How to build a home-made NAS for vSphere

by | Dec 17, 2014

ETIQUETAS: Storage | Tips | VMware-en

Today we bring over an interesting article written by Larry Smith in which he reports his experience building a home-made NAS for VMware's vSphere hypervisor.

He had been using so far Nexenta 3.x but, as he had to move to 4.x, the possibility of running a GlusterFS cluster using the two NAS servers that he used for Nexenta was called into question. Learn all the details reading this article.



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