VMware VDS and its principles of works
Here you will find out:
- what is VMware VDS
- how VMware VDS works
- how DiskInternals can help you
Are you ready? Let's read!
What is VMware VDS?
VDS stands for “Virtual Distributed Switch”, which is necessary for connecting network controllers of a virtual machine to second-level networks of the OSI model.
This is one of the newest communicators and is devoid of some of the shortcomings of previous versions of communicators.
So, VMware distributed switching needs configuration only once on vCenter Server; you do not need to configure standard vSwitch switches on each ESXi host manually.
It is this fact that makes dvSwitch(aka VDS) so popular.
How VMware VDS works
One analogy for VMware VDS is a vCenter template. All ESXi hosts that are added to VDS have identical hidden standard vSwitch switches established when they are. Location of the saved configuration is /usr/lib/vmware/bin/ESXi.
The exact same port group will be generated on all vSwitch ESXi hosts added to VMware VDS if you want to build a port group for VLANs on VDS. Consider VDS as the control panel and the hidden standard vSwitch switches as the point of entry and exit to make it simpler to grasp (allowing for centralized virtual network preparation). Central management, assistance, and monitoring are this type of communicator's key benefits.
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