So VSAN is finally here in a released form. On paper, it looks very impressive. I spend an awful lot of time looking at scale-out storage systems – looking at ways to do them faster, cheaper and better. And although I welcome VMware and VSAN to the party, I don’t think I’m really the target market: the product’s not really ready …
Just Asking if we're on the Similarly Same Pages or Discovering Quantum Overlaps in Virtual Programs
Perhaps I’d transcode on bare-metal machines but might present out on VM-ed application servers, for example. …… for working in IntelAIgently Designed and Perfectly Secured Alternative Virtual Reality Environments ……. Beta MetaDataBase Testing Areas ….. well, as perfectly phormed and activated/self actuated as is realised as possible in fields festooned and fated and feted with flaws and attractive sub-prime attractions ….. grand distractions?!.
But is the vSAN any good? is it fast, is it cheaper than alternative block storage?
or even a NFS share exported from GPFS/ZFS/StoreNext/*
I've been studiously ignoring the furious circle-jerk over VSAN since late last year. Show me the money!
Currently $2495 per socket or $50 per user(think VDI)
Read more here: http://www.theregister.co.uk/2014/03/12/vsan_software_and_hardware_price_revealed_as/
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