Monthly Archives: April 2016

Managing Pluggable Storage Architecture – Part 2

In the first part I have posted about what is the Pluggable Storage Architecture, MNP, SATP, PSP. In this second part we will configure them. Configuring Proper SATP and PSP for Your Storage Array By default, on ESXi hosts every storage … Continue reading

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Where in the World are VCAPs?

Just a quick re-blog of the yesterday’s post of VMware Edu with the same title. Jill has created a great infographic, click to enlarge it. Unfortunately Hungary is in the “<100” category with the most of the other countries in EU, … Continue reading

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Managing Pluggable Storage Architecture – Part 1

In block-based storage environments (iSCSI, Fibre Channel, FCoE) ESXi hosts can use more NICs or HBAs to connect to the LUNs via (FC) switches and Storage Processors (SP). Because of this physical design an ESXi host has multiple ways to … Continue reading

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