Create a New Virtual Machine. Before explaining in further articles about the virtual machine, let’s have some quick steps how we create a new Virtual Machine in vSphere 6.5. Usually, we call it a VM or Guest Machine.
But still, for beginners, it can be usefull. And also there are few changes while creating VM that VMware made in vSphere 6.5 that I would like to highlight here. Options, like Task Scheduler for VM Deployment.
Create a Virtual Machine in your vSphere Environment.
- Create a Virtual Machine
Go to Login VSphere Client
- Right Click On Host Name or IP address and Click New Virtual Machine or Press Ctrl+N to Create New Virtual Machine
Select the Configuration mode
Create a New Virtual Machine with the most common devices and configuration options.
Create a Virtual Machine with additional devices or specific option.
You can select the Typical Mode and then click the Next Button, for default Mode.
Type the name of Virtual Machine
Virtual Machine (VM) names may contain up to 80 characters and they must be unique within each vCenter Server VM folder
VM Folders are not viewable when connected directly to a host. To view VM folders any specify a location for this VM, connect to the Vcenter Server.
Select a destination storage for the virtual machine files, where do you need to store the Virtual Machine(VM)
Select the guest operation system, then select the os version with you need install, these are not a Operation System ISO file, these are only for configuration setting.
Select How many NICs do you need to connect, with you virtual Machine and then configure all NIC. also power on the NICs
Select the Virtual Desk size and prevision policy
Click Finish, Succesful created VM, also display the detail about Virtual Machine, which you created.
Done, if you run Windows Server 2016 Virtual Machine click power on the Virtual Machine or Click the Play button on the toolbar.
if you need to see Virtual Machine Summary detail. Click on any Virtual Machine which you need to edit and change.
also you can view the Virtual Machine Resouce Allocation or etc.