ESXi host maximums represents the maximums for compute, memory, storage, networking maximums, and cluster and resource pool. Compute MaximumsThe ESXi host compute maximums represents the limits for host CPU, virtual machine, and fault tolerance. Memory MaximumsThe ESXi host maximums represents the limits for ESXi host memory. Storage MaximumsThe ESXi host storage maximums represents the limits for virtual disks, iSCSI physical, NAS, Fibre Channel, FCoE, Common VMFS, VMFS5, and VMFS6. Networking MaximumsNetworking maximums represent achievable maximum configuration limits in networking environments where no other more restrictive limits apply (for example, vCenter Server limits, the limits imposed by features such as HA or DRS, and other configurations that might impose restrictions must be considered when deploying large scale systems). Cluster and Resource Pool MaximumsThe ESXi host cluster and resource pool maximums represent limits for cluster and resource pool. ESXi Graphics MaximumsThe ESXi graphics maximums represents the limits for ESXi graphics memory. Using Maximum Values for More than One Configuration OptionIf any one of the configuration options listed in the above tables is used at its maximum limit value, the ESXi host and vCenter Server with default configuration should be able to withstand the values.