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VMware Communities Roundtable Podcast 269 – #VSAN VSAN VSAN /cc @wholmes


John Mark Troyer, VMware @jtroyer


Wade Holmes, VMware @wholmes


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Exploring VMware VSAN Ready Nodes, Per-Socket Pricing, and Design Guides

Pricing and Availability

  • VMware Virtual SAN is now generally available. VMware Virtual SAN ispriced at 2,495 per processor. VMware Virtual SAN for Desktop is

    priced at 50 per user.

  • For a limited time, customers can purchase a bundle of VMware VirtualSAN with VMware vSphere Data Protection Advanced for $2,875 per


  • For a limited time, VMware vSphere Storage Appliance customers willbe able to upgrade to VMware Virtual SAN at 20 percent off the list


The Dawn of Virtual SAN

We’ll start providing the Ready Node list immediately after next week GA and we’ll continue working with our partners to expand the list of certified components and Ready Nodes, so make sure you check latest information on the VMware Compatibility Guide

Virtual SAN: Scaling Storage Capacity

Get Ready for Virtual SAN Ready Node and Ready Block

Virtual SAN Ready Nodes from Cisco, Dell, Fujitsu, IBM and Supermicro within the next 30 days

Eric Siebert – vSphere-Land – Tons-o-Links

Virtual SAN and Data Locality/Gravity



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