Mar 14 2015 Back in 2013 I did a post comparing number of days between major vSphere releases that highlighted VMware’s fast pace of delivering new vSphere versions. That fast pace has now slowed down considerably with vSphere 6.0 as VMware wasn’t able to keep up with the zippy one year cycle they had fallen into. Now with the release of vSphere 6.0 we’re back to around the same numbers of days that it was at years ago with VI3. One of the reasons for the delay was most likely due to the engineering of the new Virtual Volumes (VVOLs) storage architecture which took considerable time and effort to complete. Whether that will continue or not as yet to be seen, the next release of vSphere may not be as big as this one was. VMware now has many of their new architectural changes in place so they may speed up again based on the development efforts required for the next vSphere release. ESX/ESXi versionRelease DateDays from prior release … [Read more...] about vSphere release cycle bounces back to the old VI3 days
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Dec 14, 2018 Author: Caroline Arakelian Caroline Arakelian is a senior technical marketing manager for End-User-Computing Technical Marketing at VMware. Share This Post On GoogleFacebookTwitterLinkedIn VMware Horizon 7 version 7.7 and VMware Horizon Client 4.10 are now available! Because there are so many new features and enhancements, we’ve grouped them according to the benefits that enterprises find most valuable. Even so, we couldn’t fit them all in. (Several sets of release notes are required for the complete list.) Compatibility Updates and New OS Support Windows Server 2019 is supported for desktop and RDSH server VMs. VMware vSphere 6.7 U1 and VMware vSAN 6.7 Update 1 are supported. Horizon 7 on VMware Cloud on AWS (SDDC Version 1.5) is supported and includes new features. Upgrades can now be performed on the Horizon 7 Cloud Connector virtual appliance. This appliance is used for integrating the Horizon Cloud Service with Horizon 7 … [Read more...] about What’s New with VMware Horizon 7 Version 7.7
Sep 25, 2018 Author: Robert Terakedis Robert is a solutions architect for VMware End-User Computing (EUC). Share This Post On GoogleFacebookTwitterLinkedIn Apple has revealed new iPhones and a new Apple Watch, and has announced the release dates for iOS 12, tvOS 12, and macOS Mojave. The recent VMware Workspace ONE UEM powered by AirWatch technology 9.7 release supports several newly announced features. For a list of the newly supported features and where to find them within the Workspace ONE UEM 9.7 console, see VMware Workspace ONE Support for Apple Fall Release – iOS 12, macOS Mojave, and tvOS 12. Related:WWDC 2018: Keynote Highlights for iOS, macOS, and tvOS[Deep Dive] Unified Endpoint Management in VMware…Introducing the New Intelligence-Driven Digital Workspace[Deep Dive] The Latest VMware Workspace ONE FeaturesVMware EUC All-Stars at VMworld 2018What’s New in VMware Horizon 7.3.1 & Horizon Client 4.6[Deep Dive] App Access & … [Read more...] about VMware Workspace ONE Support for Apple Fall Releases of iOS, macOS, and tvOS
It has arrived, and we are officially in a new era with vRealize Operations 7.0 which brings advancements in Self-Driving Operations to VMware customers running private, public and hybrid cloud environments. The party was just getting started when we improved the capacity engine in the 6.7 release. In 7.0, you can now put your self-driving into… well, overdrive! In this blog post I will give you a technical overview of new and improved features in vRealize Operations 7.0. Other blogs will follow with deep detail on each of these, so keep checking back to this blog space. Overall, there has been a lot of work done in the following areas: Workload Optimization has new host-based placement, fully automated mode, a historical view, integration with vRealize Automation and more. Capacity improvements include new What-If scenarios for physical infrastructure planning and cloud migration. Also added is the ability to include application costs in your cost … [Read more...] about This Baby is Loaded! What’s New with vRealize Operations 7.0 Technical Overview
Up to now, VMware certification names have aligned to major product releases (for example, VCP6.5-DCV is mapped to vSphere 6.5). This has introduced some challenges as VMware product versions have become more disparate. For example: Different product versions create inconsistencies across tracks. Example: What do we name a certification that may be based on NSX-T 2.x? Varying release dates of certifications based on product versions makes it harder to plan when to certify. Example: When will the next version be available, and on what product version? To help resolve these inconsistencies and make it easier to identify the most recent certification version, the VMware certification program is making some changes. Moving forward, we will identify new certifications by the year they are earned. This will make it easier for both certification holders and potential employers to immediately identify how current a certification is. For example: Instead of: VMware Certified … [Read more...] about We are changing the way we name VMware certifications. The Year Makes It Clear.