The more datacenters become software-defined, the more important the right infrastructure becomes to provide predictable performance, availability and data protection.
Virtual Volumes (VVols) are an innovative new vSphere feature bringing unprecedented flexibility to data management. However, not all VVols implementations are the same. In some use cases, like replication and recovery, they can become a major bottleneck limiting their usefulness.
But when paired with the right array-based capabilities, the benefits of VVols can be significantly enhanced by leveraging array-based functionality for VM tuning, protection, replication, recovery and more.
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