Tag Archives: vSAN

Upgrading VMware vCenter 6.5u1 to 6.7 along with ESXi and vSAN

By | June 5, 2018

Introduction: VMware just released vCenter 6.7, vSphere 6.7, and VSAN 6.7 to the public introducing long awaited features concentrating on hybrid management. In this post I am going to walk you through an upgrade from 6.5u1 to 6.7 for vCenter Appliance, External PSC, vSphere through Update Manager, and lastly VSAN.    Upgrades to 6.7 is… Read More »

Monitor and Manage vSAN using ESXCLI

By | May 9, 2018

VMware vSAN is the distributed layer of software that runs natively as a part of the ESXi hypervisor. vSAN aggregates local or direct-attached storage disks of a host cluster and creates a single storage pool shared across all hosts of the cluster. VMware features that require shared storage such as HA, VMotion and DRS are all highly integrated… Read More »

Managing and Troubleshooting vSAN using RVC

By | May 5, 2018

We always need a tool to manage, monitor and troubleshoot VMware vSAN. Ruby vSphere Console (RVC) is one of the primary tools to manage and troubleshoot vSAN environment. The Ruby vSphere Console is a console user interface for VMware ESXi and Virtual Center.The Ruby vSphere Console comes bundled with both the vCenter Server Appliance (VCSA) and the Windows… Read More »

VMware vSAN 6.7

By | April 28, 2018

Just one year ago, VMware has announced vSAN 6.6… now it’s the turn of vSAN 6.7, contextually of the release of vSphere 6.7 GA. VMware vSAN is the VMware’s Software Defined Storage (SDS) solution that also fits in the hyper(visor)-converged model to build a simple (to be managed) and scalable HCI solution. Although is a separate product, the core functions to… Read More »

VMware vSphere Virtual Volumes (vVOL)

By | June 16, 2017

VMware vSphere Virtual Volumes (vVOLs) was one of the new features that were added back in the vSphere 6.0 release. Recently with vSphere 6.5, a few enhancements were made to the vVOLs and I am seeing quite a few customers use this in their production environment. On my day to day conversation with customers, mostly… Read More »