Understand the differences between NSX 3 and NSX 4.1, including Kerberos authentication.
- [Instructor] In this video, I'll explain…NFS three and NFS four-dot-one.…We'll talk about the differences between the two versions…and also talk about some of…the considerations you should think about…prior to migrating to NFS four-dot-one.…Now NFS three has been supported…by vSphere for some time.…And in NFS three, storage traffic is unencrypted.…That means that we should really only use NFS…on trusted networks.…NFS three uses a single TCP connection for I/O.…
Only a single IP address can be used for the NFS server,…and this makes load balancing difficult.…ESXi requires root access to the NFS server.…That means it's important that we configure…the no-root-squash option on our NFS devices.…And finally, in NFS three,…copy operations can be off-loaded to the storage array…and we can create thick-provision disks…using these VAAI primitives that allow these functions.…
In NFS four-dot-one, we have improved security.…The headers of our storage data can be signed and encrypted.…We have additional session-trunking and multipathing options…
Note: This course maps to the Configure and Administer Advanced vSphere 6.x Storage domain from the VCP6-DCV exam blueprint. Learn more about the exam objectives at VMware's site.
- Comparing VMFS (Virtual Machine File System) and NFS (Network File System)
- Working with Fibre Channel and FCoE
- Configuring iSCSI storage and authentication
- Working with block storage and VMFS
- Managing storage filters
- Using vSphere storage APIs
- Sharing virtual disks
- Configuring NFS storage
- Using vSphere Virtual Volumes
- Configuring VSAN data stores
- Configuring SIOC data stores
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Storage Virtualization
Array thin provisioning1m 41s
2. Fibre Channel and FCoE
4. Working with Block Storage
5. Advanced Storage Concepts
7. Virtual Volumes (VVOL)
8. Virtual SAN (VSAN)
9. Storage I/O Control (SIOC)
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