This lab aims to guide you in migrating a VM from one Compute Resource (ESXi Host) to another Compute Resource (ESXi Host).
- Access of vCenter through vSphere Web Client
- Basic understanding of vCenter Inventory
- Minimum Two ESXi Servers in the vCenter
- Should know why migration is required
- Knowledge of vSphere vMotion and Storage vMotion
- Pre-configured vMotion Network
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After completing this lab, you will be able:
- Understand the need for migration
- Able to Configure vSphere vMotion
- Migrate VM from one ESXi host to another host
- Verify the Migration and Review
Step-by-Step Lab Guide
- Open vCenter using vSphere Client. Open vCenter Inventory & Click on VM & Templates. We take Ubuntu Server and migrate it from the sa-ESXi-01 host to the sa-ESXi-02 host for our demonstration.
- Right-Click on Ubuntu Server and click on – Migrate.
- Select – Change Computer Resource only to change host.
- Select sa-ESXi-02 host as a destination.
- Keep the VM network as default and click on NEXT.
- Review all the details and click FINISH.
- Now you can see Ubuntu Server VM is migrated to the sa-ESXi-02 host from sa-ESXi-02.
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WRITTEN BY Rahulkumar Shrimali