VMware vSAN

VMware vSAN

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Score 8.6 out of 100
VMware vSAN

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Recent Reviews

VSAN

8
January 31, 2022
We use vSAN for our virtual environment. We are currently running off of 6 servers. We are running multiple VMs off this setup. Our …
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Journey with vSAN

10
November 28, 2021
We use vSAN for our production environment where we run the business-critical services: ERP, VDI, HRM, EMAIL, Active Directory, DNS other …

VMware vSAN--one of the pillars of the HCI

9
June 30, 2021
Our company's infrastructure is fully built on top of VMware's EXSi/VSphere/NSX/VxRail stack, so VMware vSAN is part of this family. We …
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It's not for anyone.

7
June 24, 2021
VMware vSAN is one of our storage tools and we use it for tier 2 storage. It is great in the scalability but not that great for high …

Fast, solid and easy to use vSAN solution!

9
September 14, 2020
We are using our VMware vSAN across the entire network for the majority of our VM, file, and backups storage at this time. Since all our …
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Admins agree that vSAN is great!

10
July 11, 2019
Our vSAN deployment is currently used as the main hyper-converged infrastructure solution at our main headquarters. It houses the bulk of …
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vSAN use in an R&D lab

9
July 05, 2019
Departmentally for R&D to investigate how our product line interacts within its framework. It solves multiple business problems including …

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What is VMware vSAN?

VMware's vSAN is hyper-converged infrastructure solution.

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  • No setup fee

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What is VMware vSAN?

VMware's vSAN is hyper-converged infrastructure solution.

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What is VMware vSAN?

VMware's vSAN is hyper-converged infrastructure solution.

What is VMware vSAN's best feature?

Reviewers rate Usability highest, with a score of 9.2.

Who uses VMware vSAN?

The most common users of VMware vSAN are from Mid-sized Companies (51-1,000 employees) and the Information Technology & Services industry.

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Score 9 out of 10
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Deploying and configuring VSAN is a relatively simple process for people that are already used to working in virtual environments, primarily for those that are familiar with vSphere. The compatibility of those two products is amazing. You shouldn't really encounter any issues and if you do, you surely did something wrong.
Score 9 out of 10
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The software side is where the magic happens, and VMware's vSAN works well and very few bugs encountered. If you run into an issue then support is usually quick to fix. Of course moving up versions you will see interface changes, some for the better, some worse. But that's to be expected in this business.