There might other better solutions from the storage array vendor on moving the LUNs from old to new array.
I have not tested the below configuration but I guess it might do the trick.
If you need to initiate it from host end for couple of VMs, then add another HBA ( that connects to new storage ) to UCS blade using old storage array. Then you do regular storage vmotion to move the VMs to new LUNs / datastore.
UCS Connecting to two different storrage with two different SAN
I thought that you have a MDS SAN and now connect a Brocade SAN. The fact that Brocade doesn't support VSAN's is irrelelevant, the VSAN tag will be removed from FI outbound, resp. added, for FI inbound traffic.
Using 2 different VSAN's is just used to route the FC traffic to MDS, resp. Brocade SAN.
you can keep VSAN 1 for MDS, although its not best practise, and create a new one for Brocade.
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