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At the end of July VMware has released vSphere Update 1. In fact, this is the first their update for vSphere 6.5, VMware’s major product. There are also other updates apart from the mentioned one. VMware Site Recovery Manager has been updated to the 6.5.1 version and VMware vSAN has been updated to 6.6.1. This news will be highlighted in further to prevent you from being overwhelmed by the massive lists of the Release Notes.
Importantly, it is the last release that supports IBM DVS 5000v, HPE 5900v, and Cisco Nexus 1000v virtual distributed switches. The next release will not support them; hence, it is worthy to get used to the VMware vDS.
vSphere Update Manager can be used to update vSAN 6.6.1 clusters. This, actually, is the most important new feature of the vSAN. Learn more details from the video:
Other remarkable innovations:
The most important updates of several components of the VMware virtual infrastructure are mentioned above. Yet, there are also some minor updates. More information can be found via the links below:
Here, actually, is everything worthy to be updated before the upcoming VMworld 2017.
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