VMware vSphere 6 Enterprise Plus Acceleration Kit for 6 processorsMFR # VS6-VEPL-AK-3P-SSS-C Digital Download
VMware vSphere with Operations Management Enterprise Acceleration Kit Plus Production Support/Subscription, 3 Years
|Manufacturer Part Number||VS6-VEPL-AK-3P-SSS-C|
|Manufacturer Website Address||http://www.emc.com|
|Service Name||Support and Subscription Production|
|Service Main Type||Technical|
|Service Sub Type||Electronic|
|Service Description||24x7x30 Minute|
|Service Duration||3 Year|
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Super productive to be able to have a new virtual server up and in production in less than 15 minutes. It used to be weeks before this would happen with physical server, between ordering the server, waiting for delivery, racking, updating drivers, installing and updating the OS. Best in class virtualization software. In my 18 years at my current job, easily a top 3 decision to go with VMware vSphere 6 Enterprise Plus Acceleration Kit for 6 processors. We can now easily support new ideas and fill needs immediately for new servers. Projects get off the ground quickly and efficiently
VMware vSphere 6 Enterprise Plus Acceleration Kit for 6 processors has the ability of the algorithm that vmware uses to communicate with the host and optimize my pool of resources (memory, processors etc) allows me to set measurement parameters to evaluate the performance of my servers that have improved a lot since i am using vmware. I like it because I can control my virtual machines from a centralized environment, with vcenter to make hot migrations of my virtual machines moving them from one cluster to another without interrupting the service and in a controlled and automatic way.
The vSphere client allows you to connect to the vsphere host and do all sorts of functions on your virtual machines. I like vSphere because it is rock solid and integrates into other really useful products like veeam and zerto. Virtualization in general has been an incredible, industry changing, invention. I'm not really a fan of the the web version of the vSphere client. Other than that its really hard to find fault with it.... there has been some problems with QC of late. So, if they can slow down on focus on being rock solid before bells and whistles would be good