yes, IXsystems is a vendor, and they provide it as part of their storage solution. their solution IS truenas enterprise, so if you want a vendor to supply this solution....pay the vendor for it. it is not part of core because it is literally not part of core truenas, it is part of the paid truenas. core is 100% free software, enterprise is exactly not.storage vendor to provide as part of their solution
Updated TrueNAS vCenter Plugin 3.2 supports the new APIs in vSphere 6.5, 6.7-U2, 6.7-U3 (a,b), and 7.0. The plugin enables admins to setup and monitor VMs and storage from within the vCenter web interface. Existing customers can contact email@example.com to gain access to the plugin.True, but the vCenter Storage plug-in is a very common value-add for storage vendor to provide as part of their solution. Isn't the core between TrueNAS core and Enterprise the same?
ah. if that's the case then I'm less sure. I have never used vcenter due to the license, I didn't realize this plugin isn't a vcenter instance. I still don't see them making it avaiable since it's part of their sold product, especially if, like it sounds, it's a custom connection that runs b/w their product(freenas E) and vcenter?(separately bought) vCenter instance