Performance Best Practices for vSphere 4.0

20 07 2009

vSphere has been in the marketplace as a production release for about 2 months now and is becoming more prevalent across the install base of virtualization environments at a rapid pace.  This quick adoption is good for the community as a whole but can be challenging for the initial organizations that dive into this unchartered territory.

Part of reducing the amount of pain with a new version of a product or eliminating it altogether is thoroughly planning all aspects of the upgrade or new environment including the use of every piece of knowledge available.  The following document located on VMware’s site outlines the best practices for configuring a vSphere environment with performance specifically in mind.  Naturally as the rate of adoption accelerates industry knowledge and information will grow but this white paper is definitely a good start.




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