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vSphere Virtual Machine Management [Format Kindle]

Rebecca Fitzhugh

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Présentation de l'éditeur

Create vSphere virtual machines, manage performance, and explore advanced capabilities

About This Book

  • Create virtual machines using the wizard, cloning, deploying from a template, and using OVF templates

  • Manage multi-tiered applications using vApps

  • Learn how to optimise virtual machine performance and resource allocation

Who This Book Is For

This book is for VMware administrators who want to build their knowledge of virtual machine administration and configuration. It's assumed that you have some experience with virtualization administration and vSphere.

What You Will Learn

  • Understand virtual machine concepts

  • Create a virtual machine using the wizard

  • Understand other ways to provision virtual machines

  • Discover advanced virtual machine settings

  • Manage multi-tiered applications with vApps

  • Migrate and monitor your virtual machines

  • Balance resource utilization and availability

  • Optimize virtual machine performance and resource allocation

In Detail

A virtual machine (VM) is a software implementation of a machine (a computer) that executes programs like a physical machine. vSphere has clusters of virtual machines that are all interconnected. Virtualization changes everything. Virtual machines have far more functionality than physical servers and are capable of incredible things. Virtual machines should not be treated and administered exactly like physical servers. It is imperative that the administrators know how to correctly create and administer virtual machines.

vSphere Virtual Machine Management depicts how to create a virtual machine step-by-step using multiple creation methods. In this book, you will learn how to develop virtual machine performance, resource allocation, and performance monitoring in detail. You will also be introduced to load balancing and virtual machine availability concepts and configurations.

This book looks at the different ways to create virtual machines, and breaks down the many different configuration options that are available. It will take you through a number of step-by-step instructions that will help you understand virtual machine features and how to configure them.

Not only will you learn how to create and configure virtual machines, but you will also be introduced to many of the advanced configuration options that are available in vSphere. We will also take a look at virtual machine performance, resource allocation options, and how to monitor virtual machines. If your environment uses multi-tiered applications, you will discover why vApp is the perfect container for multi-tiered applications. How to take advantage of virtual machine availability and load balancing will also be discussed.

Biographie de l'auteur

Rebecca Fitzhugh

Rebecca Fitzhugh is an independent VMware Consultant and VMware Certified Instructor (VCI). Her focus is on designing and delivering solutions as an infrastructure architect as well as delivering various authorized VMware courses. Prior to becoming a consultant and instructor, she served for five years in the United States Marine Corps, where she assisted in the buildout and administration of multiple enterprise networks residing on virtual infrastructure. Rebecca currently holds multiple IT industry certifications, including VMware Certified Advanced Professional (VCAP) in Data Center Design (DCD), Data Center Administration (DCA), and Cloud Infrastructure Administration (CIA). You can follow her on Twitter (@RebeccaFitzhugh) or contact her using LinkedIn (www.linkedin.com/in/rmfitzhugh/).

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 30398 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 326 pages
  • Editeur : Packt Publishing (21 mars 2014)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B00J5KHLB2
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Good Vmware Admin Book. 23 juin 2014
Par Chris Hildebrandt - Publié sur Amazon.com
Any more everyone is putting out VMware books and it kind of hard to sift out the good and the bad ones. Most of them cover all the same topics but do not go into detail. But I have to say I found good use out of this book. They covered all the major areas. They did a good job of covering from beginning to end deployment. They offer some good management tips. I think the author did a wonderful job on this book. I can see myself using this book for some time to come.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Exactly what I needed to have 22 avril 2014
Par D. T. Jones - Publié sur Amazon.com
I found this book extremely helpful and enormously useful. Each and every aspect of vSphere management that I needed to have personally explained from initial setup, and deployment, to management and techniques that have found their way into every day virtual machine management, utilization, upkeep and deployment. While I have utilized a hand full of the features in machine management, this book does a very good job in preparing me to use this powerful tool set for many years to come. Aspects that are covered include, virtual machine concepts, how, when, what, and why they are utilized, configuration and subsequent management, the tools that would be included, such as alternate provisioning methodology and machine conversion. Allocation of resources is covered as well as performance aspects, each subject area is well covered and throughly explained. I will be using this book for several years to come, it enabled me to solve these issues, one I was able to utilize the information in order obtain an understanding to impress an prospective client, and I was able rebuild a vSphere server completely and was happy with my results.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Masterful job on the part of the author with excellent real world input. 26 juin 2014
Par Water Donkey - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
The book is written well and is succinct in it's delivery of the subject matter. It serves as a phenomenal desk reference to the vSphere administrator who is responsible for managing an inherited brownfield deployment. The book is also of service to any administrator who may one day be responsible for an upgrade or greenfield deployment, as it provides solid principles upon which a foundation for building VMs with proper resource allocation.

Solid index for reference, and well considered table of contents with great explanations of features and why they are relevant to the administrator (instead of just explaining a feature and mentioning how it's configured).
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Must Have Book for any VMware Admin! 1 mai 2014
Par Brian C Nelson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
Ask anyone in this industry and they will tell you those pivotal moments in their careers when they were inspired, mentored, coached by a select few that sling-shot them to great times. I have been fortunate to have several of those people that I got to work with or mentored by that have pushed me in the right direction in my career. I met Rebecca Fitzhugh while attending my vSphere 5.1 Install, Configure and Manage required classroom training in 2012. She was a delight to have as a teacher not only because of her vast knowledge on the topic of vSphere and vCenter, but also because she taught more than the manual and showcased real world scenarios, that we all know so well aren’t normally covered in these types of classes although VMware does a better job than other companies! At the conclusion of the class we exchanged information knowing that there would be opportunities to network in the future. Fast forward two years, Rebecca and I continue to network and she pushes me to pursue higher-level learning from VMware. Because of her suggestions, I have attained my VCA-Cloud, VCA-WM, VCA-DCV, VCP-DCV and VCP-DT. I am also currently studying for my VCAP-DTA and DCA. She truly has been one of those people that have inspired me to push further in my career and reinforce good values when working with my clients.

Rebecca approached me at VMworld 2013 in San Francisco about a book she was writing about vSphere Virtual Machines, I was intrigued about this great opportunity for her and pressed her to keep me in the loop should an opportunity come up where I could partially return the favor for the knowledge she gave me. I am proud to be writing this review for her, because I know the knowledge that is in this book has already been put to use by me and will be by countless others. The book itself comprises of 326 pages and 10 chapters and is a nice balance of introduction, technical and deep dive with regards to vSphere VM’s.

The book covers a lot of ground for all aspects of a VMware Admin from new to experienced. The author gives a thorough explanation of what a virtual machine is and the components that make one up, how to create virtual machines, provisioning, creating templates and how to configure resource pools. This is a great book for any admin that interacts with VMware vSphere and vCenter. I particularly appreciated the fact that most of the concepts in this book are current as of vSphere and vCenter 5.5. I highly recommend this book for any die-hard VMware person or someone brand new to the software suite. Grab a copy today and see for yourself!
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