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Our Top 5 reasons to upgrade to vSphere 7

With vSphere 7.0, VMware introduced a long list of enhancements. We’ve identified the top 5 that we feel are most relevant to our clients:

1. Expedite security audits with improved account management  

Deliver seamless enterprise and multi-factor authentication with Identity Federation. 

2. Maximize performance and efficiency  

Improved vSphere Dynamic Resource Scheduling (DRS) logic achieves better consolidation, workload placement, and balancing. 

3. Tighten physical infrastructure security  

vSphere Trust Authority provides the building blocks for attestable hardware-based trust and security. 

4. Realize flexibility to run any app on any cloud  

From the data center to the cloud to the edge — track workload migration and federate corporate identities in a single view. 

5. Build a solid HCI for modern applications 

vSAN 7 delivers high-performance and cost-efficient storage for both traditional and cloud-native applications to future-proof infrastructure and reduce cost. 

As with any new release, there is excitement around the idea of having the most up-to-date capabilities offered by the latest version. However, your first best step in any situation is, to begin with, proper planning and preparation. It is also important to understand what complexities and potential risks are involved in your migration.  

Our experts are here to answer your questions and help you develop a personalized roadmap for your migration process.

We're here to help!

If your organization is running vSphere 6.x, you should start planning now to upgrade to vSphere 7 before Oct. 15, 2022. Cerium is here to help. Contact us today to schedule a thorough assessment of your environment so that we can develop a strategic plan that will ensure a smooth transition.

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