VMware Datastores and Virtual Volumes
Some time in 2010, VMware gathered several of the biggest storage vendors together and told them about this new idea they had called "Virtual Volumes."
NetApp Virtual Storage Console and VASA Provider 6.0
I'm happy to announce the availability of the latest VMware plugins from NetApp: VSC 6.0 and VASA Provider 6.0 which brings along support for VMware's latest storage innovation ... VVols
Why Virtual Volumes?
VVols has finally arrived! It was shipped with vSphere 6.0 and brings the ability to leverage VM Storage Policies - and the array-specific features surfaced by the VASA Provider - to specify which storage features you want applied to your virtual machines.
[BETA] Using VVOLs with NetApp and VMware
DISCLAIMER: The products linked in this thread are considered “Beta” and are subject to change at any time without notification. These are not intended to be run in production environments. We’re happy to announce the arrival of the Beta program for several pieces of software that are all going to work collectively to deliver the...
Here’s a run down of what you need to know about VSC 4.2… This is important for several reasons, but mostly because if you were to just download the Beta, and install it in your environment, you likely wouldn’t notice much different at first glance.   I’ve been intimately involved in the development process for...
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