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About VMware ESXi
ESXi is a hypervisor at the core of the vSphere product suite. It is a Type 1 hypervisor, also called bare metal hypervisor that runs on the hardware of a host server without an operating system.
What are ESXi servers?
We provide VMware ESXI Certified Supermicro Servers that provide peace-of-mind in virtualising a wide range of resource-intensive applications.
How is ESXi licensed?
ESXi hosts are licensed with vSphere licenses. This also means that the hosting capacity is determined by physical CPUs on the host and the number of cores in each physical CPU.
What does ESXi stand for?
ESXI stands for ‘Elastic Sky X integrated’ by VMware as a platform for enterprise server virtualization.
How does ESXi work?
ESXi works by providing a virtualization layer that integrates resources
such as CPU, storage, memory and networking of a physical host into multiple
In addition, the hypervisor used by VMware ESXi is referred to as vmkernel. This receives the requests form virtual machines for resources and then presents the requests to physical hardware.
ESXI provides many benefits for both better business outcomes and IT savings