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VMware Virtual SAN–New Software-Defined Storage Is Here

VMware Virtual SAN (vSAN) is a new software-defined storage tier for VMware vSphere environments. vSAN clusters server disks and flash to create radically simple, high performance, resilient shared storage designed for virtual machines.

In this podcast, we are pleased to have Peter Keilty, VMware Sr. Systems Engineer, Software Defined Storage, on board. Peter is here to discuss how with vSAN, many manual storage tasks are automated delivering a more efficient and cost-effective operational model.

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