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VMware vSphere ,ESX and vCenter Configuration Maximums

Below are a comprehensive collection of configuration maximums from VMware products Virtual Machine MaximumsHost MaximumsvCenter Server MaximumsCluster and Resource Pool MaximumsNetwork MaximumsStorage Maximums Virtual Machine Maximums ESX 5.5 ESX 5.1 ESX 5 ESX 4.1 ESX 4.0 ESX 3.5 ESX 3 ESX 2 ESX 1 Virtual CPUs per virtual machine 64 64 32 8 8 4 […]

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New features and capabilities available in vSphere 5.5

There are many new features introduced with version of vSphere 5.5 . Doubled Host-Level Configuration Maximums vSphere 5.5 is capable of hosting any size workload; a fact that is punctuated by the doubling of several host-level configuration maximums.  The maximum number of logical CPUs has doubled from 160 to 320, the number of NUMA nodes […]

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vSphere 5.5

New features and capabilities available in vSphere 5.5 What’s New in VMware vSphere 5.5

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What’s New in VMware vSphere 5.5

What’s New in VMware vSphere 5.5 VMware vSphere 5.5 introduces many new features and enhancements to further extend the core capabilities of the vSphere platform. This paper will discuss features and capabilities of the vSphere platform,including vSphere ESXi Hypervisor, VMware vSphere High Availability (vSphere HA), virtual machines,VMware vCenter Server, storage, networking and vSphere Big Data Extensions. In […]

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Content Library – vSphere 6.0

Content Library It is the new feature introduced with vSphere 6.0. vCenter’s Content Library provides simple and effective management of VM templates, vApps, ISO images and scripts for vSphere admins. Content Library centrally stores VM templates, vAPPs, ISO images and scripts. This content can be synchronized across sites and vCenter serversin your organization. In many environment,  NFS mount […]

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VMware Virtual Volumes (VVols)

VMware Virtual Volumes (VVols)  It is one of the new feature with vSphere 6.0. VMware Virtual volumes are encapsulations of virtual machine files, virtual disks, and their derivatives. Virtual volumes are stored natively inside a storage system that is connected through Ethernet or SAN. They are exported as objects by a compliant storage system and are […]

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How to VCSA 6.5 File Based Backup and Restore

Here were are discussing about how can we do backup ad restore vCenter server appliance . This option is very useful incase of a disaster and your VCSA  is no longer available, it’s time to put that backup to use. Make sure to have the original ISO used when deploying or upgrading your VCSA . Backup and Restore VCSA 6.5 needs to be […]

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