This video provides a description of Network I/O Control version 3 that was introduced with vSphere 6.0 to control bandwidth consumption from an entire VDS at each vNIC on a VM.
- [Instructor] Network I/O Control version three…couldn't be any more different…than Network I/O Control version two if it tried.…With Network I/O Control version two,…we were controlling the bandwidth to each uplink on the host…and then we were just determining…which uplinks were associated with each port group…and then what virtual machines were on that port group.…With Network I/O Control version three,…what we're controlling is the percentage…of the aggregated total of bandwidth…that a particular virtual machine can get…from the vSphere Distributed Switch…for all of the uplinks that are connected…to the vSphere Distributed Switch.…
In other words, the aggregate total of all of the uplinks…is taken into consideration.…And so, with Network I/O Control version three,…we're controlling at the vNIC level…for the entire vSphere Distributed Switch bandwidth,…and we can control shares and reservations and limits,…much like what we can do with compute resources.…Now, it's a rather easy upgrade.…You just have to make sure that you want to do it…
- 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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