vSphere 6.0 Public Beta — Sign Up to Learn What’s New

vSphere 6.0 Public Beta — Sign Up to Learn What’s New

Yesterday, VMware announced the public availability of vSphere 6.0 Beta 2.  I can’t tell you what’s all in it due to the NDA, but you can still register for the beta yourself, read about what’s new and download the code for your home lab.

There’s some pretty exciting stuff being added to vSphere 6.0 in quite a few areas.  One of these new areas is vVols — a new abstraction for volumes that enables tighter integration with storage arrays through the VASA API. You can read more about vVols in vSphere 6.0 on Rawlinson’s post.

One more thing — after you sign up for the beta you will be able to attend the following two webinars on the vSphere 6.0 beta

  • Introduction / Overview – Tuesday, July 8, 2014
  • Installation & Upgrade – Thursday, July 10, 2014

Needless to say there’s some pretty awesome stuff in the 6.0 Beta.  Start your download engines!

https://communities.vmware.com/community/vmtn/vsphere-beta

 

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