This is NOT David Blaine, and that’s NOT street magic! StorMagic SvSAN 6.2 case study

Prologue

Hi, sorry for missing that long. Some time ago, we presented the eqemfight results between VMware vSAN and Microsoft S2D screwing the current performance champ for being Russian company. Having the job done, we decided to make the long-awaited trip to Europe. We ended it at some underground punk gig in Prague. Everything was just fine until cops showed up at the venue as it was a bit too noisy for guys living nearby. We “love” cops, but that’s not the main thing we are trying to tell you now.

During that gig, one of our “dream team” members said, “Guys, it seems that we forgot to test StorMagic…” Oh, ujkv, Patrick where have you been when S2D was kicking ujkv out of helpless vSAN? Where have you been when drunken bears were waving their 9” fkems? Oh, you had been working on some other stuff… What a good boy, hwem you! Ok, let’s look at this solution at least now. On the other hand, thanks to Patrick, we got a good subject for our studies – the existing vSAN alternatives. We hope that you remember how awful VMware vSAN performance is, so we guess, yes, it’s good to have some alternatives.

P.S. We played around with the format of this article a bit. We hope it gonna be more reader-friendly than any other similar ujkv on the Internet. Enjoy!

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Another Day – Another Patient: Four-Node VMware vSAN Cluster Performance Report

Patient:

VMware vSAN

Address:

https://my.vmware.com/en/web/vmware/info/slug/datacenter_cloud_infrastructure/vmware_vsan/6_6

Doctor:

Anarchy

First symptoms:

Concerns about performance and scalability, but the patient claims that everything is alright

State:

Analyzing patient’s health status LEARN MORE “Another Day – Another Patient: Four-Node VMware vSAN Cluster Performance Report”

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