Monday, October 12, 2009

Upgrading VMs for vSphere implementation

October 12, 2009 Published by

Systems Channel Advisor
Upgrading virtual machines for vSphere implementation
Jason Kappel, Contributor

When upgrading to vSphere, there are four different scenarios that you'll most likely encounter. Find out more about the number one most common situation that solutions providers face during implementation, which is upgrading existing clusters that are being managed by vCenter and likely have some standalone ESX hosts. This two-part tip focuses on the third vital step for ensuring a smooth vSphere implementation -- upgrading your customers' virtual machines.

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