Lately, we have been getting enquiries from Open-E DSS V7 users about VMware settings. That’s why we decided to prepare a webcast explaining how to tune iSCSI Target settings for ESX. In just 14 minutes, our moderator will take you through the entire process.
iSCSI (Internet Small Computer System Interface) is based on familiar SCSI and TCP/IP standards and offers many benefits, not only for data centers. iSCSI storage lets you effectively use disk space while ensuring data reliability, lower cost, and increased performance.
Moreover, centralized storage management utilizing iSCSI and RAID technology make administration more comfortable and reduce downtime in case of hard drive failures.
Let’s have a look at some of the discussed topics:
Creating the iSCSI Volume and Target
Accessing hardware configuration from console screen
Modifying default values for the iSCSI Target
Changing the ESX initiator values in “Advanced Settings”
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