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July 24, 2013


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Hi Chad,
You say "(vSAN) It's deeply embedded in the VMkernel (so it can't be used with OpenStack ...". I guess that depends on which hypervisor you choose to run OpenStack on.

Chad Sakac

@Forbes - that's fair - and I've corrected the post to remove that. It's a little tricky in the sense that the Cinder plugin generally expects a device to handle, but it is possible to create something that COULD work with the vSAN model. Thanks for the feedback/correction!

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