Depending on the usage of your virtual machines, you can adjust the resources accordingly by using Workspaces' built-in VM editing tools. This way you can configure vCPU cores and vRAM resources so that your environment keeps running smoothly.
You can configure three types of resources for every VM in your environment:
- Number of vCPU cores: the number of CPU cores that your VM can use directly impacts the performance of your applications, especially when using multi-threaded software.
- vRAM amount (GB): more RAM equals better multi-tasking and smoother application performance.
- Storage (GB): you can add virtual drives to your VMs, which you can later use as network storage.
Configuring vCPU cores and vRAM
Follow the steps below to configure the vCPU cores and vRAM amount.
- Log in to your Neverfail Workspaces account.
- Go to Virtual Machines.
- Click the VM that you want to configure. You can use the filters to narrow down the results.
- Click Edit Virtual Machine.
- Enter the new vCPU cores and vRAM amounts that you want the VM to use.
- Click Save.