Tag Archives: vsan

vSAN vs Traditional Storage Array

I’ve been putting notes together for a while with regards to vSAN and how it differs from Traditional Storage Arrays. Naturally, the choice between the two depends on your requirements but it’s becoming obvious that the use cases for vSAN are growing on every release. Here are my quick overview notes: It is not usually… Read More »

VMware vSAN 6.5 & iSCSI Targets

It’s true that VMware vSAN is getting more feature rich on each release. One interesting new feature of vSAN 6.5 is the iSCSI target service. In a nutshell you can now create iSCSI targets and LUNs on vSAN storage and present them to servers external to the vSAN cluster. Note that you cannot connect vSAN… Read More »

VMware vSAN – Career changer?

Since starting my career in technology, I’ve always had a keen interest in virtualization. Over time, the virtualization of other datacenter objects has become more common and affordable. vSphere, Horizon View, NSX to name a couple have assisted with this. More recently vSAN has seen a lot of growth. Duncan Epping @DuncanYB, tweets about this growth periodically. The latest figures… Read More »