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Maximum vSphereis the comprehensive, up-to-the-minute, working reference for everyone who plans, implements, or administers VMware virtual infrastructure. Authored by top VMware consultants, it brings together proven best practices, tips, and solutions for achieving outstanding performance and reliability in your production environment.
This book brings together crucial knowledge you won't find anywhere else, including powerful new vSphere 4 techniques drawn from the experiences of dozens of advanced practitioners. You'll find sophisticated, expert coverage of virtual machines, vCenter Server, networking, storage, backups, vMotion, fault tolerance, vSphere management, installation, upgrades, security, and much more.
Author Eric Siebert takes the same hands-on approach that made hisVMware®VI3 Implementation and Administrationso popular with working professionals. Whether you're implementing or managing vSphere 4, upgrading from older virtualization technologies, or taking new responsibilities in any VMware environment, you'll find this bookindispensable.
Contributor Simon Seagrave, a VMware vExpert and VCP, has worked with VMware products since the early days of VMware GSX. He covers virtualization, servers, and storage related technologies on his popular blog, TechHead (techhead.co.uk).
I never read any technology book like this before. This is covering from all levels of skills Beginner,Intermediate and Experts. Read morePublished on November 23, 2010 by DEEPU
It is a great book for beginner, advanced user or seasoned veteran. I've been using and implementing VMware since 2004, and still learning a lot out of it. Read morePublished on November 17, 2010 by Donald Mccracken
Excellent book if you are getting started with vSphere or even had some prior exposure to vSphere. The book provides a breadth of information across all the different components. Read morePublished on October 21, 2010 by Sidharth Surana
If you've read some of the other vSphere books on the market then there really isn't much to be gained by reading this book. Read morePublished on October 12, 2010 by Rob Notaro
This is a solid book to lay the foundation for people new to VMware, intermediate users to use as a reference or a good review for advanced users. Read morePublished on October 10, 2010 by RoosterFish9