Download VSphere Pocketbook 3-Final PDF

TitleVSphere Pocketbook 3-Final
TagsTypes Instruction manuals
File Size2.1 MB
Total Pages153
Table of Contents
                            Ch 1 – 
Host Configuration
	Host Design – Scale-Up or Scale-Out?
Rene Van Den Bedem
	VMware ESXi – Async Drivers
Patrick Schulz
	Don’t Forget the Logs
Steve Wood
Ch 2 – Cluster and vCenter Design
	VMware Resource Pools
Eric Shanks
	Doug Baer Tweet
	vCenter is Down – Impact on Vmware 
Infrastructure
Mariusz Kaczorek
	Amit Rathod Tweet
	Enhanced vMotion Compatibility (EVC) 
Best Practices
Dee Abson
	What Does Load Balancing the Platform 
Services Controller Really Give You?
William Lam
Ch 3 – Storage Configuration
	The Ultimate IOPS Cheat Sheet
Bas van Kaam
	Daemon Behr Tweet
	Determine Your vSphere Storage Needs
Michael Wilmsen
	Patrick Schulz Tweet
	vSphere Replication – Consider These Points Before Using It 
Craig Kilborn
	Know the Minions
Chethan Kumar
	Understanding Block Sizes in a Virtualized Environment
Pete Koehler
Ch 4 – Network and Security Design
	vSphere 6.0 – Configure VMware Certificate Authority As A Subordinate CA
Kyle Jenner
	Security Design – ISO27001:2013
Larus Hjartarson
	NSX Edge vs. Shield Edge
Anthony Spiteri
	vSphere and NFV Tuning Consideration
Niels Hagoort
Ch 5 – VM Configuration
	Safely Check/Remove Orphaned VMDK Files from ESXi
Myles Gray
	Hyper-Threading Gotcha with Virtual 
Machine vCPU Sizing
Chris Wahl
	Make Sure Time Service for Your vSphere Infrastructure is Robust
Ather Beg
	Containers, VMs and unikernels
Rutger Kosters
Ch 6 – Management
	vRealize Operations Manager 6.2: What to Consider in a vROps Design
Pietro Piutti
	Andrew Mauro Tweet
	VCSA vs Windows vCenter - Which One do I Chose, and Why?
Christian Mohn
Ch 7 – Words of Wisdom
	One Weird Trick to Virtualize Monster 
Vmsconsultants Hate This
Matt Leibowitz
	Design Considerations – Words of Wisdom
Amit Rathod
	VCSA vs Windows vCenter - Which One do I Chose, and Why?
Christian Mohn
	Jacob Pennington Tweet
	Datacenter Management is the Killer Use Case for Big Data analytics Frank Denneman
                        

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