In this article, I’ll discuss VMware vSphere 7.0 Configuration Limits/Maximum in detail. It will help you to understand the maximum limits of objects & capacity that can be used in vSphere 7.
To check vSphere 7.0 Configuration Limits, you need to follow below steps:
- Browse the site: VMware Configuration Maximums
This Configuration Maximums tool provides the recommended configuration limits for VMware products. When you configure, deploy and operate your virtual and physical equipment, it is highly recommended you stay within the limits supported by your product. The limits presented in the tool are tested, recommended limits, and are fully supported by VMware. You can follow along with the recommendations made by this tool for your minimum or maximum infrastructure requirement.
2. Once you one the home page of this site, click on Get Started button.
3. You will be redirected to a new page. Here you need to click on View Limits, If not selected already. Let us suppose we are looking for vSphere 7.0 Configuration Limits, we have to select a few options.
4. At the left scroll bar under Product category, select vSphere as shown in above picture.
5. Just scroll down and under the Version, select vSphere 7.0 and the categories you want( In my case Virtual Machine Maximums are selected). As shown in below picture:
6. Once you have selected all desired options, Click on the View Limit button. It will show the results on the right size of the same page.
You can also compare the maximum configuration limits between various products. Let’s do it for vSphere versions.
- Visit the same site: VMware Configuration Maximums
- Click on ‘Compare Limits‘ this time. Under Product, select vSphere.
3. Click on (+) to select the two or more versions of vSphere. Click on Compare button.
4. It will pop-up the results in front of you. You can also export it in csv file to view it later.
5. In the above results, there are three vSphere version listed: vSphere 6.5 Update 1, vSphere 6.7, and vSphere 7.0 along with various comparison table such as Virtual Machine Maximum, ESXi Host Maximum( Compute, Memory, CPU, Storage,& Networking), and vCenter Server Maximum..etc.
You can also refer a nice article on Virten.net site.
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