Scale Up and Scale Out for Monster VMs in vSphere 7
Allen Clingerman Chief Technology Strategist, PowerEdge Server Workloads, NA Channel, Dell Technologies
About this talk
VMWare 7 is the most advanced and highly performant version of VMWare ever released. The core Hypervisor has been upgraded to support more hosts per cluster, more VMs per Host and more CPUs per Host than ever thought possible. In addition to the increases in available ‘horsepower’, the core architectures of vMotion and DRS have been re-designed and optimized to support massive VMs hosting every type of workload, database or multi-tier application.
Even large, monolithic historically Scale Up only applications can run on ESXi 7. In addition, it supports new persistent memory technology from Intel which opens up unheralded performance and cost benefits to in memory database environments. This new capability requires a rethinking of the datacenter to one that’s more standardized, modern and flexible to support applications and workloads across 1,2 and specifically 4 socket server designs.
Join us for a discussion around these new technologies and why mainstream 4S servers are the new modern building block for VMWare 7 PODs!
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