Can a single Virtual Volume (VVol) span different physical arrays/devices?

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Alwin Kohl, Sr. Solutions Architect & Alfons Michels Sr. Product Marketing Manager - DataCore

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If you were to pose this question to your storage vendor or VMware support today, you would be likely to receive the answer: “No. vSphere does not support this.” Nevertheless, with the VMware certified, universal vSphere APIs for Storage Awareness (VASA) provider from DataCore you can easily achieve that with full VMware support and without VVol certified hardware today. Use of local discs alone or in combination with other storage arrays as part of the Virtual Volumes datastore would even be sufficient. Join our brief webinar and Q&A to learn how to make this happen. Discover in our expanded live demo: O How to setup such a solution in real life O How to implement auto-tiering across different arrays
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