What do you like most about vCenter Configuration Manager?
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This is the best solution for management for the server administrator. VMware has been on the market for many years, so they have a lot of solutions. For on-premises, VMware is the best available solution.
The clustering part and the load balancing part are most valuable.
There are a lot of useful features, such as DRS, ease of use, and many configuration options.
The most valuable features of this solution are the ability to manage all of our environments allowing us to have better functionality and high availability.
vCenter has some good user experience, and the initial setup is straightforward.
vCenter Configuration Manager is pretty simple.
I appreciate it because it's very easy to set up and configure new disks and servers.
It has many valuable features that serve many purposes.
My experience working with this solution has been good and I recommend it.
The online configuration, especially in the latest version, is very good.
The solution is excellent at automating processes.
Beneficial patch management and template features.
The solution is stable and we haven't run into issues with bugs or glitches.
The solution is very easy to manage.
The feature that I have found most valuable is the virtual machine management across different hosts, located in different areas.
This solution supports multiple platforms in a single solution.
The most valuable features that VMware's vCenter Configuration Manager have, when compared with other solutions, are their disaster recovery and business connectivity capabilities.
It is a stable solution.
There are a lot of features, but I've found vMotion and VRS most valuable.
The interface is very user-friendly and the solution is simple to use.
The most valuable feature is the ability to see which virtual machines need more resources or are over-committed.
It's a very nice solution for our needs.
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