- It's easy to implement.
- It performs very well.
The total cost of ownership, as it's really cheap for us and we have budgetary constraints. Plus, as we're a hospital, doctors need to access their patient data quickly, which VSAN allows them to do.
We haven’t had an issue and we've been using it for about six months now.
I find it’s easy to scale, so if you need 100 more VMs, you know the amount of users per node, and you know exactly how much it’s going to cost you to scale up.
Never had an issue.
The only thing is that as we were early adopters, we found tech support was difficult to deal with because our hardware was Cisco, and they didn’t know what we were talking about.
We had one issue with an MTU, but it didn't take me even a day to set up.
Basically we're a one man shop – we like to keep our list short and simple: VMWare and Cisco.
Try it out. It’s worth it.