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Performance Best Practices Guide for vSphere 6.7

We are pleased to announce the availability of Performance Best Practices for VMware vSphere 6.7. This is a comprehensive book designed to help system administrators obtain the best performance from their vSphere 6.7 deployments.

Note: Performance Best Practices for VMware vSphere 6.7 Update 2 is also available.

The book covers new features as well as updating and expanding on many of the topics covered in previous versions.

These include:

  • Hardware-assisted virtualization
  • Storage hardware considerations
  • Network hardware considerations
  • Memory page sharing
  • Getting the best performance with iSCSI and NFS storage
  • Getting the best performance from NVMe drives
  • vSphere virtual machine encryption recommendations
  • Running storage latency-sensitive workloads
  • Network I/O Control (NetIOC)
  • DirectPath I/O
  • Running network latency-sensitive workloads
  • Microsoft Virtualization-Based Security (VBS)
  • CPU Hot Add
  • 4KB native drives
  • Selecting virtual network adapters
  • The vSphere HTML5 Client
  • vSphere web client configuration
  • Pair-wise balancing in DRS-enabled clusters
  • VMware vSphere update manager
  • VMware vSAN performance

The book can be found here. (Or for vSphere 6.7 U2, look here.)

Also, for a summary of the new performance-related features in vSphere 6.7, refer to What’s New in Performance.

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  4. coinextend

    very good … excellent

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