Tag Archives: vCenter Server

Optimizing vCPU Configuration for Enhanced Performance on VMware ESXi

In a virtualized environment, proper configuration of virtual CPUs (vCPUs) is crucial to ensure optimal performance and resource utilization. One aspect of vCPU configuration is the distribution of sockets and cores, which can significantly impact the performance of applications running on virtual machines (VMs). This article aims to provide a comprehensive understanding of vCPU configuration… Read More »

vSAN Health Test ‘Network latency check’ status changed from ‘yellow’ to ‘green’

vCenter alarm: vSAN Health Test ‘Network latency check’ status changed from ‘yellow’ to ‘green’ The change in status from “yellow” to “green” in the vSAN Health Test “Network Latency Check” likely indicates that the network latency has improved to a level that is within the acceptable range for vSAN. In vSAN, network latency is one… Read More »

Easy way to deploy an appliance with OVA or OVF file in the vCenter

How easily we can provision or deploy an appliance in the vCenter management console with a customer provided OVA or OVF file. Before you start, need to check the cluster capacity where the appliance can be accommodated. Based on the cluster capacity, you can plan the appliance deployment. Step 1: Go to the cluster and… Read More »

How to determine VMware Host Storage Multipath enabled or disabled?

It is always recommended to have storage multipath enabled for the VMware hosts and this will be managed by the Storage team in the background. Storage vendor could be anyone like HP, EMC, IBM, DELL, Brocade, Cisco, NetApp, QLogic etc. System Admin should aware in their working environment whether multipath enabled for all the VM… Read More »