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VMware vCenter Server 4 Unify and Simplify Virtualization Management.

What is VMware vCenter Server? VMware vCenter Server is the universal hub for managing your VMware vSphere environment. VMware vCenter Server provides unified management of all hosts and virtual machines in a datacenter from a single console. VMware vCenter Server allows administrators to improve control, simplify day-to-day tasks and reduce the complexity and cost of managing an IT environment.

VMware vCenter™ Server 4 provides a scalable and extensible platform for proactive virtualization management, delivering deep visibility into virtual infrastructure. VMware vCenter Server centrally manages VMware vSphere™ 4 environments and simplifies daily tasks, dramatically improving administrative control over the environment.

Analyze and remediate issues quickly with deep visibility in to VMware vSphere and its underlying infrastructure.
- Improve IT responsiveness by proactively managing your VMware vSphere environment with rapid provisioning, automated load balancing of virtual machine workloads, and out-of-box workflows for automation.
- Scale to meet the needs of the most demanding enterprise environments with support for up to 10,000 virtual machines.

How is VMware vCenter Server Used in the Enterprise? VMware vCenter Server provides a scalable, extensible virtualization management platform. With VMware vCenter Server, IT organizations get:
- Centralized management. VMware vCenter Server allows IT organizations to organize, rapidly provision and configure the entire IT environment through a single interface, resulting in lower operating costs. Thorough and consistent performance monitoring of all critical components—including CPU, memory, storage and networking—provide the detail administrators need.
- Operational automation. Task scheduling and alerting improves responsiveness to business needs and prioritizes actions requiring the most urgent attention.
- Secure access control. Robust permissioning mechanisms and integration with Microsoft® Active Directory guarantee authorized access to an environment and its virtual machines. Responsibilities can be delegated to tiers of system administrators.
- Availability and resource management. From VMware vCenter Server, administrators can configure and manage VMware VMotion™, Storage VMotion, VMware High Availability (HA) and VMware Fault Tolerance (FT).
- Higher levels of security. Enforce compliance with patch standards automatically through VMware vCenter Update Manager, allowing organizations to protect their virtual infrastructure from vulnerabilities.
- Automated energy efficiency. Enterprises can minimize power consumption with VMware Distributed Power Management (DPM), which enables an “energy efficient” datacenter.

How Does VMware vCenter Server Work? The VMware vCenter Server platform 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. A VMware vCenter agent provides connectivity between the host and management server.

Administrators can access VMware vCenter Server from the VMware vSphere Client from any Windows PC, or use the vCenter Web Access portal for remote access from any Web browser.

Roles and permissions are replicated across management servers, giving administrators the ability to manage multiple instances of VMware vCenter Server from one console, and a search engine makes it possible to quickly find virtual machines, hosts or any other inventory objects located anywhere in the enterprise.