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- Note globale 4.7 / 5
- Facilité d'utilisation 4.3 / 5
- Service client 4.3 / 5
- Fonctionnalités 4.7 / 5
- Rapport qualité-prix 4.2 / 5
Informations sur le produit
- À partir de 995,00 $US
- Version gratuite Non
- Essai gratuit Non
Cloud, SaaS, web
Informations sur l'éditeur
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Infrastructure de nouvelle génération pour vos applications de nouvelle génération
VMware vSphere - Fonctionnalités
- Analyse de machines vituelles
- Archivage et rétention
- Gestion de versions
- Gestion des espaces de noms
- Gestion des performances
- Mobilité des données
- Reprise d'activité
- Suivi des capacités
- Virtualisation de bureau
Avis les plus utiles sur VMware vSphere
Publié le 24/09/2019
Commentaires: Une fois bien paramétré, les résultats sont toujours très bons. Il faut seulement s'assurer d'avoir le bon serveur en fonction de ce que doivent faire toutes les VM
Avantages: La référence en matière de virtualisation. Il reste bien devant ses concurrents car plus efficace tout en étant bien moins gourmand en ressources machine.
Inconvénients: Difficile de lui trouver un défaut. Peut-être son ergonomie qui commence à être ancienne et assez austère.
Publié le 22/08/2019
Big changes on new Vsphere 6.7
Have been on the technology field for over a decade by now working with a lot of different virtualization technologies, by far this is one of the most reliable and easy to use out there.
Have seem some weird issues with another virtualization technologies but vsphere always had a lot of redundancy to prevent the production going down once you have configured it correctly.
- Stylish new look.
- Better performance than previous versions.
- Lots of support for security bridges not supported on previous version and hardware compatibility with new products and software.
- User interface is annoying sometimes.
Mostly this is one of the huge concerns for me on this new version, If i want to see the running task there are a lot of widget on the screen and need to zoom out the view to see some of the running task, or the alerts, then zoom in to read it correctly and zoom it out to see them again, is a little annoying for me but well it works... For anything else is pretty good.
Publié le 05/12/2018
Vmware - The Virtualization Standard
Commentaires: VMWare... If you are virtualization, you've heard of VMware. The free options were a great way to get started, do some basic virtualization for those "silly" services that require a dedicated, standalone machine. Shrink 5 physical servers into one in no time. Then you want more big servers to do more. So you buy into VMware (at substantial expense), licenses lapse, or are difficult to renew (yes this happened, because the VARs couldn't process it right... nice huh? VMware was even involved and couldn't get it quite right). Soon you'll be all-in with VMware, modifying your hardware to meet current version requirements, nickle and diming your datacenter to keep costs low, when security budgets are the focus. You'll find yourself needing to do an upgrade to the VSphere, but not wanting downtime to do it, so you have to buy up to move it to another server in realtime, just to do updates. It gets a little silly. But, let's face it, nothing else comes close. I want VMware to have competition, but nothing else even touches it. HyperV? No. Anything else? Yeaup, there's a few opensource options, but it just cannot compete. VMware vSphere, when you need to virtualize something more than an old video game, it's pretty much where you have to be.
Avantages: VMware is what you NEED in Virtualization. It has differing feature sets (licensed), based upon your needs. It has an easy barrier of entry for those just getting their feet wet, and has powerful features that are nearly unmatched. If you have servers, if you have a datacenter, if you are in charge of "Stand Alone" applications, you are likely dealing with VMware, and there is a good reason for that. VMware works, and it works well.
Inconvénients: Not that VMware is not without flaws. The software works, but for some of us semi-whitebox server builders, we are forced to stay close to the hardware qualified lists. Or pay a premium for a pre-built machine that we pay even more in "maintenance." VMwares license tiers make it challenging to reach the more expensive, an often necessary options. VMware's partnerships with VARs are more important that with you as the customer. Expect to be treated that way, as VARs gobble up a large amount of costs, as quotes runaway from you. Just be prepared, VMware solutions do not come cheap. It's the best, and VMware knows it.
Publié le 19/06/2018
My experience virtualizing productivity environment for the growth of services
Jose de jesus R.
Commentaires: The opportunity to share my experience with the use of VMwaresVphere is generous because I can help other users with my recommendation or other potential clients who wish to implement a virtualized environment
I have worked for a few years in virtualization, using virtual environments completely or mixed environments, virtual - physical, and MWware vSphere has shown me to be a hypervisor, taking full advantage of the processing capacity of each host, so taking advantage of the centralized administration that is achieved through VMware Vcenter, the large number of configurations of networks and virtual networks give an additional value to product.
Likewise the use of multiple operating systems allows me to have a server farm with a variety of services to our customers to meet their needs 100%.
Actually working VMware vSphere together with VMware vCenter is the greatest benefit cost advantage, since we have significant savings in terms of equipment maintenance, licensing, space saving, energy savings and man hours dedicated to supervising a physical environment as such.
The daily work of the vSphere tool has helped me to know it and not only know its advantages and benefits but also its few weak points, however its greatest weakness may be its high cost, which for implementations in small business environments can be very difficult. of implementing since a technological infrastructure of process of a great capacity is required and the cost in the licensing would affect in an important way the cash flow, and it would be underutilized.
Without the integration of VMware Vcenter 100% all the benefits of VMware vSphere would not be used.
Equally, the training of the staff would also have a huge cost, even though the training by the technical staff is excellent, there is also the virtual training that gives the advantage of cost savings, however it is not as effective as in person.
Publié le 12/09/2019
Redundant Personal Business Cloud with less Overhead
Commentaires: Overall the experience has been positive and we can't imagine going back to the days of physical servers for each of our server resources. The scale ability, portability, and redundancy are simply unmatched.
Avantages: When it comes to servers, hardware is expensive and often not completely utilized. With VMware vSphere, we were able to virtualize our entire development and production environment paired with three medium sized servers. This gave us scalability we never had. Our servers are pooled and share the pool resources allowing us to expand our environment to up to 35 servers running across the three servers. With vSphere we are able to have failover in the event one of the servers go down utilizing the vmotion feature without a single virtual server being interrupted. It allows us to do 90% more maintenance without a single disruption.
Inconvénients: The depth of knowledge to use the advanced features and scripting is intense. There are hundreds of individual features and settings that are very difficult to understand without the proper knowledge or training. Once you figure it out you won't go back.