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Vmware Vsphere for Dummies

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A plain-English guide to the market-leading virtualization and cloud computing technologyWith virtualization, a single server can host dozens or hundreds of virtual machines running a variety of operating systems, and even hook them together in a virtual network or cloud infrastructure. This practical guide shows you how to create a virtual system using the VMware VSphere ...more
ebook, 384 pages
Published February 9th 2011 by For Dummies (first published February 1st 2011)
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May 13, 2012 Gina marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
Currently reading as we gear up for a VMWare deployment. It's very good. Gives good basic information.
Craig a.k.a Meatstack
I've been an IT professional for 12 years. I've been a manager for 8 of those. I've been using VMware for 2 now, and darn it, it's just embarrassing to read anything ending with "for Dummies."

But let's put that aside, and swallow the pride. This book likely saved me from an overnight of firefighting in the future. Possibly more. Why? Because of 5 little things I learned during reading this that I had never considered previously.

Here's how this plays out. You read something some night sitting in
David Roberts
The book I read to research this post was VMware Vsphere For Dummies by Tom Keegan et al which is an excellent book which I bought from kindle. Vsphere is a virtualization operating system used on networks which because you enter what is known as a virtual machine that only has predefined functions any virus or other malware that infects your computer is severely limited in the damage it can cause. Most viruses are written specifically to infect Windows operating systems so any other operating s ...more
Mark Bates
More of an advertisement for vSphere..oh well.
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