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VMware vSphere 7 – co je nového ?

Seznam oznámených novinek z oficiálních dokumentů


New features in vSphere 7

• vSphere Lifecycle Manager
• Next-Gen Infrastructure Image Management Manage infrastructure
images to patch, update or upgrade ESXi clusters using a desired state model
• vCenter Server Profiles Desired state configuration management capabilities for
vCenter Server. It helps the user to define/validate/apply configuration for multiple vCenter
• vCenter Server Update Planner Manage the compatibility & interoperability
for vCenter Server for upgrade scenarios. We will allow users to generate the
interoperability & pre-checks report, which will help them plan for upgrades
• Content Library Added administrative control and versioning support.
Provides simple and effective centralized management for virtual machine
templates, virtual appliances, ISO images, and scripts.
• Identity federation with ADFS Secure access and account management
• vSphere Trust Authority Remote attestation for sensitive workloads
• Dynamic DirectPath IO Support for vGPU and DirectPath I/O initial VM
• DRS Redesigned with a more workload centric approach, DRS balances
resources allocated to workloads in a vSphere cluster.
• vMotion® The recent enhancements in vMotion logic provides non-disruptive
operations, irrespective of the size of VMs, specifically for large and mission critical

VMware vSphere 7

Dnes bylo uvolněno sdílení informací k VMware vSphere 7.

Porovnání funkcí


porovnání maxim ve verzích 6.5, 6.7 a 7



Licencování a funkce a ceny v přehledu


Nové licencovaní dle CPU omezeno počtem core

vSphere 7 licensing: Per processor
vSphere 7 is licensed on a per-processor basis. Each physical processor (CPU)
in a server needs to have at least one processor license key assigned to be able
to run vSphere.
Each per-processor license will cover CPUs with up to 32 physical cores. If the CPU has
more than 32 cores, additional CPU licenses are required.