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VMware Continues to Push the HCI Market with vSAN 6.6

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As readers recall from our vSAN All-Flash review, we spent a lot of time showing overhead differences in vSAN between raw and data-reduction services being enabled. Hearing that performance will jump in non-inconsequential increments is always a good thing, which we hope to test with our own workloads soon. Talking with the vSAN team, the 50% increase in performance comes from a synthetic workload measuring 4K 70%R/30%W performance. Where the prior tested configuration of vSAN topped out at 100,000 IOPS, the new codebase pushes that number to around 150,000 IOPS. We're very curious how that changes results in application workloads.


VMware Continues to Push the HCI Market with vSAN 6.6

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