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  • VMware vSphere

    VMware vSphere is brand name for VMware's suite of products that use the ESX/ESXi hypervisor. Before 2009, VMware vSphere was known as VMware Infrastructure.

  • vSphere hot plug

    vSphere hot plug is a function lets administrators add additional virtual hardware to running virtual machines (VMs).

  • EMC's Rob Emsley on modern data protection

    Like most industry trade events, EMC World 2014 offers the unique opportunity for expert analysts to mingle with company officials to discuss...

  • Hypervisor-based replication in VMware and Hyper-V

    Does VMware have the ability to perform replication? What is hypervisor-based replication and how is...

  • VMware vSphere Update Manager (VUM)

    VMware vSphere Update Manager (VUM) is software that manages vSphere versions, installs and updates third-party ESX/ESXi host extensions, automates the patch and upgrade process on ESX/ESXi hosts, and performs...

  • Resolving CommVault Simpana error code 91:29

    What causes error code: 91:29 in CommVault Simpana and how can it be resolved?

    Error 91:29 is one of the more frustrating errors that can occur with CommVault...

  • VMware vSphere Mobile Watchlist

    The VMware vSphere Mobile Watchlist is a free application that allows administrators with an Android or iOS smartphone to monitor and correct issues with virtual machines (VM) on an infrastructure running on vSphere...

  • Gluttonous VMs can wear down vSphere storage performance

    Identifying and resolving vSphere storage performance issues requires an administrator to follow a simple workflow to identify an overloaded data store and then identify the busy VMs. Busy VMs should be spread across data stores, and high I/O VMs...

  • VMware vSphere Network I/O Control (NIOC)

    VMware vSphere Network I/O Control (NIOC) allows administrator to set up rules and policies to prioritize bandwidth for different network resource pools on a vSphere distributed switch.

  • Expanding resources can mend vSphere memory performance

    Memory performance will suffer if pools of resources are exhausted. There are four key levels to monitor for quality vSphere performance.

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