vSphere allows you to transform your IT infrastructure into a private cloud, then bridge it to public clouds on demand, delivering an IT infrastructure as an easily accessible service.
This book is a fast-paced guide that enables you to explore and harness the vast potential of VMware vSphere. The book begins by providing you with a rapid introduction to VMware vSphere architecture and the major considerations for VMware vSphere design. Beginning with the essentials of VMware vSphere, it will get you started with VMware ESXi host, cluster, vCenter and patterns that are required to be applied while designing your VMware vSphere. As you progress through the chapters, you will learn about analyzing the key components that are needed for a network.
By the end of the book, you will have also learned about the major factors influencing vCloud needs and have finalized the requirements for designing a vCloud.
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About the Author
Puthiyavan Udayakumar has more than 8 years of IT experience and has expertise in areas such as Citrix, VMware, Microsoft products, and Apache CloudStack. He has extensive experience in the field of designing and implementing virtualization solutions using various Citrix, VMware, and Microsoft products. He is an IBM Certified Solution Architect and a Citrix Certified Enterprise Engineer and has more than 16 certifications in infrastructure products. He has authored Getting Started with Citrix CloudPortal, Getting Started with Citrix® Provisioning Services 7.0 and VMware vSphere Network Virtualization Recipe Book. He holds a master's degree in science with a specialization in system software from the Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani. He also has a bachelor's degree in engineering from SKR Engineering College, affiliated to Anna University, and has received a national award from the Indian Society for Technical Education. He has presented various research papers that follow the IEEE pattern at more than 15 national and international conferences, including IADIS (held in Dublin, Ireland).