What’s New in Performance – VMware vSphere 6.7

What’s New in Performance – VMware vSphere 6.7

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Underlying each release of VMware vSphere are many performance and scalability improvements. The vSphere 6.7 platform continues to provide industry-leading performance and features to ensure the successful virtualization and management of your entire software-defined datacenter.

The What’s New in Performance for vSphere 6.7 white paper highlights significant scale and performance items such as:

  • 2x increase in VMware vCenter Server Operations Per Second over the 6.5 release
  • Support for 1GB Large Memory Pages
  • vmxnet3 enhancements to RSS and VXLAN/Geneve Offloads
  • Performant support of new Persistent Memory offerings

As with each release I’m excited about these new capabilities and the performance each of them offers.

Document: What’s New in Performance for vSphere 6.7

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