Journey to vSAN – A Technical Adventure

Imagine having just configured some LUNs on your new PowerVault MD3820i. ¬†Encryption key management has been configured, and 20 SEDs (self-encrypting drives) are spinning and ready for use with vSphere. ¬†There are 4 SSDs in the PowerVault to use for caching that just need to be configured. “What do you mean these cache disks aren’t…

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