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  • VMware vSphere ESX and vCenter Configuration Maximums

    When you select and configure your virtual and physical equipment, you must stay at or below the maximums supported by VMware. The limits presented in the following sections represent tested, recommended limits, and are fully supported by VMware. The limits presented in the guide are applicable to ESXi host and vCenter Server. The limits can… Continue reading

  • VMware vSAN

    VMware vSAN is a hyper-converged, software-defined storage product developed by VMware that pools together direct-attached storage devices across a VMware vSphere cluster to create a distributed, shared data store. This blog covering basics of vSAN 6.7 Prerequisites Here are the minimum requirements to build a VSAN environment. Refer this VMware article for all requirements in… Continue reading

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Welcome to my blog! I’m Vysakh Nair, a Cloud Architect at Presight, a G42 company. With over 17 years in IT infrastructure, I have honed my skills in Azure, AWS, and VMware technologies. My expertise extends to both Microsoft and Linux environments, and I thrive on tackling challenges in Storage and Networking technologies. Join me as I share insights and experiences from my journey in the world of cloud architecture and IT infrastructure. Continue Reading