The only book focused on designing VMware vSphere implementations.
VMware vSphere is the most widely deployed virtualization platform today. Considered the most robust and sophisticated hypervisor product, vSphere is the de facto standard for businesses, both large and small. This book is the only one of its kind to concisely explain how to execute a successful vSphere architecture, tailored to meet your company’s needs. Expert authors share with you the factors that shape the design of a vSphere implementation. Learn how to make the right design decisions for your environment.
- Explores the latest release of VMware vSphere
- Details the overall design process, server hardware selection, network layout, security considerations, storage infrastructure, virtual machine design, and more
- Debates the merits of Scaling Up servers versus Scaling Out, ESX versus ESXi hypervisor, vSwitches versus dvSwitches, and what the different storage protocols have to offer
- Illustrates the tools to monitor, to plan, to manage, to deploy and to secure your vSphere landscape
- Steps through the design decisions that a typical company may encounter, and questions the choices made
- Packed with real-world proven strategies, VMware vSphere Design examines how the virtualization architecture for your company should ideally look—and how best to achieve it.
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About the Author
Forbes Guthrie, VCP, is a systems engineer and infrastructure architect who specializes in virtualization and storage technologies. He is also a VMware vExpert and the creator of several popular virtualization reference cards. Forbes blogs at www.vReference.com. Scott Lowe, VCDX 39, is VMware-Cisco Solutions Principal at EMC. Scott is a VMware vExpert and author of two other books on VMware vSphere, including the bestselling Mastering VMware vSphere 4. Scott also writes at blog.scottlowe.org, which attracts thousands of visitors daily. Maish Saidel-Keesing, VCP, is a systems virtualization architect at NDS, where his responsibilities involve virtualization architecture design, maintenance, and development for both Linux and Windows infrastructures. He is a VMware vExpert, contributes to SearchServerVirtualization.com, and blogs at technodrone.blogspot.com.