Bojan Bojkovski (2009) Virtual environment establishing using ESX 3,5 server's infrastructure. EngD thesis.
The ability to consolidate many physical servers into one physical server using virtual machines has led to dramatic changes in regard to business continuity and disaster recovery strategies for small and large organizations alike. When deciding on the best approach to implementing virtualization it is important to have a clear understanding of the different virtualization solutions which are currently available. The purpose of first chapter, therefore, is to describe in general terms the virtualization and its benefits in common use today, with the virtualization concepts, namely emulation, OS virtualization, paravirtualization and as the final solution, server consolidation. VMware has been a key leader in server virtualization for at least the last decade. One of the reasons that VMware continues to lead is that they continue to stretch the technology, as well as the imagination, of VMware Infrastracture 3 and with their next product vSphere. Why is that so, is explained in second chapter, where are described features of VMware Infrastructure (how they simplify management and reduce the complexity of working with virtual environments), with its benefits and management solutions, as well as the practical use of key features of VirtualCenter 2.5. The last chapter is describing the practical use of VMware main product, ESX Server 3.5. This chapter is based on practical example, how to install and deploy ESX Server 3.5, that involves performing effective planning of pre-installation requirements and postinstallation configurations, necessary for successfully deployment, that suit the needs of users and organizations.
|Item Type: ||Thesis (EngD thesis)|
|Keywords: ||AIX Advanced Interactive eXecutive ATA Advanced Technology Attachment BIOS Basic Input Output System CISC Complex instruction set computing CPE Centralno procesna enota DHCP Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol DPM Distributed Power Management DR Disaster Recovery DRS Distributed Resource Scheduling EPIC Explicitly parallel instruction computing GUI Graphical User Interface HA High Availability IDE Integrated Drive Electronics IP Internet protocol ISA Industry Standard Architecture iSCSI Internet Small Computer System Interface IT Information Technology LAN Local Area Network LUN Logical Unit Number MAC Media Access Control NFS Network File System NTP Network Time Protocol OS Operacijski sistem PCI Peripheral Component Interconnect RAID Redundant array of independent disks RAM Random Access Memory RISC Reduced instruction set computing ROI Return on Investment RTO Recovery Time Objective SAN Storage Area Network SATA Serial ATA SMP Symmetric Multi-Processing SNMP Simple Network Management Protocol SSH Secure Shell TCO Total Cost of Ownership UDP User Data Protocol UML User Mode Linux URL Uniform Resource Locator VC VirtualCenter VI Virtul Infstracture VLAN ID Virtual Local Area Network Identification VM Virtual Machine VMFS Virtual Machine File System VMM Virtual Machine Monitor vNIC Virtual Network Interface Card|
|Number of Pages: ||44|
|Language of Content: ||Slovenian|
|Mentor / Comentors: |
|Name and Surname||ID||Function|
|izr. prof. dr. Miha Mraz||249||Mentor|
|Link to COBISS: ||http://www.cobiss.si/scripts/cobiss?command=search&base=50070&select=(ID=7414100)|
|Institution: ||University of Ljubljana|
|Department: ||Faculty of Computer and Information Science|
|Item ID: ||952|
|Date Deposited: ||02 Nov 2009 11:51|
|Last Modified: ||13 Aug 2011 00:36|
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