Category Archives: robo

Project nanoEDGE aka tiny vSphere/vSAN supported configurations!


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A few weeks ago VMware announced Project nanoEDGE on their blog virtual blocks. I had a whole bunch of questions the following days from customers and partners interested in understanding what it is and what it does. I personally prefer to call project nanoEDGE “a recipe”. In the recipe, it states which configuration would be […] Continue reading

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Can all VSAN Witness VMs for ROBO be in the same VLAN?


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Yesterday I received the question if all VSAN Witness VMs for ROBO can be in the same VLAN? The excellent VSAN 2 node and Stretched Cluster guide for VSAN describes an example of how things can be implemented with different VLANs for the VSAN Witness, which would look like this: Now the question came in from […]

Can all VSAN Witness VMs for ROBO be in the same VLAN?” originally appeared on Yellow-Bricks.com. Follow me on twitter – @DuncanYB.

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