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Ask a subset of /.: VMWare and iSCSI enclosures

peacefinder (469349) writes | more than 6 years ago

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Any volunteers to have their brains picked about VMWare deployments and/or iSCSI disk enclosures?

Looking to move to iSCSI network storage, something in the neighborhood of 1.5TB of RAID 5. (Max of 3TB within five years.) EqualLogic looks good to me, except that Dell just bought them, sigh. Anyone know anything awful about them? Anything wonderful about someone else?

Any volunteers to have their brains picked about VMWare deployments and/or iSCSI disk enclosures?

Looking to move to iSCSI network storage, something in the neighborhood of 1.5TB of RAID 5. (Max of 3TB within five years.) EqualLogic looks good to me, except that Dell just bought them, sigh. Anyone know anything awful about them? Anything wonderful about someone else?

After that, I'll be looking to roll all my servers - including an MSSQL 2003 server and some applications on it - up into VMWare. Anyone have some lessons learned they'd like to share?

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