This video was live streamed from the Education & Certification Lounge at VMworld 2017.
Lightboard illustration of the vCenter Server High Availability options for each deployment type.
Adam Eckerle (@eck79) and Emad Younis (@emad_younis) covers vCenter’s 6.5 server architecture and platform services. The vCenter high availability architecture uses a three-node cluster to provide availability against multiple types of hardware and software failures. In this video we have a deep dive discussion on the vSphere Sign Sign-On domain components and what role they play. We also cover terminology, decommission, and backup of these components.