphere 6.0, which includes a key capability to the VMware vision for Software-Defined Storage: Virtual Volumes (vVols). vVols is an integration framework to make 3rd party storage systems VM-aware and thereby enables control over native storage capabilities using the VMware control plane for SDS Read more...