VMworld 2018: What's New with vSphere 6.7?
VMware's server virtualization offerings are at the core of its legacy. That's why when vSphere, long seen as a flagship product of VMware, received an update earlier this year, it sparked excitement and enthusiasm among IT professionals. Included in the vSphere 6.7 update are enhancements to the graphical user interface, stronger security options and much more. We spoke with IT experts at VMworld 2018 in Las Vegas to get their take on the enhancements to vSphere 6.7 and to learn how they plan to take advantage of the benefits the latest release has to offer.
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- Mike Adams, Senior Director, CPBU, VMware
- Steve Moran, Director, IT Systems and Security, Camping World
- Aaron Reiss, Infrastructure Engineer, Boys Town
- The new release aspires to offer IT workers better security, performance and usability.
- Managing an upgrade to vSphere 6.7 can be complex, and some organizations can benefit from professional services to make it happen in a timely manner.
- In September, general support for vSphere 5.5 is ending, which likely will cause more people to look at vSphere 6.7 as an option.