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Install and manage one or one thousand virtual servers in your enterprise with the latest generation of VMware virtualization software, vSphere 4, and this comprehensive guide. Using step-by-step instruction backed by real-world scenarios, this book takes you under the hood of this powerful VMware suite, clearly explaining all of the components and how you can get the most out of them. Discover how to reduce your overall server footprint, expand capacity, optimize performance, track cost savings, and more with this in-depth guide.
Getting up to speed on all components of the VMware vSphere 4 suite
Installing, configuring, and managing VMware ESX and ESXi Server, vCenter Server, and VMware Update Manager
Managing virtual machines and networks, storage devices, and access
Migrating and importing virtual machines into your existing infrastructure
Understanding high availability and business continuity in the VMware world
Securing your vSphere virtual infrastructure and monitoring performance
Mitigating the effects of unplanned physical server failure with VMware Fault Tolerance
Scripting and automating with PowerShell and PowerCLI
Increase Capacity with Scalable, Robust Virtual Solutions
Get the Very Most out of a vSphere 4 Infrastructure
Reduce Your Overall Server Footprint and Cut Costs
Secure Your Virtual Network and Monitor Performance
Reinforce Your Skills with Real-World Examples
Scott Lowe is a great author. VMware vSphere 4 was somewhat lacking for the years VMware has been doing virtualization.Published 4 months ago by Mike
A good book and straight forward. Just another for my libraryPublished 17 months ago by Jeanine E Patrick
Good info for setting up a 4.1 server from start to finish i had it up and running in no timePublished on December 31, 2012 by glassgun
This guy definitely knows his stuff. Any time that I've needed some reference for configuration/planning I've pointed to this as my go to reference material. Read morePublished on December 18, 2012 by Mark T. Wain
I like the content of this book. it will explain all the things you need to know. though it has many typos, you can still follow if you know your stuffs. Read morePublished on May 21, 2012 by edison
Sometimes, you will face performance issues, network issues, etc. For those harder issues, you will need to have extra knowledge which you can gain from vSphere: troubleshooting... Read morePublished on October 23, 2011 by A. Taveras