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Hello Experts,

 I want to deep dive into the storage concepts of VWMare. Can anyone suggest me , the good references/books/whitepapers etc from where I can start?

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-Prashant Girennavar.
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2) earned 500 total points
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A Good Start is here

vSphere Storage ESXi 5.5 vCenter Server 5.5

But vSphere just uses Fibre Channel, iSCSI and NFS when available, and these were around long before vSphere was invented.
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To add to Andrew's comment, I would suggest you to start with,

Mastering VMware vSphere 5.5 - This will cover the basics.

Then dive deep,

Storage Implementation in vSphere 5.0 (VMware Press)

In addition to this there are plenty of articles, you can search in Google.
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