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Presentation1VMware EsxI Short Presentation
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Presentation1VMware EsxI Short Presentation
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  • Better fault tolerance This is due to multiple VM servers sharing a pool of resources, so if any hardware fails, the hosts can be run on other hardware. Vfusion especially Faster recovery from failure If snapshots are used and stored correctly, hosts can be back up and running in minutes. Achieve Higher Consolidation Ratios The advanced resource management and support for scaled up physical machines in VMware ESX and ESXi lets you run virtual machines at twice the consolidation ratio possible with other first-generation hypervisors.  Take advantage of hardware systems with up to 64 physical CPU cores and 1TB of RAM, and run up to 256 virtual machines on a single host to facilitate large-scale consolidation and disaster recovery projects.
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    • 1. A technical overview
    • 2. VMware server
      • Free
      • Needs underlying OS (server 2003)
      • No Hypervisor
      • Has its own vSwitch
      • Fairly secure
      • Ideal for single server installs
      Wednesday, November 18, 2009 Nexus Technologies
    • 3. VMware server diagram Wednesday, November 18, 2009 Nexus Technologies VMware Server VMware server SQL Red Hat ftp Server 2003
    • 4. VMware ESXi
      • Has hypervisor
      • No need for underlying OS
      • Has its own vSwitch
      • Better redundancy
      • Integration with SAN’s/Blades
      • Fault tolerant
      Wednesday, November 18, 2009 Nexus Technologies
    • 5. ESXi diagram Wednesday, November 18, 2009 Nexus Technologies
    • 6. Advantages of ESXi
      • Better fault tolerance
      • Faster recovery from failure
      • Higher consolidation
      • Cost efficient
      • Lower running costs
      • Smaller footprint
      Wednesday, November 18, 2009 Nexus Technologies
    • 7. SAN connectivity
      • Faster than traditional setups
      • Option of 10GB ethernet
      • Reduced cabling
      • Reduced networking equipment
      • Redundancy built around fabric
      • Less rack space needed
      • More cost efficient
      Wednesday, November 18, 2009 Nexus Technologies
    • 8. SAN diagram Wednesday, November 18, 2009 Nexus Technologies
    • 9. Cloud computing
      • Optimized for virtualization
      • Outsource maintenance
      • Consolidation of services (data and voice)
      • Reduced carbon footprint
      • Reduced infrastructure cost
      • Secured environment
      Wednesday, November 18, 2009 Nexus Technologies

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