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Time doesn’t slow down for anybody, so it’s understandable if you miss some information here and there. Luckily, we’ve got you covered on Virtual Blocks. Take a look back on some of the most popular Virtual SAN posts from the past few months.

What’s New-VMware Virtual SAN 6.2

On February 10th, we announced VMware Virtual SAN 6.2. Updated to include robust space efficiency features by delivering deduplication and compression as well as providing RAID-5/RAID-6 support for all flash Virtual SAN environments. John Nicholson also discusses new extensions to the Virtual SAN Ready Node program.

The Use of Erasure Coding In VMware Virtual SAN 6.2

Christos Karamanolis proves one size doesn’t fit all.  In this blog, he discusses Virtual SAN’s implementation of RAID-5 and RAID-6 and advices customers to evaluate their requirements in order to gain a better understanding of what they need based on their workload.

Introducing The 4th Generation VMware Virtual SAN

Yanbing Li dives into how VMware Virtual SAN continues to build on its principal benefits: simplicity, performance, cost-efficiency, and scalability.

The Road to All-Flash VMware Virtual SAN

John Nicholson talks about why he thinks 2016 will see All-Flash VMware Virtual SAN overtake 10K RPM drive-based hybrid Virtual SAN as the most popular deployment choice.

Virtual SAN Stretch Clusters-Real World Design Practices (Part 1)

Jonathan McDonald gives us a personal account setting up stretch clusters for Virtual SAN. Here, he provides tips that will ensure a flawless experience.

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About the Author

Anita Kibunguchy

Anita Kibunguchy is a Product Marketing Manager on the Storage and Availability Business Unit and currently focuses on message amplification and awareness for VMware's core HCI product VMware vSAN. She manages social media & digital programs, the storage blog, web collateral, and webinars. Prior to business school, Anita worked as an IT Consultant for Accenture focusing on systems development for large government transformational projects. She holds a B.Sc in Management Information Systems and an MBA from MIT Sloan School of Management. Follow her on twitter @kibuanita