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Vcenter vs VCSA - VMware 6

Post by larry » May 01, 2015 8:24 pm

Mainly with regards to Veeam. When upgrading to VMware 6.0 does it matter if I use Vcenter vs VCSA. I have 6 esxi host and have HP p4000 SAN and am getting some Netapp FAS2552 boxes. I am leaning towards the VCSA because our SQL express data base fills up when doing lots of replications or storing statics. If you have a strong option for a reasons besides Veeam go ahead and post . I am using Veeam 8.

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Re: Vcenter vs VCSA - VMware 6

Post by Gostev » May 01, 2015 11:02 pm

Hi, Larry. B&R 8.0 Update 2 has been tested with both, so from Veeam perspective, there is no difference. Thanks!

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Re: Vcenter vs VCSA - VMware 6

Post by NightBird » May 02, 2015 6:57 am 1 person likes this post

Hello,

Don't Forget that under vcenter 6.0 the sql express database is converted to vPostgresql one
So vcenter or vcsa the 10GB limit is past ;)
According to vsphere6 configuration maximums the Windows vpostgres embedeed database scale up to 20 hosts or 200 VMs

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