What function does VMware Enhanced VMotion Compatibility provide?

What function does VMware Enhanced VMotion Compatibility provide?

A.
The ability to VMotion virtual machines between ESX?ESXi hosts containing CPUs with a common supported baseline

B.
The ability to VMotion virtual machines between ESX?ESXi hosts with Intel and AMD processors

C.
The ability to VMotion virtual machines between ESX?ESXi hosts with different core counts

D.
The ability to VMotion virtual machines between ESX?ESXi hosts containing CPUs with hardware virtualization and CPUs without this support

Explanation:
VMware VMotion and CPU Compatibility
VMware Enhanced VMotion Compatibility (EVC) facilitates VMotion between different CPU generations. When enabled for a cluster, EVC ensures that all CPUs within the cluster are VMotion compatible.

One Comment on “What function does VMware Enhanced VMotion Compatibility provide?

  1. Anitha says:

    Correct

    About Enhanced vMotion Compatibility
    Configure EVC from the cluster settings dialog box. When you configure EVC, you configure all host processors in the cluster to present the feature set of a baseline processor. This baseline feature set is called the EVC mode. EVC leverages AMD-V Extended Migration technology (for AMD hosts) and Intel FlexMigration technology (for Intel hosts) to mask processor features so that hosts can present the feature set of an earlier generation of processors. The EVC mode must be equivalent to, or a subset of, the feature set of the host with the smallest feature set in the cluster.


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