After you implement virtualization for your customers it is important to define the priorities for their virtual machines (VMs). If you do not, your customers may find that their critical applications now run slower than before. Setting up resource controls can be a valuable service that VARs can offer their customers. The value can be two-fold: it helps to define customer priorities so that mission-critical VMs get access to the resources they need to run their workloads, and it allows VARs to show their customers the benefits of virtualization.
Here we will learn the resource control features in vSphere and how solutions providers can use them to set up a virtualized infrastructure that works for their customers.