Join Rick Crisci for an in-depth discussion in this video Admission control, part of VMware vSphere 6.5 Essential Training Part 2.
- [Instructor] In this video,…I'll explain High Availability Admission Control.…Now the purpose of Admission Control is to ensure…that vSphere High Availability has enough spare resources…to accommodate the failure of one or more ESXi hosts.…And when we have a host failure with HA,…all of the VMs that were running on that host will fail,…and they'll get booted up on other hosts…within that cluster.…So as these VMs that are failed up…get restarted on these other hosts,…we're gonna use Admission Control…to ensure that those hosts that still remain…have enough spare resources to adequately run…those virtual machines.…
It also makes sure that virtual machines with reservations…will be able to boot.…Now if a virtual machine has a reservation,…that means that that VM is guaranteed…a certain amount of resources.…And if those resources are not available,…the VM won't be able to boot.…So again, High Availability Admission Control…is gonna help us ensure that if an HA event occurs,…every single virtual machine ends up booting up.…
- Configuring vMotion and Storage vMotion
- vSphere High Availability (HA)
- Setting DRS rules and automation levels
- Fault tolerance
- DRS data protection
- Troubleshooting vSphere
- Monitoring vSphere
Skill Level Beginner
VMware vSphere 6 Essential Trainingwith Brandon Neill1h 28m Intermediate
VMWare vSphere 6.5 New Featureswith Bill Ferguson2h 17m Intermediate
1. Administer Availability
2. Administer Resource Management Features
3. Troubleshooting vSphere 6.x
4. Monitoring vSphere 6.x
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