A Universal Platform
VMware's vSphere is the industry's dominant solution for virtualizing infrastructure and building clouds. The platform powers small server racks, corporate data centers and public infrastructure providers, bringing to those diverse environment's VMware's vision for the software-defined data center.
The latest release, vSphere 6.7, continues an evolution of VMware's flagship product into the age of the cloud by introducing several capabilities to better connect and secure heterogenous environments.
With vSphere 6.7, which became generally available this week, the virtualization leader also aims to ease the administration of a wide variety of modern applications, including those built with cloud-native architectures and next-gen workloads like artificial intelligence and edge computing, said Himanshu Singh, group manager for vSphere product marketing, told CRN.
The following are some of the major features introduced in vSphere 6.7.