Understand proper VMware Virtual SAN (VSAN) design to ensure that a rack level failure can be tolerated.
- [Narrator] In this video,…I'll talk VSAN Fault Domains…and we'll learn how they can be used to maximize…the availability of our VSAN cluster.…VSAN uses the local storage of ESXi hosts…to create a shared data store…and this means that critical virtual machine data…actually resides on the local storage devices…of our ESXi hosts.…We can create storage policies that will govern…how many host failures a virtual machine…should tolerate…and based on these storage policies,…the virtual machine data will be mirrored…across multiple ESXi hosts.…
For example, with virtual machine one…in our slide, we have a policy that says…that this virtual machine must tolerate…a single host failure…and therefore, it's VMDK object,…or virtual desk, will be stored…on two different hosts.…Now we have the ability to tolerate…a single ESXi host failure.…Running on ESXi01 is the witness…and the witness is what controls…which of these virtual disk copies…is actually active.…
But what if all three of these ESXi hosts…are in the same rack?…Here we see a virtual machine…
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
VMware vSphere 6 Essential Trainingwith Brandon Neill1h 28m 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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