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    Installing new VM’s for Servers

    by bobjosullivan ·

    We currently have a ESXI Client Ver 1.25.0 Build # 7872652, Esxi Ver# 6.7.0 & Exsi Build #; 8169922.

    I’m charged with upgrading this system to a new Engineering modeling program called: Creo/WindChill. Windchill will be the M/S SQL DB hosting all the data and Creo will be the interface. Are there any good VM tools out there that will allow me to decided how to spec this out? I keep receiving conflicting ideas on how to proceed. Thanks, in advance for any assistance.

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      Time to talk to

      by rproffitt ·

      In reply to Installing new VM’s for Servers

      VMware and Creo/Windchill. I see the ESXI Client is woefully out of date so there’s that.

      Back to those makers to see what they support.

      In other words, move to versions the makers support.

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      by mrgammer ·

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      Creo/Windchill is a powerful engineering modeling program (which I just use for one of my system to start my project on uk49s prediction (link removed by moderator ) that requires a robust virtualization environment to run efficiently. There are several VM tools available that can help you decide how to spec out your system. Here are some of the best VM tools for Creo/Windchill:

      PTC Creo PLM: PTC Creo PLM is a powerful virtualization tool that is specifically designed for Creo and Windchill. It provides a comprehensive set of features that can help you optimize your virtual environment for maximum performance.

      VMware vSphere: VMware vSphere is a popular virtualization tool that can be used to run Creo and Windchill. It provides a wide range of features, including high availability, fault tolerance, and disaster recovery.

      Microsoft Hyper-V: Microsoft Hyper-V is another popular virtualization tool that can be used to run Creo and Windchill. It provides a wide range of features, including live migration, storage migration, and network virtualization.

      Oracle VM VirtualBox: Oracle VM VirtualBox is a free and open-source virtualization tool that can be used to run Creo and Windchill. It provides a wide range of features, including support for multiple guest operating systems, hardware virtualization, and USB device support.

      Citrix Hypervisor: Citrix Hypervisor is a powerful virtualization tool that can be used to run Creo and Windchill. It provides a wide range of features, including high availability, live migration, and disaster recovery.

      When choosing a VM tool for Creo/Windchill, it’s important to consider factors such as performance, scalability, and cost. You may want to consult with an IT professional who has experience with virtualization to help you make the best decision for your specific needs.

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