Tag Archives: vCenter

vCenter Host Gateway Appliance - Overview and Deployment.

vCenter Host Gateway (distributed as a virtual appliance) is a vCenter Server feature that lets you manage virtual environments that consist of various types of hypervisors. In this post you will find answers for the following questions: vCenter Host Gateway requirements vCenter Host Gateway 3rd supported hypervisors How to deploy and configure vCenter Host Gateway Appliance How to… Read More »

What’s New in VMware vSphere 6.0: vMotion Enhancements

VMware vSphere 6 provides some vMotion Enhancements. With vSphere 6.0 vMotion is being expanded to: vMotion across vCenter Servers. vMotion across virtual switches. Long Distance vMotion. Replication-Assisted vMotion.   vMotion across vCenter Servers vSphere 6 introduces support for Cross vCenter vMotion and possibility to change compute, storage, networks, and management between data centers without disruption.  The following settings… Read More »

VMware vMotion without Shared Storage?

I decided to write this post because I have heard many times that vMotion is not possible without shared storage. vMotion (known as Enhanced vMotion) is supported and possible to be done without shared storage since vSphere 5.1. This vMotion is a combination of vMotion and Storage vMotion! I understand that within a long time, one of the… Read More »