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Configure a Standard vSAN Cluster (ESA)

This is part of the VMware vSAN guide post series. By using the following link, you can access and explore more objectives from the VMware vSAN study guide. The standard vSAN cluster, also known as a single-site cluster, serves as the primary deployment type for most organizations. It comprises a minimum of three hosts situated at the same site. This […]

Configure 2-node vSAN Cluster (ESA)

This is part of the VMware vSAN guide post series. By using the following link, you can access and explore more objectives from the VMware vSAN study guide. A 2-node vSAN cluster is a configuration where you can create a highly available and fault-tolerant storage infrastructure using just two physical hosts. This setup is ideal for small to medium-sized businesses […]

vSAN 8: Requirements and considerations

This is part of the VMware vSAN guide post series. By using the following link, you can access and explore more objectives from the VMware vSAN study guide. As mentioned earlier, vSAN is a cluster feature similar to other cluster features such as High Availability (HA) and Distributed Resource Scheduler (DRS) which are implemented and enabled at the cluster level. […]

Upgrade vRealize Operation 8.10 to Aria Operation 8.12

Upgrading your VMware Aria Operations (formerly vRealize Operations) environment is essential to take advantage of the latest features, performance improvements, and security enhancements. In the following post, I showed you how to deploy and configure vRealize Operation 8.10. As shown in the screenshot, the current version is denoted as “vRealize Operations” in the top left corner of the user interface. […]

vSAN Deployment Options

This is part of the VMware vSAN guide post series. By using the following link, you can access and explore more objectives from the VMware vSAN study guide. In the previous two posts of this series, we explored the world of VMware vSAN and familiarized ourselves with crucial terminology associated with this product. Now, let’s take the next step by […]

vSAN 8: Architecture and Essential Terminology

This is part of the VMware vSAN guide post series. By using the following link, you can access and explore more objectives from the VMware vSAN study guide. vSAN, or VMware vSAN, as mentioned in the previous post is a software-defined storage solution that operates as part of the ESXi hypervisor. It operates as a kernel-level, object-based storage solution, offering […]

vSAN and its role in virtualized environments

This is part of the VMware vSAN guide post series. By using the following link, you can access and explore more objectives from the VMware vSAN study guide. Introduction In today’s rapidly evolving digital landscape, organizations are constantly seeking ways to improve efficiency, scalability, and flexibility in their IT infrastructure. One innovative solution that has gained significant attention is the […]

VMware vSAN – Study Guide

My first experience with vSAN goes back to 2019 when I worked as a virtualization consultant at APK in Iran. During that time, I had the opportunity to work on several projects involving vSAN, and it was truly an excellent experience. This positive encounter motivated me to pursue the vSAN 2017 certification and continuously try to stay updated and expand […]

Expanding vSAN ESA Cluster Capacity

If your vSAN ESA cluster is running low on storage capacity or if you are considering expanding the capacity of the cluster, you’ll be pleased to know that the process has become even more streamlined and convenient with the introduction of its new architecture (ESA). In the original vSAN architecture or OSA (Original Storage Architecture), expanding the storage capacity of […]

Unreflected vCenter Events in vRops

I had planned to configure a new alert in vRealize Operations to receive notifications about changes to virtual machines including modifications to the CPU, disk, memory, and additions or removals of new hardware. However, I encountered a problem I would like to share. I attempted to create an alert that would capture all hardware configuration changes in virtual machines, to […]