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#1 2020-09-13 13:32:53

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News  Fresh from the press: VCF Guardrails  Fresh from the press: VCF Guardrails

8 March, 2018  News, VCF, VMware  3      VMware just published the first edition of the  VMware Cloud  Foundation Guardrails for VCF version 2.3.1. This is a must read for anyone who wants to deploy VMware Cloud Foundation – partners, customers, etc.
This document explains the supported changes you can do in a VMware Cloud Foundation environment and  what you need  to watch out for but also gives guidance on supported configurations.

Topics include  Physical Switches and Networks

Server Hardware.
General  quest ions and answers.
Storage and vSAN.
vCenter Server.
Hybrid  Cloud Use Cases .
Operational Aspects.
To download the VCF Guardrails, .

Go to the official VMware Docs – VMware Cloud Foundation page
Expand the VMware Cloud Foundation 2.3.1 section and open the PDF documentaion section

Or download it directly from this link.
– Marek.
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Heath Reynolds says:         8 March

2018 at 19:23          Interesting, the guardrails doc says not to make changes to the default VSAN storage policy created by SDDC manager.
My interpretation of the  admin  guide is that it instructs you to change the default policy if you want erasure coding. admin .doc_231/GUID-FC51D550-2F5E-428C-B8C2-0658428E2638.html   Reply         Marek says:         8 March, 2018 at 20:08          Interesting indeed.
I’ll check with the  engineering .
Marek says:         9 March, 2018 at 14:40          Hi, Follow up – you cannot change the default vSAN storage policy as configured by default during the bring-up phase by the SDDC manager.
You can however create a new vSAN policy based on your  requirements  afterwards.
Just make sure your hardware is able to support it.
Hope this helps.
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