So heaps has happened in my home lab over the past 18 months, where not only am I now running ESXi 6.7 U3, I also have an extra host with the same specs as the first, with both now acting in a 2-Node vSAN configuration.
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So after many years putting it off I have decided to invest in building a decent home lab for testing basically everything VMware related. I spent the past few weeks researching the parts I should get and in the end, and after some help from my colleagues Tai Ratcliff and Askar Kopbayev, I finally settled on the Super Micro X10SDV-6C-TLN4F-O Motherboard as my starting point, as it can hold up to 128 GB RAM (Which is going to be important when spinning up all of the vRealize Suite).
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