Putting the VMware home lab infrastructure peices together

If you decide to build a VMware home lab, you'll want to spend time choosing the right components if you want the lab to run advanced VMware technologies.

VMware home labs: Assembling the parts for advanced vSphere features

By Eric Siebert, Contributor

VMware Server and Workstation are great products for gaining virtualization experience in home environments. Unfortunately, those configurations lack vSphere's advanced features -- such as VMotion, Fault Tolerance and High Availability. This tip covers how power users can build advanced vSphere labs at home.

 

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This was last published in June 2010

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