vSphere Housekeeping 101

What’s great about virtualization is the fact that we can change just about anything we want with minimal impact to production workloads. It’s partly due to functionality from hypervisors and management software, but the human factor plays a big part. Here is a quick housecleaning checklist to review through a vSphere environment (and applies to versions of vSphere and VI3), to catch the small things that may have accumulated over the years.

Read my list on the Everyday Virtualization blog at Virtualization Review.



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