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What You Need to Make the Right Design Decisions
vSphere is the most robust and sophisticated hypervisor product available today. It is the de facto standard for businesses, both large and small. This book-written for engineers and architects who plan, install, maintain, and optimize vSphere solutions-is the only one of its kind to concisely explain how to execute a successful vSphere architecture that's tailored to meet your company's needs. Expert authors share with you the factors that shape the design of a vSphere implementation.
Which storage protocol is best for you? Should you build your vCenter as a virtual machine? Design your storage for capacity or for performance? This new updated edition reveals the design decisions that most companies face, explores the available options, discusses solutions-then helps you make the right choices. In addition to Datacenter Virtualization, this book also examines vCloud Director deployments.
Packed with real-world proven strategies, it's the perfect guide for deploying a new design or transforming an existing one. Inside, you'll explore:
* The fundamentals of designing VMware environments
* The overall design process
* Key things to consider, such as server hardware selection and sizing, security, virtual machine templates, and more
* How networking and storage landscapes impact vSphere design
* Design decisions that a typical company encounters, taking into consideration availability, manageability, performance, recoverability, and security
* Designing VMware vCloud Director environments

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Forbes Guthrie, VCAP-DCD, (tweet @forbesguthrie) is a technical architect who specializes in virtualization and storage technologies. He is also a VMware vExpert and the creator of several popular virtualization reference cards. Forbes blogs at www.vReference.com. Scott Lowe, VCDX 39, (tweet @scott_lowe) is a technical architect at VMware. Scott is a VMware vExpert and the author of Mastering VMware vSphere 5. Scott also writes at blog.scottlowe.org, which attracts thousands of visitors daily.

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3.0 von 5 Sternen A very limited evolution 23. September 2013
Von Pierre - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
The book is well written but is of very limited value if you own the previous edition. Some of the critical aspects from Vsphere 5.1 like SSO are barely mentioned, and the additional chapter on Vcloud is very generic.
A bit of a letdown...
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Fantastic Book 9. Juli 2013
Von Jeff - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I received a complimentary copy from a contest on Scott's blog and am approximately halfway finished with the book. It is amazing! The authors go into details of design practices that would appropriate for a consultant, architect, or an administrator wanting to learn more about vSphere design. Everyone can learn from their expertise.

The book is laid out in a way that you can skim to sections that are of particular interest, especially to fill in knowledge gaps. I'm currently reading from cover to cover to learn concepts of design. I especially appreciate how the authors include the considerations behind the best practices and why they may or may not be applicable in different environments.

I'm only halfway through the book, but have already picked up many great ideas/tips. I'd highly recommend this book to anyone considering or currently working with VMware vSphere. The price of this book pales in comparison to the level of knowledge and experience that it contains. Thanks Scott and Forbes for putting this amazing book together. Thanks guys!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Great Reading on VMware Design 4. Mai 2013
Von Chris Wahl - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
It is quite difficult to guide readers through design by way of a book, as everyone has a unique use case, requirements, and constraints. The VMware vSphere Design book does a great job at walking the reader through what is necessary to identify various design elements and apply them for a virtual infrastructure. The technical content is deep enough to be useful for both architects and engineers, but also offer enough of a high level overview that it does not overwhelm those just getting started with vSphere design. I especially enjoyed the "bonus" section on VMware vCloud Director, as it is typically difficult to find content around this topic.

If you are working as a VMware administrator, engineer, architect, or consulting others, I would recommend grabbing this book for reference. It would also be a great way to study for the VCAP (VMware Certified Advanced Professional) exam on Data Center Design.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Grab a Notebook! 5. Januar 2015
Von Toby van Eijk - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
This is the most comprehensive VMware book I have ever read, the amount of information contained in the tome of knowledge is incredible.

I would suggest grabbing a notebook and taking notes as you go along. This book does assume a fair amount of familiarity with VMware technical concepts, it also assumes a fair amount of knowledge of storage concepts. While you don’t need to be a expert in these areas you will have to at least have touched a FC array and installed ESXi.

I thank all of the authors Forbes Guthrie, Scott Lowe and Kendrick Coleman.

Chapter 1 - Intro

This Chapter gives a good what, who and how of what this book is about, it does a good job of setting the stage and explaining what the book is aiming to do, what you should be aiming to do with the knowledge in the book.

Chapter 2 - The ESXi Hypervisor

This is were you start to get an idea of the knowledge of the authors, explaining certain things like offsetting power up (I’m trying to be vague, read the book). Again you better have a good understanding of the ESXi Hypervisor before beginning this.

Chapter 3 - The Management Layer

Talk about what can be used to manage your vSphere environment, goes over the vCenter chicken and egg issues. Also addresses some other tools in VMware’s toolbox to help with managing your vSphere environment.

Chapter 4 - Server Hardware

While not endorsing a particular platform it does detail a few vendors offerings. This chapter mainly deals with what type of hardware you should be looking into and gives you arguments for both sides of the Rack Mount vs Blade.

Chapter 5 - Designing your network

Fairly good overview of Network Design, not as technical detailed as the other chapters. But if you are installing a vSphere Environment in a “Greenfield's” environment you best read this network design.

Chapter 6 - Storage

Make sure you own a comfy chair, as they state in the book vSphere 5.1 was the storage release, this chapter covers the new features of storage in incredible detail. I suggest you have some storage experience, while the authors tend to steer away from naming particular vendor technologies they will speak in industry standard storage terms.

Chapter 7 - Virtual Machines

While this book is aimed at Architects and a like I suggest that ops staff and admins read this chapter, gives a very good view on how to configure VMs and some operating procedures with VMs.

Chapter 8 - Data Centre Design

Again if you are looking a “greenfield’s” deployment, this chapter is must. You gain the knowledge and experience of the authors and how they have done and seen it done before.

Chapter - 9 Design with Security in mind

This is a number of security scenarios and what you can do about them in your design. This chapter is not aimed at security professionals it is aimed a architects to make sure they perform some hardening and segregation into their design.

Chapter - 10 Monitoring and Capacity Planning

Monitoring and Capacity planning is a great chapter and I wish I had read it before I wasted a lot time in a businesses case to my employer to buy more Capacity for my hosted infrastructure. This chapter has clear capacity planning techniques, they also show you the dirty way of doing it by free hand (excel). While this is not as complex and accurate as lets say vCenter Operations Manager, if you need to explain this to your business you can easily explain how and why you came to the conclusion “I need 5 more hosts” if your approvers require to be slow walked to the answer.

Chapter - 11 Bringing a vSphere Design together

The Bringing a vSphere Design together is a “talk” through of everything you have learned. This is a not a full design that you can copy and paste, but more of a few pages on each section and what you should include.

Chapter - 12 vCloud Design

This is a good Chapter, but if you have never used vCloud before it takes a while to wrap your head around the concepts. This details private clouds and their usage within business. It also goes into great detail on the Storage and Network Design of vCloud. This Chapter could have been split up into two or three. Very detailed.

I loved reading this book, while I am little bit late to the party for this book as I read it in 2015 and technologies such as NSX and vSAN are now out these would have changed certain chapter such as Storage, Servers and Networking. The concepts and knowledge in the book are still relevant today and I learned a lot. I hope these authors do get together and make a 3rd edition for the upcoming vSphere 6, or another group of equally talented architects pick this up.

Small bit about the reviewer - I worked in VMware Technology since 2008, I have worked in small service providers as a consultant on their hosted IaaS services, most recently I have built a “private cloud” offering for another provider using a lot of the technologies in this book.

Great book thanks to all those who wrote it and inspired them.

- @iiToby
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent 5. Mai 2013
Von Donald - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
First rate text, very clear, exhaustive detail. Extremely useful for hands on installations and learning. Strongly recommended to newbies and admins alike.
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