Backup and restore VMware – Virtual Machine

Backup a virtual machine To protect a VM, navigate to virtual machines and select the one you want to backup. Then right click on the VM and select Add to the backup job. For this example, I choose to protect a domain controller. Give a name and a description to your backup job and click on next. […]

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Why VMware vCenter 6.5 Update 1d /1e?

VMware has released two important updates for virtual infrastructure management server – VMware vCenter 6.5 Update 1d and 1e . Both updates have significantly improved the functionality of the vCenter management server, despite it’s just one more letter added to Update 1. VMware vCenter 6.5 Update 1d vCenter 6.5 Update 1d is interesting because it includes […]

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Veeam 9.5 Backup & Replication – VMware

Veeam Backup & Replication is a backup solution which works for VMware & Hyper-V VM and physical servers (Windows and Linux). Veeam has many advantages over the other solutions on the market such as Instant VM Recovery, the easy graphical interface and the host-level backup for SQL Server, Active Directory or file servers. In this […]

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Veeam Backup & Replication 9.5 – Hyper-V

Veeam Backup & Replication 9.5 is a great tool to backup your infrastructure. Veeam has a user-friendly interface and it is easy to understand how to add a backup repository or how to create a backup job. This quick start has shown you how to create a first backup job from scratch. There are three […]

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VMware vSphere Version 4 – 6.5 Comparison

VMware vSphere Version Comparison – Download   Component vSphere 4.0 vSphere 4.1 vSphere 5.0 vSphere 5.1 vSphere 5.5 vSphere 6.0 vSphere 6.5 Hypervisor ESX & ESXi ESX & ESXi ESXi ESXi ESXi ESXi ESXi CPUs per host 64 160 160 160 320 480 576 RAM per host 1 TB 1 TB 2  TB 2  TB 4 […]

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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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