Virtual SAN: A New Storage Tier with VMware – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 304

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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Alberto Farronato, the Director of Product Marketing for Cloud Infrastructure Storage and Availability at VMware, stops by to chat about the recent launch of the VMware Virtual SAN (VSAN), which provides a software-defined storage tier that pools compute and DAS resources through the server hypervisor. By clustering server direct-attached HDDs and SSDs, VSAN creates a distributed, shared data store at the hypervisor layer that is designed and optimized for virtual machines.

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