What does this vSphere abbreviation mean?

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I would like to manage CPU storage and networking using VMware vSphere and I keep on encountering this user# and VM# abbreviations.  What does this vSphere abbreviation mean?  I'm on a Windows 7 64 bit system.  Thanks.

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What does this vSphere abbreviation mean?

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VMware was introduced with vSphere and VDP is a recovery and backup solution. VDP has the capability of 8TB of de-duplicated backup data. It has a great dynamic capacity growth. You can easily manage CPU storage and networking using VDM. It provides you more valuable backup options that enables you more creative and advance. This was upgraded from VDP to VDPA and has growth in capacity and backup requirements.

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What does this vSphere abbreviation mean?

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Hi Sean,

Vshare is using VMware technology that is using cloud computing for data center and enterprise Virtualization.

Its basically an online file repository, that supports up to 1 TB of RAM.

VSphere also monitors the VMware status like tolerance, overhead and integration.

It can set limits and share resource controls among CPUs.

If you want to know more click here.

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