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VMware Releases vSphere Updates

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With vSphere 6.7 Update 2, VMware is deprecating support for external Platform Services Controllers (PSCs). This is a move VMware has been building towards for some time now. With VMware vCenter Server enhanced link mode, which was introduced in vSphere 6.7, infrastructure teams can link up to fifteen vCenter Server instances in the embedded PSC topology. The vCenter Server Converge Tool introduced in vSphere 6.7 Update 1 enables VI admins to migrate topologies with external PSCs to topologies with embedded PSCs. Between that and the other updates in 6.7 update 2, VMware now feels that their embedded PSCs provide all the same benefits external ones did, but with less complexity. In happier news, vSphere 6.7 Update 2 introduces a new vCenter Server Converge Tool UI to provide intuitive snapshots of infrastructure environments and enables VI admins to make informed life cycle management decisions. The new UI provides topological and extended views of the relationships between components such asvCenter Server instances and PSC; embedded vCenter Server instances and other embedded vCenter Server instances; health checks; and replication status. Even better for customers running database intensive applications such as SAP HANA, vSphere 6.7 Update 2 adds support for 256 vCPUs and 6TB of vRAM.



VMware Releases vSphere Updates


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