VMware vSphere 6.7 Configuration Maximums Changes

VMware vSphere 6.7 offers increased scalability. You can see a comparison against all previous versions at my ESX and vCenter Configuration Maximums page. Changes in VMware vSphere 6.7 are:

Virtual Machine Maximums

vSphere 6.7vSphere 6.5vSphere 6.0 
NVDIMM controllers1N/AN/A
Non-volatile Memory1 TBN/AN/A
Virtual SCSI targets per virtual SCSI adapter641515
Virtual SCSI targets per Virtual Machine2566464
Virtual RDMA Adapters per Virtual Machine1N/AN/A

ESXi Host Maximums

vSphere 6.7vSphere 6.5vSphere 6.0 
Maximum Non-volatile memory per host1 TBN/AN/A
Logical CPUs per host768576480
Maximum RAM per host16 TB12 TB12 TB
Number of total paths on a server409620481024
LUNs per server1024512256
Volumes per host1024512256

Fault Tolerance Maximums

vSphere 6.7vSphere 6.5vSphere 6.0 
Virtual CPUs per virtual machine844
Virtual Memory per virtual machine128 GB64 GB64 GB

 

vCenter Server Maximums

vSphere 6.7vSphere 6.5vSphere 6.0 
Hosts in linked vCenter Servers500040004000
Powered on virtual machines in linked vCenter500003000030000
Registered virtual machines in linked vCenter700005000050000

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