VMWARE vSPHERE 8 ESSENTIALS PLUS KIT
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VMware vSphere 8 Essentials Plus Kit
VMware vSphere 8 Essentials Plus Kit is a powerful virtualization platform that enables organizations to consolidate their physical servers and reduce costs in the data center. The kit includes the industry-leading VMware vSphere hypervisor, which delivers outstanding performance, scalability and reliability. In addition, the kit provides access to key vSphere features such as high availability (HA), fault tolerance (FT) and data protection (DP). These features enable organizations to protect their critical applications and data from downtime or data loss.
VMware vSphere 8 Essentials Plus Kit - Vistualization Platform
As the world's leading virtualization platform, the VMware vSphere 8 Essentials Plus Kit enables businesses of all sizes to virtualize their most critical applications and workloads while reducing IT costs and complexity. This complete solution for small businesses includes everything needed to run a fully virtualized infrastructure, including vCenter Server Standard Edition.
The vSphere 8 Essentials Plus Kit offers small businesses a cost-effective way to consolidate their physical servers and reduce their server sprawl. By consolidating multiple physical servers onto fewer and more powerful servers, organizations can realize significant savings in both capital and operating expenses. In addition, by running multiple virtual machines on each physical server, organizations can further increase utilization rates and improve application performance.
VMware vSphere 8 Essentials Plus Kit - Usage
The Virtual Inventory feature provides functionality for the following licensed VMware vSphere environments: VMware vSphere Essentials, Essentials Plus, Standard and Standard with Operations Management. While these features can be deployed in large enterprise environments, the user experience and performance are optimized for use in small and medium enterprise environments.
VMware uses open source and Linux-based elements for vSphere along with the actual VMkernel, which is proprietary software. With VMware vSphere, virtual machines are stored in what are called datastore directories. The main file types are virtual disks (*.vmdk files) and configuration files (*.vmx files).