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February 2, 2018

Solution brief: Availability and risk avoidance for VMware vSAN

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Solution brief: Availability and risk avoidance for VMware vSAN

Software-defined storage (SDS) separates storage hardware from the software that manages the storage infrastructure. It also enables businesses to purchase heterogeneous storage hardware without concerns such as interoperability, under- or over-utilization and manual oversight of storage resources. This solution brief provides an overview of how VMware and Veeam create a hypervisor-converged, flash-optimized, storage architecture where performance and capacity can be scaled to maintain Availability requirements of the Always-On Business™.