You can configure and manage a vSAN cluster by using the vSphere Client, esxcli commands, and other tools. Configure a Cluster for vSAN Using the vSphere ClientYou can use the HTML5-based vSphere Client to configure services for your vSAN cluster. Enable vSAN on an Existing ClusterYou can edit cluster properties to enable vSAN for an existing cluster. Disable vSANYou can turn off vSAN for a host cluster. Edit vSAN SettingsYou can edit the settings of your vSAN cluster to configure data management features and enable services provided by the cluster. View vSAN DatastoreAfter you enable vSAN, a single datastore is created. You can review the capacity of the vSAN datastore. Upload Files or Folders to vSAN Datastores You can upload NFS, VMFS, and vmdk files to a vSAN datastore. You can also upload folders to a vSAN datastore. For more information about datastores, see vSphere Storage. Download Files or Folders from vSAN DatastoresYou can download files and folders from a vSAN datastore. For more information about datastores, see vSphere Storage.