Virtual Volumes virtualize-Storage Area Network and Network Attached Storage devices into logical pools of capacity. What are these pools of capacity known as?

A. Virtual SAN Datastores
B. NFS
C. VMFS Datastores
D. iSCSI
Answer: A
Explanation:
Virtual Volumes virtualizes SAN and NAS devices by abstracting physical hardware resources into
logical pools of capacity. These pools of capacity are known as Virtual Datastores. The Virtual
Datastore defines capacity boundaries, access logic, and exposes a set of data services
accessible to the virtual machines provisioned in the pool. Virtua l Datastores are purely logical
constructs that can be configured on the fly, when needed, without disruption and don’t require
formatting with a fi le system

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