Advanced data caching utilizing large-scale SDRAM cache to improve .... rarely executed since the EMC VPLEX proactively monitors for changes to the storage .... the VMware ESX host is indeed the newly provisioned VPLEX virtual volume.
USING VMWARE VSPHERE WITH EMC VPLEX Best Practices Planning
Abstract This white paper describes EMC® VPLEX™ features and functionality relevant to VMware® vSphere. The best practices for configuring a VMware environment to optimally leverage EMC VPLEX are also presented. The paper also discusses methodologies to migrate an existing VMware deployment to the EMC VPLEX family. July 2011
Host cluster nodes are distributed across two sites for maximum availability ..... proactively monitors for changes to the storage environment. The second .... advanced data caching and distributed cache coherency provide workload resiliency,.
Jun 3, 2010 - 3.7.2 Create a NAS datastore on an ESX server............. 133. 3.8 Using iSCSI storage . ... 3.11 Monitor and manage storage. ... Celerra iSCSI inside a Windows guest OS ..................... 284 ..... 6.3.4 Source server activity .
Business requirements are placing ever increasing demands on. IT infrastructure ... Use, copying, and distribution of any EMC software described in .... All included in a cost-effective solution that cannot be matched anywhere in the industry .... VP
vSphere 4. Applied Best Practices Guide .... Chapter 3. Celerra Storage Provisioning for ESX Hosts . ... Creating RDM volumes for an ESX host over a Celerra iSCSI LUN. ..... 10 Introduction to Using EMC Celerra with VMware vSphere 4 .... Hosts, vCent
operate on all the LUNs of all the virtual machines in the protection group. Raw device mappings. (RDM). RDM includes a combination of a pointer, which is a .vmdk file that resides on a VMFS volume and a physical raw device to which the .vmdk points.
affordable, and automatic. ABSTRACT ... powered by EMC VPLEX provides data coherency across distance for simultaneous access to the same ... services. As stakes and expectations rise, high availability (HA) and disaster recovery (DR).