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    Picking a design is one of the first decisions you have to make when deploying VMware vSphere. It might seem like an easy task, but overcomplicating your design could lead to difficulties.

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  • Using VMware’s new vSphere command-line interface vCLI

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  • Starting out with VMware vSphere Hypervisor 5.1

    VMware vSphere Hypervisor 5.1 is a free way to start out with virtualization. Installation comprises two elements: ESXi and the vSphere Client.

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  • VMware vSphere beginner’s guide

    Starting out with VMware vSphere can be a daunting task. You don’t want to miss any of its many features, and VMware vSphere 5 has added to that portfolio.

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  • Long-distance vMotion, Web Client fixes due in vSphere 6

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  • vSphere and vCenter licensing and pricing explained — a VMWare license guide

    VMware vSphere 4 and vCenter Server is priced and licensed in various ways, depending on the size of the environment and the required functionality.

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  • FAQ: Drilling down vSphere issues with vCenter Log Insight

    There are many logs of all sizes in your vSphere infrastructure that are useful for troubleshooting purposes. The key is having the right utility to make sense of all the data.

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  • VMware vSphere Fault Tolerance gets a makeover

    Users left wanting to know more about vSphere 6.0 after day one of VMworld. Their wishes were granted on day two when VMware introduced new features in its latest suite of virtualization products.

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  • Are you happy with the performance of the vSphere Web Client?

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  • Tune up the vSphere Web Client for better performance

    Many IT administrators prefer the vSphere desktop client, but VMware is slowly phasing it out in favor of the vSphere Web Client.

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