VMware vCenter Server provides a scalable and extensible platform for proactive virtualization management, delivering deep visibility into virtual infrastructure. vCenter Server centrally manages VMware vSphere environments and simplifies daily tasks, dramatically improving administrative control over the environment. vCenter Server provides unified management of all vSphere hosts and virtual machines in the datacentre from a single console. VMware vCenter Server provides unified management of all hosts and virtual machines in a datacentre from a single console, allowing IT administrators can improve control, simplify day-to-day tasks, and reduce the complexity and cost of managing IT environments. vCenter Server includes several key components that work together to give enterprises a scalable virtualization management hub. Management servers provide central management points for hosts and virtual machines, with inventory and performance information stored in a database. vCenter Agent provides connectivity between hosts and management servers To access vCenter Server, administrators can use the vSphere Client on any Windows PC, or they can use the vSphere Web Client remotely from any Web browser. Roles and permissions are replicated across management servers, enabling administrators to manage multiple instances of vCenter Server from one console. A search engine makes it possible to quickly find virtual machines, hosts or other inventory objects located anywhere in the enterprise.
- Remote access from anywhere • Real-time monitoring of dynamic virtual elements • Customizable alarm triggers • Simplified navigation and inventory search • Dynamic resource allocation to ensure SLAs • Rapid provisioning and simplified patch management • W