Is there any requirements from RSA NetWitness Logs and Network 11.3 on VMWare environment
for Storage (IO,Driver Speed, Cash, Ports Speed, etc....), or any storage specs will works fine with RSA.
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There used to be a page with virtual requirements https://community.rsa.com/docs/DOC-81260 but I guess RSA decided that it wasn't important so it has been removed.
Raising a ticket with support may not give you an accurate answer because they would also have to refer to some document, or make some values up so they can close the ticket.
By the way, as far as I can recall, they would only specify minimum IO for virtual storage and not so much detail that you are looking for.
You can find guidelines around virtual specs here: Virtual Host Setup: Task 2. Review Optimal Datastore Space Configuration, which is part of the larger Virtual Host Installation Guide for RSA NetWitness Platform 11.3 - Table of Contents (also available on the main 11.3 page as a single downloadable PDF).
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