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Virtual Watchdog
October 29, 2020
The new virtual watchdog timer (vWDT) is a new virtual device introduced in vSphere 7. It enables developers and administrators to have a standard way to know whether the guest operating system (OS) and applications, running inside a virtual machine, have crashed.

Solution

  • Automation
  • Application Acceleration

Type

  • Blog

Level

  • Intermediate

Category

  • Technical Overview

Product

  • vSphere 7

Technology

  • Virtual Watchdog

Phase

  • Deploy
Storage vMotion Improvements
October 28, 2020
vSphere 7 introduces improvements for the Fast Suspend and Resume (FSR) process, as FSR inherents some of the vMotion logic. FSR is used for Storage vMotion.

Solution

  • Application Acceleration
  • Storage

Type

  • Blog

Level

  • Advanced

Category

  • Deep Dive

Product

  • vSphere 7

Technology

  • Storage vMotion
  • vMotion

Phase

  • Migrate
Enhanced vMotion Compatibility (EVC) Explained
October 27, 2020
vSphere Enhanced vMotion Compatibility (EVC) ensures that workloads can be live migrated, using vMotion, between ESXi hosts in a cluster that are running different CPU generations.

Solution

  • Application Acceleration

Type

  • Blog

Level

  • Intermediate

Category

  • Technical Overview

Product

  • vSphere

Technology

  • Enhanced vMotion Compatibility (EVC)
  • vMotion

Phase

  • Manage
  • Migrate
  • Optimize
vMotion Enhancements in vSphere 7
October 27, 2020
The vMotion enhancements in vSphere 7 include a reduced performance impact during the live-migration and a reduced stun time. This article details how the vMotion improvements help customers being comfortable using vMotion for large workloads.

Solution

  • Application Acceleration
  • Lifecycle Management

Type

  • Blog

Level

  • Intermediate

Category

  • What's New

Product

  • vSphere 7

Technology

  • vMotion

Phase

  • Migrate
  • Optimize
Troubleshooting vMotion
October 27, 2020
This article is dedicated to gaining more knowledge on what to do when troubleshooting vMotion if a live-migration is not successful. What are typical reasons for failed migrations? What logs to look into? Let’s have a look at how you can troubleshoot and prevent vMotion operations to fail.

Solution

  • Application Acceleration

Type

  • Blog

Level

  • Advanced

Category

  • Deep Dive

Product

  • vSphere

Technology

  • Storage vMotion
  • vMotion

Phase

  • Manage
  • Migrate
How to Tune vMotion for Lower Migration Times?
October 27, 2020
With high bandwidth networks quickly becoming mainstream, what can we do to fully take advantage of 25, 40 or even 100GbE NICs? This article goes into details on vMotion tunables and how they can help to optimize the process.

Solution

  • Application Acceleration

Type

  • Blog

Level

  • Advanced

Category

  • Deep Dive

Product

  • vSphere

Technology

  • Storage vMotion
  • vMotion

Phase

  • Migrate
  • Optimize
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