Hello Everyone, In this post I will discuss about managing ESXi hosts using ESXCLI and PowerCLI. Yes, You got it right. ESXCLI is one of the widely used command line interface for ESXi whereas PowerCLI is a PowerShell based snap-in for VMware. ESXCLI is intended to provide a single set of commands to perform host … Continue reading ESXCLI+PowerCLI: Perfect fusion for ESXi
In my previous posts about resource pool I have stressed on Resource Pool hierarchy. I have also highlighted one tip related to resource pool hierarchy, If you have not noticed that then below is the tip once again- Tips: It is best practice to not allow VMs and resource pools to be siblings with each … Continue reading Resource Pool – Conclusion
What is vApp? A vApp is a container object which contains set of pre-configured VMs. Applications can be packaged to run directly on top of VMware vSphere. The format of how the applications are packaged and managed is called vSphere vApp.
Hello Everyone! In my first post I have explained about resource management and little bit about resource pool, Share, Limits and Reservations. I would highly recommend you to visit that post "Resource Pool - Part 1" if you have not done yet. In this section I will talk about- Resource Pool Hierarchy Create a resource … Continue reading Resource Pool- Part 2