Packt is pleased to announce the release of vSphere Virtual Machine Management. This book teaches readers to create virtual machines using the wizard, cloning, deploying from a template, and using OVF templates. Readers will also learn how to optimize virtual machine performance and resource allocation. The eBook, which is available in all the popular formats, is priced at $30.59, while the print book is priced at $59.99.
About the author:
Rebecca Fitzhugh is an independent VMware Consultant and VMware Certified Instructor. Prior to becoming a consultant and instructor, she served for five years in the United States Marine Corps, where she assisted in the build out and administration of multiple enterprise networks residing on a virtual infrastructure. Rebecca currently holds multiple IT industry certifications, including VMware Certified Advanced Professional in Data Center Design, Data Center Administration, and Cloud Infrastructure Administration.
A virtual machine is a software implementation of a machine that executes programs like a physical machine. vSphere has clusters of virtual machines that are all interconnected. Virtual machines should not be treated and administered exactly like physical servers.
vSphere Virtual Machine Management shows readers how to create a virtual machine step-by-step using multiple creation methods. Readers will be introduced to load balancing and virtual machine availability concepts and configurations. It will also take readers through a number of step-by-step instructions that will help them understand virtual machine features and how to configure them.
This book is aimed at VMware administrators who want to build their knowledge of virtual machine administration and configuration. It’s assumed that readers have some experience with virtualization administration and vSphere.
|vSphere Virtual Machine Management|
|vSphere Virtual Machine Management depicts how to create a virtual machine step-by-step using multiple creation methods. In this book, you will learn how to develop virtual machine performance, resource allocation, and performance monitoring in detail. You will also be introduced to load balancing and virtual machine availability concepts and configurations.
For more information, please visit: http://www.packtpub.com/vsphere-virtual-machine-management/book