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VMware vSphere provides a robust and resilient platform for virtualizing server and application workloads in datacenters. The features available in VMware’s vSphere suite of products simplify the management of resources, increase the availability of applications, and guarantee the performance of workloads deployed in the virtualized datacenters. "VMware vSphere 5.x Design Cookbook" covers the design process from creating the conceptual design, to determining the resource requirements for the logical design, and then on to creating the physical design which you can bring to 6.x and beyond. From the conceptual design, the logical design is created. The logical design process includes determining the architecture of and the resources required for the management, storage, network, and compute resources. This Cookbook includes recipes for calculating the resources required and determining the architecture and features to use while applying VMware recommended practices!
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Excellent! Too bad I'm leaving a VMWare environment and going to a KVM\ProxMox one Smilie
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Excellent! Too bad I'm leaving a VMWare environment and going to a KVM\ProxMox one http://i.slickdeals.net/images/smilies/smile.gif
Having supported both for many years, let me be the first to say: I'm sorry, and good luck.
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Having supported both for many years, let me be the first to say: I'm sorry, and good luck.
yeah? I personally am a fan of ESXi. Don't know why I wouldn't be, solid and mature. KVM looks like it's going to be interesting, and way far away from what I'm used to supporting. However, my general thoughts on Hypervisors as a whole is that they are all barreling towards a solid place, and will have fewer and few distinguishing features between them. biggest thing is the race to make "cloud/remote datacenter" as robust and flexible as a local one, but cheaper. I'd love any advice you have! PM me if you care to.
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