Hi All,

vSphere 6.5 GA became available yesterday , and you can visit William Lam amazing content for accessing all the required documents and download files for the same.

All vSphere 6.5 release notes & download links

One of prime features of this new release is vCenter appliance inbuilt HA feature.

A vCenter HA cluster will consist of three vCenter server appliance instances. The first instance initially deployed as Active node, and then once HA is enabled a clone is done twice for passive and witness node. All these 3 VMs together form the HA architecture for vCenter.

When vCenter HA configuration is complete, only the Active node has an active management interface (public IP). The three nodes communicate over a private network called vCenter HA network that is set up as part of configuration. The Active node and the Passive node are continuously replicating data.


New release , new stuff !!


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