VCAP6-DTM Deployment Objective 7.1 – Create a Virtual SAN Cluster and Configure View for Virtual SAN

Create a Virtual SAN Cluster and Configure View for Virtual SAN

Configure Virtual SAN clusters according to a deployment plan

After creating Cluster for VDI  deployment we can enable vSAN to use ESXi local disk as share Datastore. From vSphere web client click on Cluster > Manage > Settings > Virtual SAN > General and click Configure

 

vsan4.JPG

Enabling vSAN

Depend of your deployment design select Enable for Deduplication and compression and select option to configure

vsan

VSAN capabilities

vsan1

VSAN Network

vsan2

Ready to complete

Configure Virtual SAN storage for a Horizon View Desktop Pool

After creating VSAN cluster in our Horizon View setup, we will be able to choose VSAN datasore when creating new Automated Desktop Pool during Storage optimization step.

pool.JPG

VSAN Datastore selection

 

Configure/Manage Virtual SAN storage policies for Horizon View

When deploying View Horizon first Desktop Pool, View Auto creates VSAN storage policies and apply it to correct object created during Pool deployment.

policy

VSAN View Auto Created storage policies

policy-replica

Replica Disk View Storage policies settings

policy-replica2

Replica View Storage policy

policy-os_floating

OS Storage View Policies settings

policy-os_floating2

OS disk View Storage policy

We can modify those policies within vCenter Policies and Profiles setting page

policy1.JPG

Policies and Profiles 

 

Click here to read other entries in the series VCAP6 -DTM

Advertisements

One response to “VCAP6-DTM Deployment Objective 7.1 – Create a Virtual SAN Cluster and Configure View for Virtual SAN

  1. Pingback: VCAP6-Desktop and Mobility Deployment Study Guide – Virtual Elementary·

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s