This video provides a description of changes in certificate management from vSphere 5.5. to 6.0, which continues into vSphere 6.5.
- [Instructor] Another big change in manageability…for vSphere 6 and 6.5,…is certificate management.…In the past vSphere has used certificates,…but basically they used their own self-signed certificate.…But starting with vSphere 6,…VMware can be a certificate authority.…In fact there's a service for certificate authority.…You don't have to use it,…it's optional,…but you can generate certificates that allow the clients…to log on to the domain.…
And it can be its own route…but it can also be subordinate to other certificate…servers that you're writing in your organization.…So it's a more complete product.…There's also a product called…VMware Endpoint Certificate Store.…We briefly talked about VECS in an earlier video.…But basically what VECS does is it centrally stores…certificates and keys,…and it synchronizes trusted certificates.…
It's used with all of the certificates that…you're going to use,…especially for any third party.…It's not optional.…As a matter of fact,…when VMware is going to connect to any third party,…
- New host, web, and vSphere clients
- Configuration maximums
- Security enhancements such as VM encryption
- Kernel and host profile enhancements
- vSAN 6.5
- Configuring Network I/O Control v3
- vCenter High Availability
- Predictive DRS
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Three New Clients
2. New Configuration Maximums
3. Security Enhancements
4. Compute Enhancements
5. Storage Enhancements
6. Network Enhancements
7. Manageability Enhancements
8. Availability Enhancements
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