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Introducing vSAN 6.7 capabilities in VMware vSphere – Part I

As VMware vSAN technology  accelerates IT infrastructure upgrades, it makes it a strategic and cost-effective advantage for organizations and enables organizations to improve data security by enabling integrated infrastructure solutions or HCI for short. IT and its scalability are also responsive to future needs in the business. In previous articles presented on the APK Engineering site, we discussed VMware vSAN technology and how it works and its benefits.

Virtual SAN offers a secure and Flash-Optimize Storage that is simply a native VMware vSphere user experience for all important virtualized workloads, and runs on standard 32-bit servers and components, unlike traditional storage, reducing overall cost. Owning up to 50%, providing Agility the ease of IT scalability with a comprehensive suite of shared software solutions and the first HCI-approved FIPS 140-2 software-based encryption presents.

vSAN 6.7 delivers a new HCI experience designed for the Hybrid Cloud with high operational performance, reducing the time needed to evaluate through a new, user-friendly interface and using advanced self-healing and proactive support views, Provides application performance and accessibility. Integration with software-based datacenters or SDDCs available in VMware and Hybrid Cloud makes it the most complete platform for virtual machines that can run critical business databases, virtual desktops, or new applications.

Advantages of VMware vSAN

Expecting today's businesses from IT is to provide a competitive edge through digital change because the old infrastructure that IT executives have problems with is very time consuming to set up and maintain, and is very costly to deploy to the Hybrid Cloud environment. They are very unobtrusive. In addition, the need for these infrastructures is increasing and the budget of organizations is decreasing day by day.

The ultra-homogeneous infrastructure, or HCI, a natural step towards the industry's most comprehensive offerings, is powered by vSAN and helps business grow without any risk; and while reducing IT costs, it is a fast and convenient solution for future hardware, cloud and changes Provides the application.

It is basically a structured architecture that allows them to plan for the future. VSAN technology provides a Flash-Optimized Virtual Storage that can provide predictable and secure application performance for every virtualized workload, from important business applications to next-generation applications. VSAN is also the HCI software solution that has the most deployment by cloud providers, and over 250 cloud providers rely on vSAN for dynamic HCI delivery on a HCI-As-A-Service scale. One provider uses over 10 petabytes of All-Flash vSan in actual implementation, and two of the largest public cloud providers use two vSAN providers.

Organizations can confidently accelerate their move to access the most up-to-date datacenters using vSAN by choosing the right deployment option for their needs. IT managers can use the vSAN's ultra-converged infrastructure in Private Clouds or Edge Computing processes using VMware Cloud, Dell EMC VxRail, Dell EMC VxRack SDDC, vSAN ReadyNodes or hundreds of subscribers in public clouds, such as Amazon for AWS. VMware Cloud uses, implements, all of which are much cheaper than outdated storage devices or less-efficient HCI solutions.

Software-based Datasenter Integrated Management ( SDDC )

Today, IT managers are able to predict more scattered resources and need technology to facilitate their management and reduce the time required for evaluation. vSAN helps consumers grow without any risks and integrates locally with the rest of the SDDC Stack and reduces evaluation time using a user-friendly interface. It is so easy to use vSAN that more than half of users said they were completely surrounded after one month. In the shortest time, just a few clicks of an existing vSphere Web Client can enable vSAN. This technology provides fast and convenient visibility from the cloud to the edge of the infrastructure to enable Accessed through extensive monitoring and in-depth analysis through a single native console integrated with the vRealize operation in vCenter.

VSAN implementation capabilities

IT executives are very concerned about customer-to-vendor dependency, and their goal is to make implementations customizable to performance and financial performance. vSAN provides the most options for HCI implementation and allows consumers to choose the implementation that best fits their desired performance and budget. Consumers using vSAN in Private Cloud or Edge Computing can choose to use VMware Cloud, VxRail, VxRack SDDC for deployment or deploy on 500 vSAN ReadyNodes. VSAN also reduces the heavy cost of implementation that is constantly increasing during projects.

High security of using vSAN

Organizations' managers need to be confident about their data protection and protection, but they also need to control their costs. In the past, organizations had to pay huge costs for greater security. Security provided by devices such as autocomplete drives or Third Party security software. Today vSAN presents the first Native 140-based FIPS software that is HCI data-at-rest encryption.

The vSAN encryption performed on the vSAN itself is done by selecting the client in which standard drive (SSD and HDD) he / she chooses, avoiding the limited options and pricing of Self-Encrypting Drives. In addition, the vSAN, designed for compliance, supports two-factor authentication (SecurID and CAC) and provides the first STIG-approved DISA for HCI.

Given the growing complexity of datacenter, businesses are increasingly looking for solutions to support equipment from different brands to keep their environments running at the highest level. VMware has multiplied support for technicians over the past year, bringing technology that can support valuable data. The company has also tested thousands of vSAN implementation algorithms and developed intelligent insights that warn of problems before they occur. VSAN also facilitates problems encountered in advanced services or in automated performance checks that are included in over 50 workflows.

Reduce overall cost of ownership by protecting data

IT executives need flexible solutions to prevent data loss from a range of failures, whether in one drive or across the site. Stretch clusters can create data protection, local protection, and Site protection between two different locations simultaneously. Users can achieve precise and partial protection based on each VM, each 50% less than traditional solutions. vSAN can utilize distributed RAIDs and Cache Mirroring as well as use the Erasure encoding model to achieve maximum levels of effective protection to reduce storage capacity by up to 50%, and vSAN can be easily and smoothly with just a few clicks. To be protected.





Introducing vSAN 6.7 Features in VMware vSphere – Part 1

Introducing vSAN 6.7 Features in VMware vSphere – Part 2

Sabir Hussain Soomro
About Sabir Hussain Experienced IT Specialist with a history of working in the information technology and services industry. Skilled in VMware ESX, Domain Name System (DNS), DHCP, VoIP, Water Backup Solutions, Adobe Connect, Servers, and Data Center. but quickly found a large following of readers and subscribers. Connect on: Google + or Feel free to network via Twitter.@VMGate110

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