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vSphere High Performance Cookbook - Second Edition by Prasenjit Sarkar, Christopher Kusek, Kevin Elder

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How to do it...

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  1. Create a VM storage policy. While in vSphere Web Client, click on the Home icon and select Policies and Profiles. This will take you to the Policies and Profiles view. Then, select VM Storage Policies from the left sidebar. This will take you to the VM Storage Profiles view:

Now we can see the default VM storage policies as shown in the image below:

  1. The next step is to start adding a new VM storage policy. To do this, select Create VM Storage Policy. If we stick to the gold/silver/bronze example, here ...

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