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paul_harrington
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SHR and SHO

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What does SHO optimize? System resources? Workloads? network? storage?

Can you please explain?

 

 

 

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Vivek_1
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SHO optimizes the physical infrastructure (VM Hosts) based on CPU and Memory utilizations of VMs and its host. Storage and network based optimization is not supported yet.

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paul_harrington
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Is it only VM hosts or even physical hosts - ie workload/application consolidation in case of physical hosts?

Which virtualization technologies does SHO support?

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Vivek_1
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SHO mainly supports virtual infrastructure management.

SHO treats physical host as a workload and optimizes. In the resulting placement suggestion given by SHO, physical hosts are shown as virtual machines. i.e. SHO suggests physical hosts to be recreated as virtual machines.

SHO supports VMware and HyperV virtualization technologies.

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In a VMWare environment, can SHO collect data from multiple VCs and optimize?
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Vivek_1
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SHO uses SHR as its data provider. SHR collects data from multiple VCs.

So SHO can work on data from multiple VCs.

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More Details on SHO is available in following SHO Datasheet

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