vCenter Server is the primary point of management for both server virtualization and vSAN storage. A single vCenter instance can scale to enterprise levels, supporting hundreds of VxRail nodes and thousands of VM. VxRail can either use an instance of vCenter that is deployed within the VxRail cluster or use an existing vCenter instance.
vCenter provides a logical hierarchy of datacenters, clusters, and hosts. This hierarchy facilitates segmenting resources by use case or lines of business and allows resources to move dynamically as needed. This is all done from a single intuitive interface.
vCenter Server provides VM and resource services, such as inventory service, task scheduling, statistics logging, alarm, and event management, and VM provisioning and configuration. vCenter Server also provides advanced availability features including: