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VMware vSphere PowerCLI Reference by Matt Boren, Andrew Sullivan, Brian Graf, Glenn Sizemore, Jonathan Medd, Luc Dekens

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Using Advanced vSphere Features

In this chapter, you will learn to:

  • Configure EVC
  • vFlash Read Cache
  • Manage DRS Groups
  • Use Fault Tolerance
  • Use Distributed Power Management
  • Configure Host Profiles
  • Configure Active Directory Integration

At this point, we have shown that vSphere is the virtualization platform of choice for a myriad of reasons. This chapter focuses on automating some of the most advanced features vSphere offers. Be aware that many of these features require the Enterprise Plus licensing to be used.

Configure EVC

Have you ever tried to use older hardware in the same cluster as newly purchased servers? Did you encounter a condition where virtual machines would not vMotion between the hardware generations? This is because CPU features ...

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