This video provides a description of new technologies and features that make vCenter highly available in a native way.
- [Instructor] One of the most impressive…availability enhancements in vSphere 6.5…is the introduction of a true high availability system.…It used to be that we thought…we didn't really need a high availability system…for vCenter itself, because vSphere HA would restart…the virtual machine that was the vCenter.…And I remember saying in class that,…I mean, what's the worst thing that happens…if vCenter goes down?…Well, DRS doesn't work.…As a matter of fact, in the very early classes…with ESX 3.5 and VirtualCenter 2.5…I always said that was that, well, if vCenter goes down,…you don't have centralized…administration and control of your host.…
Then it was, well, you don't have DRS.…But more and more products have been added…that rely on vCenter.…As a matter of fact, vCenter is now the foundation…for lots of services.…So, since all of these services rely on vCenter,…vCenter needs to stay up,…or if vCenter goes down,…we need to know that it's coming back up…very, very quickly,…and not having to rely on any other system…
- 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 21m 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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