VMware VVols is coming. Will your storage be ready for it? HP 3PAR StoreServ will be!

Good Post by Eric Siebert (thank you)

After more than three years in development, VMware Virtual Volumes (VVols) storage technology is set to ignite the storage array landscape. VMware VVols represents a major change in the vSphere storage architecture for shared storage arrays. It provides storage with VM-level granularity by introducing a 1:1 mapping of VMs to storage volumes as well as simplifies storage management through automated policy-based management. Prior to VVols, storage arrays primarily integrated with vSphere at a volume/datastore level using VMware’s Virtual Machine File System (VMFS). Moving forward, you can choose to use VMFS or VVols, with VVols offering more advanced capabilities as the preferred option.

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