VMware ESXi: Planning, Implementation, and Security Paperback – 8 Nov 2010
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Dave Mishchenko has been in the IT industry for 13 years and is currently a technical consultant with ProServeIT Corporation, a top-rated professional technology services company. He provides consulting services to ProServeIT’s customers and focuses on network infrastructure and security, thin client computing, database tuning, server hardware, and virtualization. Dave is actively involved in the VMware Community forums, where he is a user moderator and in particular focuses on VMware ESXi. Dave was awarded the vExpert status by VMware in 2009 and 2010. He is a coauthor of vSphere 4.0 Quick Start Guide: Shortcuts Down the Path of Virtualization.
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I would reccomend this for someone who is new to ESXI such as myself (if you have time to read it, its quite beefy)
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This book is definitely for the little guy as well. If you're wondering which book to start with to get going with ESXi 4.1 (or VMWare virtualization period), this is it.
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