VMware vNetwork Distributied Switch (vDS).
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The VMware vNetwork Distributed Switch (vDS) is the new virtual switch (vSwitch) with vSphere 4 that extends the set of features of the VMware vNetwork Standard Switch (vSS). The VMware vSS is the base-level virtual networking alternative that extends the capabilities, configuration and appearance of the standard vSwitch in VMware ESX 3.5 to ESX 4.0 and vSphere 4.
VMware vDS is a set of per-host virtual switches that are represented and controlled as a single distributed switch via vCenter Server at the Datacenter level. vDS enables the centralized provisioning, management and monitoring.
VMware vDS helps and facilitates the work of administrators with virtual networks.
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Example 1. VMware vNetwork Distributied Switch (vDS).
This example was created in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM using the Computer and Networks Area of ConceptDraw Solution Park and shows the VMware vDS network diagram.
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