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Category Archives: iscsi
Over the years, I have come across several SMB customers running vSphere on iSCSI. While a majority of them opt for EqualLogic storage, some have existing MD3000i/MD3200i SANs that have been the workhorse Dell storage solution for years. One question … Continue reading
I can’t state it enough. When you are designing a virtual desktop environment, you need to correctly size the back end storage correctly. I have been involved with several VDI deployments, VMware View in particular, and storage performance can make … Continue reading
One of the major features that came out of the vSphere release 16 months ago was the rebuild of the IP stack and iSCSI initiators. With this change was the introduction of the concept of multiple vmkernel ports on the … Continue reading
It isn’t easy to think that way, but if you start planning your Virtual Desktop initiative at the end point, you are fighting a losing battle. This is because it isn’t the Thin Client that is important, but rather the … Continue reading