• Understanding VMware ESXi hypervisor security features

    The VMware ESXi hypervisor, particularly its kernel, offer several security features vital to a secure VMware cloud environment. Virtualization expert Paul Henry reviews the different levels of ESXi security.

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  • How to use VMware ESXi hosts for sandbox testing

    Video: Keith Barker of CBT Nuggets shows how to use VMware ESXi hosts to perform sandbox testing on virtual machines.

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  • Proper ESXi installation thwarts potential problems

    Putting the right amount of time and effort into an ESXi installation can prevent serious problems from happening down the road.

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  • How to set up an ESXi shared virtual disk

    An administrator with high-availability needs in vSphere can configure storage that different VMs can share in a clustered environment.

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  • Creating ESXi shared storage in VMware vSphere Hypervisor

    With a few clicks in the vSphere Client, you can augment VMware data stores on local hosts with ESXi shared storage.

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  • What will VAIO filtering do in vSphere 6?

    VMware plans to introduce more storage-related APIs to the ESXi hypervisor, opening it up to more data services.

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  • How the Hyper-V architecture differs from VMware ESXi

    Microsoft Hyper-V and VMware ESXi are both Type 1 hypervisors, but they have key architectural differences you should know about.

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  • What’s the best ESXi shared storage choice?

    Deciding on the best way to present storage to a VM depends on a variety of factors and typically involves at least three types of administrators in the data center.

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  • Correcting misconfigured ESXi shared storage settings

    IT shops that started small may find they need to update their ESXi shared storage settings to prevent significant issues when a host fails.

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  • Why users say ‘nay’ to the big ESX-ESXi switch

    It's no secret that VMware favors ESXi for the future. But from an administrator's standpoint, that switch would involve more pain than pleasure – at least in ESXi's current form.

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