Vmware Vsphere 7 Essentials Kit Subscription Only 3 Years
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vSphere v.5.0 Essentials Kit
|Manufacturer Part Number||VS5-ESSL-3SUB-C|
|Manufacturer Website Address||http://www.emc.com|
|Product Name||vSphere v.5.0 Essentials Kit|
|Product Type||Software Licensing|
|License Type||Subscription License|
|License Validation Period||3 Year|
|License Quantity||1 License|
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Used in a single server environment where new hardware was required, but the time to migrate the existing server wasn't there. Did a P2V conversion and used VmwareVsphere 5 Essentials Kit Subscription Only 3 Years to manage, little to no troubles. Would definitely use again. VmwareVsphere 5 Essentials Kit Subscription Only 3 Years has been a excellent software for sandboxing in while learning the ins and outs of cloud access, virtualization and remote management. The features included for a birds-eye view of what's running where is also very nice.
This is a Must have for managing your ESXi hosts. Great rock solid product. Still getting used to the switch on the client from a local app to web client. V-Sphere is great for managing your VMWare host machines. If you have too many hosts it would be best to get VCenter though. Easy to use and effective with no hassle. The user interface is pretty straightforward as well. I use the reporting functions daily.
VmwareVsphere 5 Essentials Kit Subscription Only 3 Years is a great product. Extremely reliable and well worth the money. Makes managing all servers easier with all listed in the one interface. Highly recommended. Great interface for utilizing the very best of virtualized clusters, or even single VM. Have found one downside, in ESXi 5.5 vShpere can not be installed on a domain controller. Ive been using VmWare since I started in IT. I dont have any certs yet (working on one right now) , and it is very easy to figure out. I cant complain or say I have had anything go wrong on vSphere. Nothing but good things from these guys.