Configure vSAN with iSCSI based disks – via vMBaggum
This post describes how to configure vSAN with iSCSI based disks and allow vSAN to claim iSCSI disks and contribute to the vSAN Disk Group.
Creating ISCSI Target using vSAN 6.5 – virtualizationblog.com
vSAN 6.5 also extended workload support to physical servers using ISCSI Target Service providing vSAN functionality such as deduplication, compression, mirroring, and erasure coding, RAID-1, RAID-5, RAID-6.
Looking to learn how to use the new iSCSI Target feature when using Virtual SAN (vSAN) 6.5? Then click on the link below and download the iSCSI Target Usage Guide in a PDF format!
Video – Virtual SAN 6.5 iSCSI support – ntpro.nl
Virtual SAN 6.5 adds support for native iSCSI support within VSAN. The main use cases are supporting physical servers and also Microsoft Clustering Technologies that require shared disks. One can create iSCSI Targets and LUNs on VSAN and use iSCSI initiator to access the storage.