The third week of every month, we compile a list of the top vSphere Storage posts from the previous month for you to enjoy.
Here are the top storage posts from February:
Rawlinson Rivera announced, and explained the inner workings of, VMware Virtual SAN 6.0 — VMware’s latest software-defined storage product. Virtual SAN 6.0 introduces support for an all-flash architecture and hybrid architectures, among many other innovations. This is a blog post you shouldn’t miss.
We released vSphere Virtual Volumes (VVOLs) alongside the announcement of vSphere 6.0. In this post, Rawlinson Rivera explains how VVOLs can drive more efficient operational model for external storage.
Ken Werneburg takes the time to detail how vSphere APIs for IO filtering (VAIO) can enable partners to filter their technologies into the IO stream of a VM before data is committed to a disk.
Rawlinson Rivera walks us through how admins can configure Virtual SAN 6.0 for an all-flash architecture.
For more information about VMware Virtual SAN, visit http://www.vmware.com/products/virtual-san.