A company hosts a vSAN 7 stretched cluster for all development workloads. The original sizing of a maximum of 250 concurrent workloads in the vSAN cluster is no longer sufficient and needs to increase to at least 500 concurrent workloads within the next six months.
To meet this demand, the original 8-node (4-4-1) cluster has recently been expanded to 16 nodes (8-8-1).
Which three additional steps should the administrator take to support the current growth plans while minimizing the amount of resources required at the witness site? (Choose three.)
An administrator wants to check the performance metrics for the workloads and their virtual disks that are running on a vSAN cluster, but no statistical charts are displayed in the vSphere client.
Why is this behavior being seen?
: Some tools allow for measuring latency peaks. This unfortunately isn't ideal, as it can unfairly represent statistical outliers, which may very well occur when there is little to no I/O activity. The best way to understand the actual behavior of VM and application latencies is to observe in time based performance graphs. Depending on the level of detail, you may need to measure at the individual VMDK level. Become familiar with these graphs to determine what is normal, and what is not for that given application. This is where you can use built-in functionality of vCenter and the vSAN performance service metrics to gather this information.
An administrator is tasked to create a custom storage policy for workloads and is including additional disk stripes while defining the storage policy.
What is the main purpose of this practice?
The ''number of disk stripes per object'' storage policy rule attempts to improve performance by distributing data contained in a single object (such as a VMDK) across more capacity devices. https://blogs.vmware.com/virtualblocks/2021/01/21/stripe-width-improvements-in-vsan-7-u1/
An architect collected the below technical requirements from the customer during a vSAN cluster design workshop:
* Maximize the vSAN datastore usable capacity.
* Deduplication and compression are required to help utilize available capacity efficiency.
* Ensure the highest level of resiliency wherever possible.
Which disk group configuration should the architect include in the design?