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VMware vSphere Resource Management Essentials [Kindle Edition]

Jonathan Frappier

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In Detail

vSphere is the flagship suit of Server virtualization, cloud deployment, and management. VMware vSphere comes with features that help you prepare a robust foundation to build virtual environments. You might have an already-built vSphere deployment, but managing the resources of your vSphere environment is crucial in order to save time and improve productivity.

This practical guide provides readers with a high-level understanding of the various components, methodologies and general best practices for maintaining and managing resources in a virtual environment.

Readers will begin the book with an explanation of the requirements for ESXi, the groundwork for VMware vSphere, and move through a comprehensive study of how resources are supplied. We’ll then progress with showing you the characteristics that enable resource and virtual machine availability.

With a solid understanding of the requirements to build and run your environment, you then move on to understanding how ESXi manages resources such as CPU, memory, disk, and networks for multiple virtual machines and how it ensures resource availability. Finally, you will be made aware of the options available with Vmware vSphere to automate and monitor your environment.

Readers will go through a learning curve of understanding the components, identifying the course of action, and putting it to practice.


This concise guide follows a practical approach, covering solutions and methods to manage resources for virtualization.

Who this book is for

If you are a current vSphere administrator who is aspiring to start your virtualization journey with VMware vSphere and wants to learn how to manage your resources, this is the book for you. Readers are expected to have some prior knowledge of ESXi and vCenter.

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Jonathan Frappier

Jonathan Frappier is a hands-on technology professional with over 15 years of experience in VMware-virtualized environments, focusing on system interoperability. He has specialization at the intersection of system administration, virtualization, security, cloud computing, and social enterprise collaboration.

He had not touched a computer until high school but then quickly found his passion. Jonathan holds a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science from Newbury College and a Master's degree in Computer Information Systems from Boston University, which he completed while working full time. He holds VMware certifications, including VCAP5-DCD, VCP5-DCV, VCA-Cloud, DCV, and WM.

Jonathan has worked in enterprises and start-ups throughout his career and has become a self-defined jack of all trades, but he is most passion ate about virtualization and its community, and was honored as a vExpert 2013 for his contributions.

You can find Jonathan on Twitter @jfrappier, and on his blog at, as well as at almost every Virtualization Technology User Group (VTUG) meet. He also supports the #vBrownBag podcast at


  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 1809 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 112 Seiten
  • Verlag: Packt Publishing (19. Februar 2014)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Great book to get a handle on vSphere 10. Juni 2014
Von VirtuallyHere - Veröffentlicht auf
Format:Kindle Edition
This book is a great resource for users getting started with vSphere and trying to understand the principles of resource management in shared computing environments. Virtualization on vSphere introduces lots of new concepts and this book does a great job explaining those concepts, required licensing and specific vSphere features. It is a must read for beginners, small deployment administrators and admins with growing deployments of vSphere.
5.0 von 5 Sternen Great introduction to vSphere 22. Mai 2014
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I just read this book - here is what I think about it.

With only 112 pages from cover to cover, the book is rather short. It’s devided into four chapters, each with a different focus. The information is mostly based on vSphere 5.1 and at times on vSphere 5.5.

Chapter 1: Understanding vSphere System Requirements
The first chapter is an introduction to VMware vSphere. It tells you about vCenter components and requirements, configuration maximums, and how to collect performance statistics on Windows or Linux operating systems.

Chapter 2: Assigning Resources to VMs
Next, the different resource types are explaned. What do they do, how do they do it, and what is important about each of them. This is the stuff you expect from this book.

Chapter 3: Advanced Resource Management Features
What configuration options do the various resources offer and how to use them? Much information about advanced vSphere features – some more related to resource management, some less, and others not at all. But a great overview for vSphere beginners.

Chapter 4: Automation and Monitoring Options
This chapter is much about PowerCLI and vCenter Orchestrator plus features like Update Manager, Host profiles and Auto deploy. That’s interesting stuff, but I don’t get the connection to the title of this book. The “Automating resource management” part for instance shows how to create a new VM, e.g. with PowerCLI. Very handy but also a little off-topic in my opinion. Only the last part about available monitoring options really is related to resource management.

If you’re new to VMware vSphere, this book can help you to understand it’s main features and some of the administration basics. Though you can find most of the information as well in the official vSphere documentation, the author gave it a good structure. The features are presented in reasonable order, that is first explaining the ones that others rely on.

The book really is limited to the basics you need to understand each topic, but there are lots of helpful links to additional information at VMware, blogs and community websites.

As an experienced VMware administrator or participant of VMware classes like vSphere: Install, Configure, Manage you may not benefit much from reading this book. I suggest to go for the vSphere High Performance Cookbook instead.
5.0 von 5 Sternen Very good Book for all VMware vSphere ICM 5.5 Students who will take the VCP-DCV Examen 22. Mai 2014
Von DBaby - Veröffentlicht auf
The Titel of this book was a little misleading for me because i think that this book describe vmware Metrics and Performance Graphs in vCenter Server.
But this book is a complete ad on for the vmware vSpher Install-Configure-Manage Class Training.
All content of this Class is in the book with a lot of hints, links to Knowledge Base Articles and Boggers who wrote about hints and Backrounds. From vSphere HA over DRS to Maximums and some significant Metrics and vCenter Operation Manager Overview you find all for Beginners and "Future" VMware Consultants and Admins. I think it is a very good overview with a lot of information. If you will get deeper buy as next book the DeepDive from Duncan Epping and Frank Denneman - but this first!
5.0 von 5 Sternen Good write up which allows to learn through examples different featues of vSphere 21. Mai 2014
Von Vladan SEGET - Veröffentlicht auf
Format:Kindle Edition
The book isn't very long to read as it only has 4 chapters, but I liked the format where the author present a feature and right after he gives you an examples with screenshots how-to use it in real life! This is not simple theoretical or technical guide, but Jonathan shares his experience and tips that he has learn so far with vSphere so it's very valuable.
5.0 von 5 Sternen Great resource to have! 20. Mai 2014
Von Luigi - Veröffentlicht auf
Format:Kindle Edition
Having just undergone the VMware 5.5 ICM class this book is a great compliment to that course! It is one of my top choices in helping prepare for the VCP exam. I plan on taking the test soon but I am on my second time reading this book. This is a must have in your VMware book collection for beginners to advanced users.
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