• Clarrification on VSphere with vCenter

    There are 3 Questions that i would like to know of . Till date , We have our ESX Servers added as part of Virtual Center through its IP address . We are planning to remove and add it using its FQDN . In this scenario , Will we be able to retain the performance data of the ESX Server and Virtual...

    Sudhrsn5 pointsBadges:
  • What’s the benefit of having two physical processors on a single ESX host instead of one?

    According to the VMware site, at least two physical processors are needed for vSphere installation. What's the benefit of having two physical processors on a single ESX host instead of one?

    JennyMack4,280 pointsBadges:
  • Hyper-V and SCVMM vs VMware ESX/vSphere

    It seems that Microsoft has made significant strides in catching up with VMware. Besides cost, what would be the advantage of using Hyper-V and SCVMM vs ESX/vSphere infrastructure? This question is from the Microsoft Virtualization Chat held on August 27th.

    ITKE54,900 pointsBadges:
  • Memory overhead recommended for benchmarking SQL server 2005 on vSphere

    For a 'direct' physical to VM comparison of SQL server 2005, would anyone recommend giving the VM extra (say, 1.5GB) RAM to compensate for any overhead the OS needs? So a direct comparison would then be 1vCPU, 2.5GB RAM VM & SQL set to use 1GB RAM) vs. SQL on physical host set to use 1CPU and 1GB...

    SKrep5 pointsBadges:
  • vSphere essentials licenses cannot be downgraded to ESX equivalents

    Jason Tramer pointed out on his blog today that though you can downgrade vSphere licenses to ESX 3-equivalent licenses, but vSphere essentials licenses cannot be downgraded, and you must use them with vSphere. Have you run into this issue? Will this knowledge affect any purchasing decisions in the...

    JennyMack4,280 pointsBadges:
  • VMware vSphere Fault Tolerance

    Would the fault tolerance feature in vSphere work as a disaster recovery solution? Thanks. Moderator Note: This is a submitted question

    BrentSheets6,875 pointsBadges:
  • Free version of vSphere 4.0 like ESXi 3.5?

    Is there going to be a free version of vSphere 4.0 like ESXi 3.5? Moderator Note: This is a submitted question

    BrentSheets6,875 pointsBadges:

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