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vSphere 6.5 what’s new – VVols


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Well I guess I can keep this one short, what is new for VVols? Replication. Yes, that is right… finally if you ask me. This is something I know many of my customers have been waiting for. I’ve seen various customers deploy VVols in production, but many were holding off because of the lack of […]

vSphere 6.5 what’s new – VVols” originally appeared on Yellow-Bricks.com. Follow me on twitter – @DuncanYB.

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Where do I run my VASA Vendor Provider for VVols?


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I was talking to someone before the start of the holiday season about running the Vendor Provider (VP) for VVol as a VM and what the best practices are around that. I was thinking about the implication of the VP not being available and came to the conclusion that when the VP is unavailable a […]

Where do I run my VASA Vendor Provider for VVols?” originally appeared on Yellow-Bricks.com. Follow me on twitter – @DuncanYB.

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