VMware vSphere 6.0 introduced with lot of new enhancements and feature addition as compared with the previous versions of vSphere. In everyone’s mind, configuration maximum will be the first question during all vSphere releases. How big the platform supports? I would like give a Quick walk through about New configuration maximums of vSphere 6.0. Which Supports a Monster VM and your VM will be ready for Mission Critical Applications. Let’s take a detailed look at New Configuration Maximum’s available with VMware vSphere 6.0.
vSphere 6.0 Clusters now supports 64 Nodes and 8,000 VM’s (Which was 32 Nodes and 4,000 VM’s in vSphere 5.5)
vCenter Server Appliance (vCSA 6.0) supports upto 1000 Hosts and 10,000 Virtual Machines with embedded vPostgres database
ESXi 6.0 host now supports support up to 480 physical CPUs and 12 TB RAM (which was 320 CPUs and 4 TB in vSphere 5.5)
ESXi 6.0 host Supports 1000 VMs and 32 Serial Ports. (which was 512 VM per host in vSphere 5.5)
vSphere 6.0 VM’s will support up to 128 vCPUs and 4TB vRAM (which was 64 vCPU’s and 1 TB of memory in vSphere 5.5)
vSphere 6.0 continuous to support 64 Tb Datastores as same as in vSphere 5.5
Increased support for virtual graphics including Nvidia vGPU
Support for New Operating systems like FreeBSD 10.0 and Asianux 4 SP3
Fault Tolerance (FT) in vSphere 6.0 now supports upto 4 vCPUs (which was only 1 vCPU in vSphere 5.5)
I would like to provide a Quick Comparison table between the Configuration maximums of vSphere 5.5 and vSphere 6.0:
I hope we all are impressed with the Configuration maximums of vSphere 6.0. Let’s prepare our environment to build Monster and Mission critical VM’s with vSphere 6.0. I hope this is informative for you. Thanks for Reading !!!
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