Monday, July 22, 2019

VMware vSphere Performance (Free PDF)

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It’s hard to believe how far we’ve come in the virtualization industry. What was once considered a niche technology used only for development and testing is now used for production workloads and even business-critical applications. The VMware vSphere platform is capable of supporting nearly any virtualized workload with very few obstacles standing in the way of close to 100 percent virtualization.

Today’s workloads are more demanding than ever before. Email servers frequently require large amounts of memory and CPU resources in order to handle the large volume of email that we all deal with on a daily basis. Database servers often require large amounts of memory and storage resources, from a capacity perspective as well as performance, to meet the demands of a business. And newer technologies, such as virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI), have introduced signifi cant demand for resources in vSphere environments.

To address the growing demand for more powerful virtual machines, VMware has continuously improved the vSphere platform. Virtual machines on vSphere can now have up to 64 virtual CPUs and 1 terabyte of memory, and vSphere has numerous storage enhancements to help deliver excellent storage performance. VMware has tested and proven that many large-scale workloads—like those associated with Microsoft Exchange Server, SQL Server, and Java— can perform as well or in some cases even better when virtualized than when deployed on physical servers.

Chapter 1. Performance Design
Chapter 2. Building Your Toolbox
Chapter 3. The Test Lab
Chapter 4. CPU
Chapter 5. Memory
Chapter 6. Network
Chapter 7. Storage

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"Matt Liebowitz"

"Christopher Kusek"

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