VMware vCenter Multi-Hypervisor Manager 1.0 released
Posted on 22 November 2012.
VMware vCenter Multi-Hypervisor Manager is a component that enables support for heterogeneous hypervisors in VMware vCenter Server.

It provides the following benefits to your virtual environment:
  • An integrated platform for managing VMware and third-party hypervisors from a single interface.
  • A hypervisor choice for the different business units in your organization to accommodate their specific needs.
  • No single hypervisor vendor lock-in.
When you add a third-party host to vCenter Server, all virtual machines that exist on the host are discovered automatically, and are added to the third-party hosts inventory.

VMware vCenter Multi-Hypervisor Manager supports HTTPS secured communication between the following components:
  • vCenter Server
  • vSphere Client
  • vCenter Multi-Hypervisor Manager server
  • vCenter Multi-Hypervisor Manager client
  • Third-party hosts.
vCenter Multi-Hypervisor Manager 1.0 introduces the following set of basic management capabilities over third-party hosts:
  • Third-party host management including add, remove, connect, disconnect and view the host configuration.
  • Ability to provision virtual machines on third-party hosts.
  • Ability to edit virtual machine settings.
  • Integrated vCenter Server authorization mechanism across ESX and third-party hosts inventories for privileges, roles, and users.
  • Automatic discovery of pre-existing third-party virtual machines
  • Ability to perform power operations with hosts and virtual machines.
  • Ability to connect and disconnect DVD, CD-ROM, and floppy drives and images to install operating systems.


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