VMware ESX – Shared Disk Between VMs

In VMware virtualization environments (as a rule in clustering scenarios) it may be necessary to share the same disk (vmdk or RMD) between 2 (or more) virtual machines (VMs) on VMWare ESXi. The most optimal way is to use the vmdk disk physically located on the shared storage or locally on the ESXi host and this can be done following some specific configurations to be able to access data between different VMs on the same storage. Read More …

Windows Server 2016 – Disk and Share quorum members (Failover Clustering)

Let’s begin by saying and focus that computer clusters (Windows-based) require 3 or more voting member systems to be stable. A failover cluster is a group of independent servers which work collaboratively to ensure high availability and scalability for workloads such as File Server, Exchange, SQL, and Virtual Machines. Read More …