Configuring Per-VM EVC with PowerCLI

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vSphere 6.7 was released a couple weeks ago and there were a ton of new features announced. However, there was one feature I was particularly interested in and that was Per-VM EVC (Enhanced vMotion Compatibility). Giving a brief, high-level overview, EVC can be used to set a baseline of CPU features available to a VM Read more...

EVC with PowerCLI 5.5 R2–Part 2

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In this previous post we talked about one of the great new features introduced in PowerCLI 5.5 R2 for configuring EVC, in this post we will continue to show how we can make configuring and using EVC easier with PowerCLI. Compatibility checks While configuring EVC on a cluster you will probably need to perform some Read more...

EVC with PowerCLI 5.5 R2–Part 1

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What is EVC? Enhanced vMotion Compatibility (EVC) is a vSphere feature that you can enable on a specific cluster to maximize the vMotion compatibility of hosts within that cluster. EVC will make sure that all hosts in the cluster present the same CPU feature set to their virtual machines, even if the actual CPUs on Read more...