VMware updates vSphere, vSAN with more hybrid management features

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With the latest releases of vSphere and vSAN, VMware continues to build up support for customers interested in hybrid cloud options. The updates included in vSphere 6.7, VMware’s hypervisor and virtualization management platform, fall into four categories: enhancing performance, providing new security capabilities, accommodating both traditional and new applications and providing a seamless cloud experience.


In the category of performance, vSphere admins will get a faster experience using the vCenter Server Appliance — twice the performance in vCenter operations per second when compared to vSphere 6.5. Additionally, vSphere 6.7 significantly reduces reboot times. A typical patch or upgrade cycle takes two reboots. vSphere 6.7 takes just one. On top of that, vSphere Quick Boot further reduces the remaining reboot time by skipping hardware initialization steps. This should give IT teams more time to work on applying the latest security patches, said Himanshu Singh, group manager for cloud platform product marketing at VMware.

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