Lesson 2 Part 1 – Configuring High Availability in a Cluster

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Configuring High Availability in a Cluster This lesson focuses on configuring high availability in a cluster. A cluster is a collection of hosts and VMs in which high availability and distributed resource schedulers (DRS) can be enabled. DRS allows you to determine to best placement for VMs based on the available resources of hosts in the cluster. It also allows for load balancing and power management.
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