Category Archives: hyper-converged

VMware vSAN 6.6 demo: vSAN Encryption


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Yesterday I posted a quick video overview of a couple new features that are part of vSAN 6.6. (haven’t seen it, go watch that one first!) I mentioned in that demo that I would potentially do one on Encryption. As I had over a dozen people asking already I figured I would throw a demo […]

VMware vSAN 6.6 demo: vSAN Encryption” originally appeared on Yellow-Bricks.com. Follow me on twitter – @DuncanYB.

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Posted in 6.6, encryption, hyper-converged, Server, Software Defined, Storage, Virtual SAN, VMware, vsan, vSphere | Comments

Hyper-Converged is here, but what is next?


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Last week I was talking to a customer and they posed some interesting questions. What excites me in IT (why I work for VMware) and what is next for hyper-converged? I thought they were interesting questions and very relevant. I am guessing many customers have that same question (what is next for hyper-converged that is). They […]

Hyper-Converged is here, but what is next?” originally appeared on Yellow-Bricks.com. Follow me on twitter – @DuncanYB.

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Posted in BC-DR, cloud, Data Recovery, hyper-converged, Management & Automation, networking, sddc, SDN, sds, Server, Software Defined, Storage, Virtual SAN, VMware, vSphere | Comments