VMWare has announced vSphere end-of-Support life on versions 6.5 & 6.7. Upgrade to VMWare vSphere 7 now. Eagle can help you upgarde and update your older version of vSphere with qualified engineers for the migration process.
Why upgrade to vSphere 7
Kubernetes Support and Integration :
Use Kubernetes containers in a cluster with load balancing and HA, enabling you to take advantage of modern applications and workloads.
New DRS Features :
DRS (Distributed Resource Scheduler) is now updated to a robust feature to look after the resources for each VM and focus on them rather than the ESX hosts, thereby provide equal balance across your hosts.
Improved Physical Infrastructure security :
The vSphere 7 now supports Multi Factor Authentication.
vTA – vSphere Trust Authority :
Encryption using a new Management Cluster separate from other clusters to serve as the root of the trust, distributing keys for the KMS.
Widely supported OS Platrorms :
Windows Server 2019, Ubuntu 19, SUSE Linux 11.x, RHEL 8.x, CentOS 8.x and others are now officially supported.
Licensing scheme :
It is now “per CPU socket,” although only up to 32 cores per socket; more than 32 cores and you need to apply for a second “socket license” to the same socket to cover another 32 cores.
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