Friday, July 16, 2010

vSphere 4.1 has been released

VMware has now released it’s new version vSphere 4.1, there’s a few new features as Storage I/O Control, some other changes in functionality like HA and DRS and changes in the capacity of virtual center, it’s now capable of support a lot more virtual machines and hosts into a single vCenter Server. check what’s new here.

One thing to note is that it’s the last version with the 2 flavors of VMWARE (ESX and ESXi). Vmware has decided to keep just the ESXi in future releases, so if you are not using it already, it’s time to get used with it and started migrating it.
Vmware has a good page about ESXi including how to upgrade from ESX to ESXi. click here

Also Vmware made available a single page with all the KBs about vSphere 4.1 as you might know every new product comes with it’s own new issues, check it out here...

And for you guys, like me : (
That did not start the migration from VMware Infrastructure 3.5 to vSphere 4.x, here's a guide page about how to do that.

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