VMware vSAN Witness Appliance Requirements

Introduction to vSAN Witness Appliance As SDDC (Software Defined Datacenter) offerings from VMware are continuing to mature with Virtual SAN 6.1, VMware announced two new great features i.e vSAN Stretched Cluster and 2 – Node vSAN Cluster. In a stretched or 2-node cluster, to maintain the quorum, a...
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Configuring VMware vSAN 2 – Node Cluster

Introduction to 2-Node vSAN Cluster The vSAN 2 Node configuration initially introduced in vSAN 6.1. Prior to 2-node vSAN, three-node clusters was the minimum supported configuration for vSAN enabled environments. VMware vSAN 2 Node Clusters are supported on both Hybrid configurations and All-Flash configurations. A 2-node cluster is very useful in...
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Understanding Degraded Device Handling in VMware VSAN

Degraded Device Handling in VMware VSAN As the name suggest Degraded Device Handling (DDH) or Dying Disk Handling is an unhealthy drive detection method  help VMware VSAN customers to avoid cluster performance degradation due to an unhealthy drive. There can be a situation where the drive part of VSAN is...
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VMware NSX Step by Step – Creating Logical Switch

Introduction Logical Switches are no more different than the physical switches in the network. Similar to physical switches, It allows you to create a broadcast domain and isolate the Virtual Machines in the network. Once you create a logical switch is new distributed port group gets added on...
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