Review: VMware’s vSAN 6.6 | Network World

VMware has been shipping its vSAN (virtual storage area network) software for years, and the latest version ups the ante with improved hyper-convergence functionality and in-place encryption.

What vSAN does is access available storage in physical servers and create a shared storage pool that supports VMware virtual machines. vSAN takes advantage of existing 10GBE links in the servers, eliminating the need for iSCSI or proprietary third-party software to serve as intermediaries between disk…

Read the entire article at the source link… Tom Henderson and Brendan Allen

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