Duncan Epping wrote:
Now start downloading and update those test environments / labs!
jibbajabba wrote: »
Given VMWare's track record I'll wait for 5.5.1 but you can download the GA release now on vmware.com.
Slowhand wrote: »
Hmm, I wonder if I'll be allowed to take the 5.5 exam after finishing up my current 5.1 class, or if I have to take one of those "What's New" classes after passing the 5.1 exam. . . (if there is even a difference, they might just update the existing exam and be done with it.)
QHalo wrote: »
Windows 2012 is supported on 5.0U2.VMware KB: Windows 8 / Windows Server 2012 Operating System does not boot or install on ESXi or ESX
kj0 wrote: »
Also keep in mind that vcenter needs 4Gb as well.
I've currently have my 3 hypervisors + a "Physical" vCenter (nested in Workstation, but not running as a VM in ESXi) = "Physical" DC 9only 2Gb for that one) + Openfiler. I have 16Gb and it's only hit just under 15gb at it's highest point so far. The ESXi VMs don't seem to be doing too much, but Load it up and see how much you can push it by.
blargoe wrote: »
Fortunately I haven't encountered this, but there are active threads about this on VMTN.
So apparently, using Free ESXi, you can update your VMs to version 10. But you can't manage/edit version 10 VMs without vCenter Web Client, which you can't get without buying vSphere...? WTF, VMware...
atorven wrote: »
Seeing as something will always break with every release, at what point do you decide to migrate over?