Vmware Vcenter Site Recovery Manager 5 Standard 25 Vm Pack Basic Support Subscription 1 Year
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VMware vCenter Site Recovery Manager 5 Standard (25 VM Pack) Basic Support/Subscription, 1 Year
|Manufacturer Part Number||VC-SRM5-25S-G-SSS-C|
|Manufacturer Website Address||http://www.emc.com|
|Service Name||VMware Support and Subscription Basic|
|Service Main Type||Technical|
|Service Sub Type||Electronic and Physical|
|Service Description||12x5x4 Business Hour|
|Service Duration||1 Year|
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VmwareVcenter Site Recovery Manager 5 Standard 25 Vm Pack Basic Support Subscription 1 Year is a mature product and really the only way to effectively manage VMware's hypervisor. It has gone through several iterations (current version is 6.x) and includes nearly all of the required functional in an easy to find format and layout. Depending on the licenses purchased, it allows you to migrate a VM from one host to another, from one storage location to another (both without downtime), automatically distribute VMs across the hosts.
VmwareVcenter Site Recovery Manager 5 Standard 25 Vm Pack Basic Support Subscription 1 Year has been a long time product used in our company. the ability to change from physical machines that constantly need attention to creating a whole virtual environment with one stop maintenance for all of the servers is an Administrators Dream. the business problems that we are solving is that we are migrating to a virtual desktop experience for all of our users, so no more having to maintain physical desktops who's always needing some type of update or upgrade. from a single point, we can push updates to all of our VDI's over night to maintain an across the board level of expertise.
The better features of VmwareVcenter Site Recovery Manager 5 Standard 25 Vm Pack Basic Support Subscription 1 Year include the ability to customize your VM's hardware and resources. This includes stuff you wont find in Hyper-V, like multiple options for your network adapter, IDE and SCSI controllers, and various USB features for pass-through. The ability to maximize our hardware to its full potential by hosting several server VMs on each physical box, and with vcenter we can manage this all from one console. Having several ESX clusters and even remote locations makes managing all these resources a struggle, but with vCenter we can easily see everything in one console and work across the environment with ease.