VMware announces vCenter Heartbeat End of Availability

VMware has announced the the End of Availability of the vCenter Heartbeat product as on June 2, 2014.Don’t worry though if you’re using it today; the current iteration will be supported through late 2018.

What does that mean? Are we getting away from protecting vCenter? Not by a long shot. We have big plans in this space. vCenter has become a very critical component of the infrastructure and we’re looking at lots of different means by which you can protect it.

What can you do first? Make sure you’re running it in a virtual machine! That gives you all the proactive benefits of downtime avoidance with DRS and Storage DRS, and the reactive benefits of automated restart with HA clusters.

As always make sure you have reliable backups (and test your restores!) of vCenter and its database.

More information on the announcement can be found here

Source : VMware

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