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Test Your vSphere 6.5 Knowledge – VMware vSphere 6.5 Quiz

Test Your Knowledge Level on vSphere 6.5 ? Challenge yourself with this nine-question interactive quiz that explores the latest updates to vSphere. After you answer each question, we’ll share additional insights, which means you’ll learn more about the new features and capabilities that you only get with vSphere 6.5. Challenge yourself with this short vSphere […]

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vSphere DRS (Distributed Resource Scheduler)

Distributed Resource Scheduler (DRS) is a resource management solution for vSphere clusters to provide optimized performance of application workloads. DRS will help you run the workloads efficiently  on resources in a vSphere Environment . Download the Official DRS White Paper#   vSphere Resources and Availability DRS will determine the current resource demand of workloads and the […]

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vCenter Update Manager

Update Manager enables centralized, automated patch and version management for VMware vSphere and offers support for VMware ESXi hosts, virtual machines, and virtual appliances. With Update Manager, you can perform the following tasks: Upgrade and patch ESXi hosts. Install and update third-party software on hosts. Upgrade virtual machine hardware, VMware Tools, and virtual appliances. Update Manager requires network connectivity with VMware vCenter Server. Each installation […]

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What is Raw Device Mapping (RDM)

Raw device mapping (RDM) is an option in the vSphere environment that enables a storage LUN to be directly presented to a virtual machine from the storage array . Mostly RDM will be used for confiuring clusters ( SQL , Oracle ) between virtual machines or between physical and virtual machines .Also or where SAN-aware […]

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VMware Network Adapter Types

Depending on the operating system and its version you can use different network adapter types, those adapter types may vary. In this post we are discussing about different virtual network adapters VMware Network Adapter Types The type of network adapters that are available depend on the following factors: The virtual machine compatibility, which depends on the […]

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Enhanced vMotion Compatibility (EVC)

Enhanced vMotion Compatibility which is a vCenter Server cluster-centric feature allowing virtual machines to vMotion or migrate across ESXi hosts equipped with dissimilar processors in the same cluster. VMware EVC Mode works by masking unsupported processor features thus presenting a homogeneous processor front to all the virtual machines in a cluster. This means that a VM […]

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vMotion Requirements

We already explained about vMotion  Since vMotion is intervening in an active virtual machine without that virtual machine’s knowledge, certain conditions must be fulfilled so that the process can run without problems or failures: CPU compatibility vMotion interface (minimum 1 Gb adapter) Shared storage Same naming for virtual port groups VMkernel port group with vMotion […]

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