VMware vCenter Server 6 Foundation vSphere 0 to 3 Hosts Per Instance
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vCenter Server v.6.0 Foundation
|Manufacturer Part Number||VCS5-FND-C|
|Manufacturer Website Address||http://www.emc.com|
|Product Name||vCenter Server v.6.0 Foundation|
|Product Type||Software Licensing|
|Software Product Supported||vSphere|
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Great management of virtual servers. HA, clusters, shared storage - everything works the way it's supposed to. I have been using VMware since 3.5, and they just keep adding more features and usability with every release. We are able to allow all of our engineers visibility into the virtual server environment with vCenter. The learning and adoption of the interface for new techs is very fast. Being able to leverage compute resources to facilitate application and server needs as needed is awesome - no more building a new server just to get more performance - just add more hardware, and adjust the VM accordingly. Very little downtime!
the best of vCenter is its intuitive interface that puts everything at your fingertips when you need it, in a single environment you can manage storage, networks, and of course virtual machines. Another thing that I really like about VMware vCenter Server 6 Foundation vSphere 0 to 3 Hosts Per Instance is that, being a web interface, it allows access without having to install a client. the real intention of implement vCenter is to make the most of all its features, high availability is one of them and perhaps the most important for data center environments where operation must be maintained at all times. otra recomendacion es separar el trafico de red de acuerdo a sus necesidades, por ejemplo las redes de vmotion administracion y vm propiamente.
As a VMware Administrator, I find myself using VMware vCenter Server 6 Foundation vSphere 0 to 3 Hosts Per Instance daily. I find this interface the be the hub of everything going on within my infrastructure. First thing each morning, logging into VMware VirtualCenter has become as routine as getting that first cup of coffee. From there, I can quickly get a sense of the pulse of the environment, and determine fairly quickly where my attention needs to be. If I had to pick a dislike for VMware VirtualCenter, it would be that I'd like to see it bring more analytics front and center. Having as much information as possible within one GUI does nothing but help me as a VMware Administrator.