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  • ESXi Shell

    ESXi Shell is a VMware vSphere management tool that performs VMware commands that perform maintenance tasks like network, system, storage and more.

  • What's the best ESXi shared storage choice?

    Choosing an approach for shared disks in a VMware environment can be a challenge. You can take one of several approaches, depending on whom you ask. This article provides an overview of the ESXi shared storage options and makes some...

  • How the Hyper-V architecture differs from VMware ESXi

    Microsoft Hyper-V and VMware ESXi are both Type 1 hypervisors, but they have key architectural differences you should know about.

  • How to use VMware ESXi hosts for sandbox testing

    Video: Keith Barker of CBT Nuggets shows how to use VMware ESXi hosts to perform sandbox testing on virtual machines.

  • Virtual switch tweak optimizes ESXi networking

    Administrators in an ESXi environment should adjust the networking configuration to prevent slow VM migrations.

  • How can I maximize ESXi cluster space in VMware VSAN?

    How can I maximize the number of drives to use in VMware VSAN for an ESXi cluster?

    VMware introduced Virtual VSAN (VSAN) in...

  • VMware ESXi

    VMware ESXi is an operating system-independent hypervisor based on the VMkernel operating system interfacing with agents that run atop it.

  • How to keep conflicts at bay on your ESXi host

    While the tranquil notion of virtualization features a virtual machine floating on an endless sea of compute cycles, the harsh reality is a VM requires a physical ESXi host...

  • How to clear a clogged core dump in VMware ESXi

    With a little manipulation via SSH or ESXi Shell, a locked core dump file can soon be just a distant memory for your ESXi environment.

  • Correcting misconfigured ESXi shared storage settings

    IT shops that started small may find they need to update their ESXi shared storage settings to prevent significant issues when a host fails.

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