/Tabs /S >> /Pg 34 0 R /Type /StructTreeRoot Things I am looking for is that is it best to setup datastores for different types of data or one universal datastore type. This VMware Storage Best Practices document tells you about the storage performance and technology, architecting for failure and performance between Interconnect and IOP. /Resources << /P 3 0 R >> PROCESS PROCESS /Contents 150 0 R << /Image89 106 0 R 50 0 obj Learn how to optimize performance on your RDSH applications and desktops by following the best practices listed in this guide; some of these include general vSphere, ESXi host sizing, RDSH configuration, Horizon 7, and many more. 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Theme Just because you COULD, doesn’t mean you SHOULD. /ProcSet [/PDF /Text /ImageB /ImageC /ImageI] This white paper outlines best practices on how to set up HPE 3PAR StoreServ Storage with VMware vSphere 6.5 as well as how t o take advantage of HPE 3PAR StoreServ’s unique features such as vSphere integration, HPE 3PAR Thin Provisioning technologies, Dynamic and /XObject << /ProcSet [/PDF /Text /ImageB /ImageC /ImageI] /Resources << << << /CS /DeviceRGB /F1 78 0 R When you visit our website, we use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience. /Group << endobj /GS9 77 0 R /Parent 2 0 R 25 502 0 R 26 502 0 R 27 502 0 R 28 502 0 R 29 502 0 R /Resources << >> 100.000000 100.000000 PROCESS PROCESS /S /Slide PROCESS /Contents 100 0 R 10.000002 /StructParents 44 /StructParents 22 47 [557 0 R 558 0 R 559 0 R 560 0 R 561 0 R 562 0 R 563 0 R 564 0 R 565 0 R 566 0 R << In addition, keep some headroom in your datastores. /MediaBox [0 0 720 540] >> 0.000000 100.000000 6Y+AV/kGf84KkH/OOXmOF+X6RspCPskmVafRwOVz08zyISOw5j+IIn/lQXmn/lvsf+Cm/wCqeU/k >> PROCESS Store. >> >> 186 0 R] /OLH/TT/APRj/wBjGYuo6Ox0H8Xw/SiP+cnP+mb/AOj3/sXzXZ+jre3/AOD/ADv0PDMx3nXYq7FX 12 /Parent 2 0 R proof:pdf >> /F6 85 0 R /Group << /ExtGState << /F7 87 0 R /Resources << endobj C=25 M=40 Y=65 K=0 /MediaBox [0 0 720 540] >> /K [535 0 R 536 0 R 537 0 R 669 0 R 539 0 R 670 0 R] /Tabs /S Cookie Settings. You might split out the NFS datastores this way, too, but again - this would mainly be for backup and replication. /F1 78 0 R 4 [202 0 R 203 0 R 204 0 R 205 0 R 206 0 R 207 0 R 208 0 R 209 0 R 210 0 R 211 0 R /K [187 0 R 188 0 R 189 0 R 613 0 R 191 0 R 614 0 R] 29 0 obj >> >> 26 0 obj /Resources << /S /Transparency PROCESS /P 3 0 R >> 39 0 obj >> /Resources << >> /XObject << /ExtGState << /ExtGState << 95.000000 We had an 8 node cluster where each node was mounted using its dedicated IP address, you have 8 different datastores, VM admins get so confused which one to use. >> 67 0 obj NFS datastores do not suffer many of the caveats that block storage protocols do, mainly because the storage array has visibility into the specific VM a write or read is being issued to. >> /F2 79 0 R >> /ProcSet [/PDF /Text /ImageB /ImageC /ImageI] CMYK 10.000002 /F1 78 0 R >> /XObject << >> /Type /Metadata /P 3 0 R 48 0 obj /Image23 84 0 R << /Marked true 25.000000 /Tabs /S >> >> /Type /StructElem /F2 79 0 R /GS6 76 0 R CMYK 95.000000 100.000000 /StructParents 1 /Header /Sect oeyO1J4RR9UO7u9zTknwl5jqGnXdhcGC6jKP+yf2WHip7522n1MM0eKBtnGQPJDZeydirsVdirsV /ExtGState << /K [158 0 R 159 0 R 160 0 R 609 0 R 162 0 R 610 0 R] AQCWAAAAAQAB/+4ADkFkb2JlAGTAAAAAAf/bAIQABgQEBAUEBgUFBgkGBQYJCwgGBggLDAoKCwoK /F6 85 0 R /Type /Page xmp.iid:903D8983282068118DBB8F7DD10C2835 /F1 78 0 R C=0 M=90 Y=85 K=0 100.000000 /F8 89 0 R >> C=40 M=45 Y=50 K=5 << /K [270 0 R 271 0 R 272 0 R 624 0 R 274 0 R 625 0 R 626 0 R] /Pg 24 0 R 0.000000 /Font << /XObject << /Type /Pages VMware_TitleSlide_bkgd_R2 100.000000 /Pg 16 0 R 13 0 obj /Type /Page /ExtGState << C=55 M=60 Y=65 K=40 << saved 0.000000 False saved /Font << the best possible VVols experience through VMware’s VASA 3.0 specification. /StructParents 23 CMYK /Type /Page PROCESS >> /Tabs /S 75 0 obj /Parent 2 0 R / /ExtGState << /ExtGState << 7ZU4RJO5bxQ7FXYq7FXYq7FXvf8Azix/00//AEY/9jGYuo6Ox0H8Xw/SiP8AnJz/AKZv/o9/7F81 PROCESS /Resources << /Group << 2iZfT24V5AkVSZKIYkDqB/LtfKf1qztIm1eRXUQGW45xzCUxLUGUck9CkoISnqdW4/u8kOK2Ehj4 /Type /Group / AAIRAQMRAf/EAaIAAAAHAQEBAQEAAAAAAAAAAAQFAwIGAQAHCAkKCwEAAgIDAQEBAQEAAAAAAAAA /F6 85 0 R Using CHAP helps with scalability, as well as ease of management. The amount of free disk space also depends on disk write activity of the VMs while there are active snapshots. /Resources << << /K [390 0 R 391 0 R 392 0 R 641 0 R 394 0 R 642 0 R] /K [484 0 R 485 0 R 486 0 R 658 0 R 488 0 R 659 0 R] /Parent 2 0 R >> /S /Slide 50.000000 On a LUN that is thin-provisioned on the array side this can allow the storage array hardware to reuse no-longer needed blocks. Use vSAN datastore for the NSX Edge s. If you use a vSAN datastore, ensure that the vSAN environment is properly sized for the workloads. BKQHNIFpta2ccAr9qTu39MxZ5DJujGlfK2bsVdiqb6R5lv8AT6Rk+vbD/dLnoP8AJbtmFqdDDLvy Disclaimer: These are not best practices. /F8 89 0 R /XObject << /Type /StructElem endobj 59 0 obj >> >> /F7 87 0 R /Image23 84 0 R /Type /StructElem /CS /DeviceRGB Hx8fHx8fHx8fHx8fHx8fHx8fHx8fHx8fHx8fHx8fHx8fHx8fHx8fHx8fHx8f/8AAEQgAwAEAAwER /Slide /Part /Group << /MediaBox [0 0 720 540] Since the same back-end spindles were used, any number of NFS exports on the same volume would all share performance power, anyway. /StructParents 0 AR3PNxcmW+XJJn+0c6TR/wB0Px1ZQ5LcymTsVdirsVdirsVdirsVe9/84sf9NP8A9GP/AGMZi6jo GRAY /Font << ] /Group << /Image23 84 0 R >> 4 Best Practices for Implementing VMware vSphere in a Dell PS Series Storage Environment | TR1091 | v1.3 Note: In a VMware vSphere environment, this allows rapid movement of datastores between clusters. >> << /ProcSet [/PDF /Text /ImageB /ImageC /ImageI] /Pg 10 0 R /Group << /Dialogsheet /Part /Contents 147 0 R The book covers new features as well as … /Group << /F1 78 0 R 25.000000 95.000000 >> /MediaBox [0 0 720 540] VMware, Inc. 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Such as we have VM's which we have virtual disks fo the os and then addtitional virtual disks for there data. >> /Pg 28 0 R /P 3 0 R /F1 78 0 R 0.000000 /MediaBox [0 0 720 540] 0.000000 14 [390 0 R 391 0 R 392 0 R 393 0 R 394 0 R 395 0 R 396 0 R 397 0 R 398 0 R] /GS9 77 0 R /P92 112 0 R /XObject << /Type /Group dirsVdirsVdirsVdirsVeqaN/wAcex/5h4v+IDOT1P8Aey/rH73stL/dR/qj7kZlDe7FXYq7FUl1 This VMware Storage Best Practices document tells you about the storage performance and technology, architecting for failure and performance between Interconnect and IOP. /F9 90 0 R /F1 78 0 R /Font << >> A best practice for user-specific data in a View desktop is to redirect as much user data as possible to network- based file shares. /F9 90 0 R /Contents 101 0 R 1 0 obj saved /Contents 145 0 R /F7 87 0 R /Type /Page 50.000000 /M+39jv+hmNT/wCrFD/yPf8A5ox8cr/Lx/mfb+x3/QzGp/8AVih/5Hv/AM0Y+OV/l4/zPt/Y7/oZ 100.000000 >> /Contents 102 0 R >> This information does not usually directly identify you, but it can give you a more personalized web experience. /Font << >> /GS88 108 0 R /Tabs /S /GS9 77 0 R Black Things I am looking for is that is it best to setup datastores for different types of data or one universal datastore type. 0.000000 >> 0.000000 5.000001 >> /CreationDate (D:20120611163813-06'00') 80.000000 endobj 6 0 obj << 10.000000 /F7 87 0 R /K [227 0 R 228 0 R 229 0 R 618 0 R 619 0 R 620 0 R 621 0 R] /Parent 2 0 R /MediaBox [0 0 720 540] /ExtGState << 21 0 obj 46 [549 0 R 550 0 R 551 0 R 552 0 R 553 0 R 554 0 R 555 0 R 556 0 R] /StructParents 8 PROCESS 0.000000 /StructParents 14 /Font << /Type /StructElem PROCESS >> pywxyrRx8j3yUZEckUwP8wGv9PmiSBCfUi5er3VeRH2c3/ZXDkiSehddrsnBIDvDztmZmLMSWO5J 64 0 obj /Group << 1 /S /Transparency q7FXYq7FXYq7FXYq7FXYq7FXYq7FXYq7FXYq7FXYq7FXYq7FXYq7FXYq7FXYq7FXYq7FXYq7FXYq /Type /StructElem CMYK >> 0.000000 10.000000 /Image23 84 0 R /P 3 0 R 25.000000 bazaSjPsn4nISnTRlzcOw5pgqqqhVFAOgypwiSdy3ih73/zix/00/wD0Y/8AYxmLqOjsdB/F8P0o /Resources << xmp.iid:8E3D8983282068118DBB8F7DD10C2835 /Tabs /S K=30 /Type /Page endobj H/TT/wDRj/2MZi6jo7HQfxfD9KI/5yc/6Zv/AKPf+xfNdn6Ot7f/AIP879DwzMd512KuxV2KuxV2 54 0 obj /Footer /Sect /S /Slide /XObject << /ExtGState << /StructParents 10 /Type /StructElem /ExtGState << PROCESS endobj /Type /Page C=75 M=0 Y=100 K=0 /F7 87 0 R /Type /Page C=80 M=10 Y=45 K=0 >> This is a comprehensive book designed to help system administrators obtain the best performance from their vSphere 6.7 deployments. /Font << 68 0 obj /ExtGState << PROCESS