Vmware Vsphere 5 Enterprise Plus
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vSphere v.5.0 Enterprise Plus
|Manufacturer Part Number||VS5-ENT-PL-C|
|Manufacturer Website Address||http://www.emc.com|
|Product Name||vSphere v.5.0 Enterprise Plus|
|Product Type||Software Licensing|
|License Quantity||1 Processor|
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I like Vmware Vsphere 5 Enterprise Plus because in one way or another I guarantee the life and continuity of my business, allowing to work harmoniously with my IT infrastructure, adapting it when required, during the implementation of this vsphere project, we use esxi cm seed to make the full deployment of The entire suite including vcenter for centralized administration. something that disgusts me without a doubt is the cosotoso of his license, having as seed esxi, which uses linux platform, but nevertheless one thing compensates the other the calmness that vsphere gives me, thanks to a good implementation and configuration guarantees continuity of the business.
I have begun to enjoy the new web interface introduce with vVmware Vsphere 5 Enterprise Plus. It took a while to get used too, but now I find that it is much easier to navigate through all areas of administration in Vmware Vsphere 5 Enterprise Plus. It is also great to have a central point of management for all your ESX hosts. If you are implementing vSphere for the first time start with 6.5, and get right into the Web interface. Transitioning from the client application to the web application can be somewhat challenging
I like the ability to smartly utilize the software virtualization layer to best serve our company. We use AD, remote support and Network Management servers all in one footprint by using the power of virtualization. One of the best virtualization software management tools out there...hands down. Never had any issues with it. Consolidation of physical systems and reducing our energy costs after our move to a new location was paramount. We were able to consolidate 4 physical servers, two rackmount servers, and two chassis server boxes, into one Dell VRTX system with two blades. One blade is running all of the existing server software and applications and each of them are virtualized.