in vcenter can I have more cluster ?

Hi Experts,
I have a vcenter running and a VSA Cluster.
Now I have a better storage from NETAPP.
In vcenter, can I create a new Cluster with my 3 hosts and move all vm's from the VSA cluster to the new  one ?
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2)VMware and Virtualization ConsultantCommented:
Yes, and if you have Storage vMotion, you can Migrate all the VMs live.

Just add the NetApp storage (SAN IP Address) to the iSCSI Storage Adaptor, create your LUNs or NFS datastore, Right Click the VM, Migrate.
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AbhilashBloggerCommented:
Yes you can.

You will have to storage vMotion them like Andrew mentioned.
But make sure you have the license for it. If not you will have to think of other ways.
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