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VMware vSphere


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Presentation present to System group Introducing vSphere

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VMware vSphere

  1. 1. • VMware ESX 3.5 VMware ESX 4.0 • VMware ESXi3.5 VMware ESXi4.0 • vCenterServer 2.5 vCenterServer 4.0
  2. 2. • Licensing • Fault Tolerance • vNetwork Distributed Switch • Host Profiles • Hot Add • Data Recovery • vShield Zones • Distributed Power Management (DPM)
  3. 3. • Per CPU (not per 2) • No more License Files – Serial-Keys Only • No FLEX • No Single Point of Failure
  4. 4. • Continuous Availability for any Virtual Machine • Low Performance hit on the VM • Additional Resources per VM • Does not support all CPU’s
  5. 5. • Simplified provisioning and administration of virtual networking across many hosts and clusters through a centralized interface. • Simplified end-to-end physical and virtual network management through third-party virtual switch extensions for the Cisco Nexus 1000V virtual switch. • Enhanced provisioning and traffic management capabilities through private VLAN support and bi- directional virtual machine rate-limiting. • Enhanced security and monitoring for virtual machines migrated via VMware VMotion through maintenance and migration of port runtime state.
  6. 6. • Simplified provisioning and administration of ESX Servers. • Compliance to Defined Policy • Add of Memory and CPU on the fly (if supported by the OS)
  7. 7. • Disk-based backup and recovery to enable speedy restoration of your VMs • Easy to deploy, since VMware Data Recovery is a virtual machine that runs on VMware ESX and ESXi hosts • Restore individual files or entire images as needed
  8. 8. • Central Management of Logical Zone Boundaries and Segmentation • Network Enforcement and Flow Monitoring • Management and Reporting