vSphere 6.0 has introduced a new feature called VMCP. Below is the vmware blog i found and i just thought, the concept cannot be explained any simpler than this.
So this is just a reference and i do not want to add anything to it. Enjoy reading the article below.
Lockdown Mode in ESXi host is around the corner since version 4. There were no ‘major’ changes to it untill version 6. VMware has come up with a more effective way of hardening the ESXi hosts in the vSphere 6 as there were ways to bypass lockdown mode in earlier versions. vSphere with version 6 introduced Strict Lockdown Mode and Exception Users to accomplish this. So without any delay, let’s get started with our discussion. Continue reading
Hey there! In this post we will find about the Availability features that were introduced with vSphere 6. Availability has always been an important characteristic of virtual systems and vSphere has provided many enhancements to this with the new version. Continue reading
So, moving onto our next topic in the What’s New series, we have our Networking and Storage features. This post will introduce you to the new features that are included with the vSphere version 6. So let’s get started. Continue reading
Hey there! In our last post we have seen the basic platform features that were introduced in vSphere 6, now let’s see the vCenter Server enhancements and changes in version 6 like Architectural changes, Certificate Management, vMotion enhancements, vSphere Web Client. Continue reading
Hi! In this series of posts, we shall look at new enhancements that vSphere 6.0 version has brought to us. The following posts do not discuss about the support maximums unless worth mentioning, we primarily focus on the features that are new to vSphere. Use the below links to read different posts in this series.
- vSphere 6 Platform Features
- vCenter Server Features Continue reading