Learn how these new configuration maximums might affect the average VMware customer.
- [Instructor] For each new version of ESXI,…VMware also releases a new version of virtual hardware…for the virtual machines that go with that host,…and the latest one for vSphere 6.5 hosts…is virtual hardware version 13.…And so we're going to take a look at the virtual hardware…that is included in a virtual machine…that's virtual hardware version 13,…or what could be included.…
With virtual hardware version 13 you can have…up to 128 virtual CPUs.…Now, there's a big codicil that,…and that is that you can only have…the number of logical CPUs that…you actually have on the host.…So in other words, if I have a host say…that has eight cores and has Intel hyperthreaded,…then each one of those cores represents two logical CPUs.…
If it's 8 cores and it's not hyperthreaded…then each one of those cores…only represents one logical CPU.…So the only way I can have 128 virtual CPUs…on a virtual machine is if it was either…128 physical cores on the host…or 64 cores Intel hyperthreaded,…and that would be one heck of a big host.…
- 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
VMware vSphere: Administer and Manage Resourceswith Rick Crisci1h 16m 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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