Consolidating your windows vmware environment storage
Content Library is the central location point between two different geographical locations with v Center Servers where you can store VM templates, ISO images, scripts etc.
and share them between geographical locations We create VM templates and can share on another geographical location of a company without creating again on other locations.
Virtual Volume a new VM disk management concept introduced in v Sphere 6.0 that enables array-based operations at the virtual disk level.
VVol is automatically created when a virtual disk is created in a virtual environment for a VM.
FT stands for Fault Tolerance very prominent component of VMware v Sphere.
It provides continuous availability for VMs when an ESXi host fails. FT is very bandwidth intensive and 10GB NIC is recommended to configure it.
v SS stands for Virtual Standard Switch is responsible for communication of VMs hosted on a single physical host.
There are two types of hypervisors The process of creating virtual versions of physical components i-e Servers, Storage Devices, Network Devices on a physical host is called virtualization.
Virtualization lets you run multiple virtual machines on a single physical machine which is called ESXi host.
It is responsible to allocate all available resources of ESXi host to VMs such as memory, CPU, storage etc.
It’s also controlled special services such as v Motion, Fault tolerance, NFS, traffic management and i SCSI.