External, VMWare vSphere

VMware ESXi 3.5 – 6.7 Hypervisor Size Comparison — Virten.net

The VMware bare-metal hypervisor ESXi is in the market for over 10 years now. During that time it has been continuously refined and added with new features. Since vSphere 5.0, the hypervisor size is very constant and has not increased severely. In this …Read more »

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External, VMWare vSphere

VMware vSphere 6.7 scalability — vInfrastructure Blog

The new VMware vSphere 6.7, recently available in GA, increase all configuration maximums to new limits (compared to the v6.5 and previous versions). Maybe we can say with no limit, or at least, to be serious, with really huge numbers compared to the actual needs and the existing compunting power. Those new limits are both for scalability aspect,…

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External, VMWare vSphere

Continued Enhancements in vSphere 6.7 — TECHNICLOUD

vSphere 6.7 is finally upon us. It should not be a surprise that vSphere is focused on more efficient manageability, especially at scale, and increased security. These design qualities have become paramount as VMware continues to partner with public cloud vendors (AWS, Microsoft Azure) to deliver “hybrid” offerings and as more edge sites are added […]

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External, VMWare vSphere

Free ebook: Upgrading to VMware vSphere 6.5:… — vStrong.info

Free ebook: Upgrading to VMware vSphere 6.5: Insights for vSphere Administrators Free ebook: Upgrading to VMware vSphere 6.5:… Continue to provide the best foundation for your business. Learn about the three phases of the upgrade to ensure a successful process overall whether you are upgrading from vSphere 5.5 or vSphere 6.0. Access this ebook to…

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External, VMWare vSphere

vSphere Design Considerations — vcdx133.com

This is the VMware vSphere Design Deep-Dive. I have aggregated all of the design considerations that I could find that need to be assessed in a VMware vSphere architecture design. Brevity and bullet-points are used to keep the information concise and readable. If you are going down the VMware vSAN route, consider these design considerations […]

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Comtrade, Nutanix AHV, VMWare vSphere

Demo: ESXi Backup with Nutanix Snapshot with HYCU — IT BLOOD PRESSURE

In addition to the support of Nutanix clusters that use Nutanix native AHV hypervisors, HYCU introduces the support for Nutanix environments that use VMware ESXi hypervisors. By using the native Nutanix storage layer snapshot technology, VMware snapshot stuns are avoided.

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