Virtualization-Aware Storage (VM-Aware Storage)
Definition - What does Virtualization-Aware Storage (VM-Aware Storage) mean?
Virtualization-aware storage (VM-aware storage) is a type of computer data storage designed to facilitate the management and monitoring of virtual machines (VMs) within a virtualized environment. It enables the storage to be managed at the same time as VMs rather than separately, as logical unit numbers (LUNs) or volumes do.
Techopedia explains Virtualization-Aware Storage (VM-Aware Storage)
VM-aware storage specifically focuses on the input and output patterns and sequences of virtual environments and is set up to automatically manage quality of service for each VM. Its drawback is that it’s designed for virtualization, and not all end-users run virtual machines all the time. In that respect, VM-aware storage is not suited to the user’s needs.
- Virtualization-Aware Network (VM-Aware Network)
- Software-Defined Storage (SDS)
- Virtual Storage (VS)
- Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC)
- Software-Defined Networking (SDN)
- Virtual Machine (VM)
- Storage Virtualization
- Software-Defined Networking Monitoring Application (SDN Monitoring Application)
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