Configuring Storage Access for Your vSphere Environment

Storage is an integral part of any vSphere infrastructure as it is required to store your virtual machines (VMs). Different types of storage can be incorporated into a vSphere infrastructure, and these types are determined based on a variety of factors, such as the type of disks used, the storage protocol, and the type of connectivity. The most common way of referring to the types of storage presented to a vSphere infrastructure is based on the storage protocol used, their connection type, and their locality (directly attached or remote storage).

ESXi supports both local and remote storage. Local storage refers to storage accessible from within the server or directly connected to the ...

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