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Modernize Your Hyperconverged Infrastructure with vSAN 7

Enterprises are rapidly adopting vSAN-powered hyperconverged infrastructure to solve some of their biggest IT infrastructure challenges: increasing complexity, rising costs, and the accelerating pace of operations. vSAN adopters have seen the total cost of ownership for storage go down by 40% on average, and they are spending less time on storage operations. A recent Forrester study found that over five years, vSAN provided a 259% return on investment.

With vSAN 7, we are continuing to build on the robust features that make vSAN a high performing general-purpose infrastructure. vSAN 7 makes it easy for you to standardize on a single storage operational model with three new capabilities: integrated file services, enhanced cloud-native storage, and simpler lifecycle management. You can now unify block and file storage on hyperconverged infrastructure with a single control pane, which reduces costs and simplifies storage management. Cloud-native applications also benefit from these updates, which include integrated file services, vSphere with Kubernetes support, and increased data services. Finally, vSAN 7 also simplifies HCI lifecycle management by reducing the number of tools required for Day 2 operations, while simultaneously increasing update reliability.

Top 3 New Features of vSAN 7

Learn about integrated file share services, simplified HCI cluster updates, and more.

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Leading the Hyperconverged Infrastructure Market

With more than 20,000 customers, vSAN remains #1 for HCI, claiming over 38% of the market share last quarter.

Find Out Why IDC Named VMware the “Market Leading HCI Software for 2019 Q3”

Technical Overview: What’s New in vSAN 7

See the new features and enhancements in the latest release.

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Powering Cloud-Native Applications in the Public Cloud

See how vSAN, VMC on AWS, and vSphere empower a real hybrid cloud by freeing workloads to move in and out of any cloud.

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New Capabilities in vSAN 7

  • Enhanced Cloud-Native Storage.?vSAN supports file-based persistent volumes for Kubernetes on vSAN datastores. Developers can dynamically create file shares for their applications and have multiple pods share data. vSAN supports NFS v4.1 and v3 protocols.

  • Integrated File Services
    • Simplified provisioning. In vSAN 7, integrated file services make it easier to provision and share files. Users now can now provision a file share from their vSAN cluster, which can be accessed via NFS 4.1 and NFS 3. A simple workflow reduces the amount of time it takes to stand up a file share.?
    • Lower cost. Industry-standard x86 servers lower upfront cost as well as recurring costs for file shares.
    • Unified storage operations. VMware HCI allows admins to handle both block and file storage, reducing the need for specialized skills and freeing up IT admins to focus on higher level tasks.
  • Simpler Lifecycle Management
    • Consistent operations with a unified LCM tool. vSAN 7 provides? a unified lifecycle management tool (LCM) for Day 2 operations for software and server hardware. vLCM delivers a single lifecycle workflow for the full HCI server stack: vSphere, vSAN, drivers and OEM server firmware.?
    • Reduced monitoring and remediation. vLCM constantly monitors and automatically remediates compliance drift.
  • Increased Visibility into vSAN Used Capacity.?Replication objects are now visible in vSAN monitoring for customers using?VMware Site Recovery Manager and vSphere Replication. The objects are labeled “vSphere Replicas” in the “Replication” category.

  • Uninterrupted Application Run Time.?vSAN 7 enhances uptime in stretched clusters by introducing the ability to redirect VM I/O from one site to another in the event of a capacity imbalance. Once the disks at the first site have freed up capacity, customers can redirect I/O back to the original site without disruption.

  • Automatic Policy Compliance for 2-Node vSAN Deployments.?vSAN 7 keeps 2-node deployments in policy compliance by automating repair objects operations during witness replacement.