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Great book with a focus on design and best practices 26 septembre 2012
Par Josh Coen - Publié sur
Format: Broché
I recently received a copy of Managing and Optimizing VMware vSphere Deployments by Sean Crookston and Harley Stanger and I wanted to share my thoughts.

Chapter 1: Laying the Groundwork

What a great start. This chapter covers the core competencies of vSphere 5. Not only is the functionality of these competencies discussed, but the design considerations are given as well. Good choice guys! Chapter 1 starts off with capacity planning (disk, network, compute, environmental) and was my favorite part of the chapter. Capacity planning is one of the most important steps that must occur prior to deployment and it can mean the difference between success and failure. Some other areas discussed:

Performance - storage performance; IOPS and throughput
Management - updates, monitoring processes
Designing - hardware, DRS, HA, vMotion, Storage DRS
Like I said before, a great start!

Chapter 2: Implementing the Solution

This chapter did not skip a beat. Chapter 2 picks up right where chapter 1 left off; with design. It goes through doing a final review of the design with the stakeholders prior to implementing. My favorite part of this chapter is the `Automating Implementation Tasks'. This chapter hits on host profiles, PowerCLI, vCenter Orchestrator and Auto Deploy (which is very cool). At the end of the chapter Harley and Sean go through how to verify the implementation, which I think is super useful and can be the difference between success and failure with regards to implementation.

Chapter 3: Operating the Environment

Chapter 3 has a lot of meat to it. It covers the gamut of operational considerations in a vSphere 5 environment, Some of the highlights:

Backups - this part covers snapshots and then goes into VMware Data Recovery, which is a free, and good on a small scale
Updates - we all hate updating and patching the infrastructure, but its got to be done, and VMware Update Manager is the tool for the job. Update Manager is well covered in this chapter and even covers the different upgrade paths when moving from earlier versions

Chapter 4: Managing the Environment

The second part of this chapter was one of the best in the book; performance management. The performance management section covered performance recommendations and how to plan for growth in the following areas:

Storage Performance Management - talks about VAAI primitives
Host Performance Management - gives you a good way to calculate resource pools and provides recommendations
Networking Performance Management - covers Network I/O Control (NIOC) and bandwidth management--among other things
This chapter also touched on the vCenter Operations Management Suite, which is a pretty fantastic product. If you don't own it, or never used it. I would advise that you go to and download the trial version and check it out.

Chapter 5: Roadblocks to 100% Virtualization

A lot of books are out on vSphere 5, and the ones I have read are great. However, this is the first books that I've read that discusses roadblocks to 100% virtualization. I really like that they've put this in the book. This chapter discusses the roadblocks administrators and system engineers are facing, not only from a technical aspect, but from a political point of view. Things such as VM Sprawl is discussed, CAPEX/OPEX, business critical apps, the list goes on. This was my favorite chapter of the book.

Chapter 6: Full Case Study

This chapter helps you solidify what you've learned throughout the book From design and implementation, to managing the environment. The lions share of this chapter is focused on design, but one would argue that is one of the most important aspects of this process (if not the most important).
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Excellent deployment best practices for VMware vSphere 1 août 2012
Par Rodolfo Torres - Publié sur
Format: Broché
An excellent guide filled with essential design, planning, deployment tips, & best practices needed to implement a successful virtual infrastructure that will accommodate unexpected growth due to future requirements. The emphasis is on planning to avoid future bottlenecks or technical blocks. Storage and performance management is covered well, along with the ever critical backup/disaster recovery necessities that every installation hopes not to have to use but will save a project if needed. The case study is a classic 'real-world' scenario that is well laid out with many useful examples. I wish the book had reserved a section to discuss guidance or provide references when deploying Oracle Databases in virtual environments. This remains one of the more challenging areas of tweaking a virtual server to run efficiently. Like a physical server, there are various tuning tips & tricks that will make a performance difference when accessing Oracle. Perhaps a VMware vSphere Oracle deployment book? All in all, this is a great little guidebook that should be part of your toolkit if you work with VMware vSphere.
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A must read for any virtualization practitioner 14 août 2012
Par Glen Sedam - Publié sur
Format: Broché
Managing and Optimizing VMWare vSphere Deployments provides many considerations and then arms you with many best practices to utilize when designing, implementing, operating, and maintaining vShere infrastructure. The authors associated best practices with real world examples and case studies to provide a very clear understanding of practices within a vShphere environment- Well done and a must read for any virtualization practitioner...
this book goes one step further and and covers best practices combined with real world examples and case studies 23 juillet 2014
Par Christian Mohn - Publié sur
Format: Broché
This book is a guide to planning, designing, implementing, operating and managing a VMware vSphere infrastructure.

It walks you through the entire process from the planning stages, right on through to managing the infrastructure after the implementation is done. Chapter 6 is a full real world case study exemplifying the methodology highlighted in chapters 1 – 5.

This book does an in-depth discussion of business drivers and decisions, something very few other books in the virtualization space cover.

Where other books walk you through installation, configuration and management aspects of virtualization with VMware vSphere, this book goes one step further and and covers best practices combined with real world examples and case studies.

The essentials required to implement a successful virtual infrastructure is covered with great detail, and this book is a must have for anyone that are already designing virtual infrastructures, or plan to do so.

For me, on the road to VCDX certification, this book will be invaluable as I work towards the certification, not to mention in my day to day work facing VMware vSphere customers.

This book was provided for free of charge by VMware Press for review purposes, without any promises of a positive review. All views are my own.
Good Book 26 novembre 2012
Par Paul - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Very good book, will recommend this book for reading and applying in your day to day work for people in the "virtual world"
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