Vmware vSphere 6.7

Analysis Of Changes In VMware VSphere Versions

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The new version of VMware vSphere 6.7 has increased scalability. In the following, you can compare all previous versions of this product for Maximums ESX and vCenter Configuration Maximums. Changes in VMware vSphere 6.7 include:

Virtual Machine Maximums

  vSphere 6.7 vSphere 6.5 vSphere 6.0 
NVDIMM controllers 1 N / A N / A
Non-volatile Memory 1 TB N / A N / A
Virtual SCSI targets through a virtual SCSI adapter 64 15 15
Virtual SCSI targets through the Virtual Machine 256 64 64
Virtual RDMA Adapters via Virtual Machine 1 N / A N / A

 

ESXi Host Maximums

  vSphere 6.7 vSphere 6.5 vSphere 6.0 
Maximum Non-volatile memory per host 1 TB N / A N / A
Logical CPUs per host 768 576 480
Maximum RAM per host 16 TB 12 TB 12 TB
Number of total paths on a server 4096 2048 1024
LUNs per server 1024 512 256
Volumes per host 1024 512 256

 

Fault Tolerance Max

  vSphere 6.7 vSphere 6.5 vSphere 6.0 
Virtual CPUs per virtual machine 8 4 4
Virtual Memory per virtual machine 128 GB 64 GB 64 GB

 

vCenter Server Maximums

  vSphere 6.7 vSphere 6.5 vSphere 6.0 
Hosts in linked vCenter Servers 5000 4000 4000
Powered by virtual machines in linked vCenter 50,000 30000 30000
Registered virtual machines in linked vCenter 70000 50,000 50,000

 

 

 

Analysis of Changes in VMware vSphere Versions
 
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