Monday, October 5, 2009

Upgrading to vSphere

October 05, 2009 Published by

Systems Channel Advisor
Upgrading to vSphere
Jason Kappel, Contributor

Before you rush into a vSphere implementation project, there are quite a few things you need to consider. First, you have to decide whether an upgrade or a new implementation is better for the customer. Next, you need to work with your customer to determine how the company wants to manage its host servers and guest virtual machines. Following the advice in this tip can help you prepare for a vSphere upgrade and establish your reputation as the go-to solutions provider for vSphere services.

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