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VMware vSphere Version Comparison

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VMware vSphere is the Product name for VMware’s suite of virtualization products.  VMware vSphere was known as VMware Infrastructure.

VMware vSphere leverages the power of virtualization to transform datacenters into simplified cloud computing infrastructures and enables IT organizations to deliver flexible and reliable IT services VMware vSphere virtualizes and aggregates the underlying physical hardware resources across multiple system and provides pools off virtual resources to the datacenter.

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VMware vSphere Version Comparison
vSphere 4.0 vSphere 4.1 vSphere 5.0 vSphere 5.1 vSphere 5.5 vSphere 6.0 vSphere 6.5
Hypervisor ESX & ESXi ESX & ESXi ESXi ESXi ESXi ESXi ESXi
VM HW Version 7 7 8 9 10 11 13
CPUs per host 64 160 160 160 320 480 576
RAM per host 1 TB 1 TB 2  TB 2  TB 4 TB 12 TB 12 TB
vCPU per VM 8 8 32 64 64 128 128
vMEM per VM 255 GB 255 GB 1 TB 1 TB 1 TB 4 TB 6 TB
VMDK Size 2TB 2TB 2TB 2TB 62 TB 62 TB 62 TB
Cluster Size 32 Nodes 32 Nodes 32 Nodes 32 Nodes 32 Nodes 64 Nodes 64 Nodes
FT Max vCPU 1 vCPU 1 vCPU 1 vCPU 1 vCPU 1 vCPU 4 vCPU 4 vCPU
VSAN N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A VSAN 5.5 VSAN 6.0
VMFS Version 3.33 3.46 5.54 5.58 5.60 5.61 6.81
Virtual Volumes (Vvols) N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Available with vSphere 6.0 Available with vSphere 6.5
vCenter Single Sign-on N/A N/A N/A Introduced with 5.1 SSO with Improved Architecture SSO include part of Platform Services Controller SSO include part of Platform Services Controller
GUI

Management

C# Client C# Client C# Client
Web Client
C# Client
Web Client
C# Client
Web Client
C# Client
Web Client
Web Client
HTML5 Client
Backup Strategy VMware Data Recovery (VDR) VMware Data Recovery (VDR) VMware Data Recovery (VDR) vSphere Data Protection (VDP) vSphere Data Protection (VDP) vSphere Data Protection (VDP) vSphere Data Protection (VDP)
vCenter Type Windows Windows Windows
Linux (vCSA)
Windows
Linux (vCSA)
Windows
Linux (vCSA)
Windows
Linux (vCSA)
Windows
Linux (vCSA)
vCSA Scale (vPostgres) N/A N/A 5 Hosts
50 VMs
5 Hosts
50 VMs
100 Hosts
3000 VMs
1000 Hosts
10000 VMs
2000 Hosts
25000 VMs
HA Agent Automatic Availability Manager Automatic Availability Manager Fault Domain Manager Fault Domain Manager Fault Domain Manager Fault Domain Manager Fault Domain Manager
vMotion Support – Boundary: Datacenter
– Shared Storage required
– max. 5ms RTT
– Boundary: Datacenter
– Shared Storage required
– max. 5ms RTT
– Boundary: Datacenter
– Shared Storage required
– max. 10ms RTT
– Boundary: Datacenter
– max. 10ms RTT
– Boundary: Datacenter
– max. 10ms RTT
– vMotion across vCenters
– vMotion across vSwitches
– max. 100ms RTT
– vMotion across vCenters
– vMotion across vSwitches
– max. 100ms RTT
VAAI Primitives N/A – Atomic Test & Set
– Cloning Blocks
– Zeroing File Blocks
– Atomic Test & Set
– Cloning Blocks
– Zeroing File Blocks
– UNMAP
– Quota Exceeded Behavior
– TP LUN Reporting
– NFS Full File Clone
– NFS Space Reservation
– NFS Extended Stat
– NFS Space Reclaim
– NFS Fast File Clone
– Atomic Test & Set
– Cloning Blocks
– Zeroing File Blocks
– UNMAP
– Quota Exceeded Behavior
– TP LUN Reporting
– NFS Full File Clone
– NFS Space Reservation
– NFS Extended Stat
– NFS Space Reclaim
– NFS Fast File Clone
– Atomic Test & Set
– Cloning Blocks
– Zeroing File Blocks
– UNMAP
– Quota Exceeded Behavior
– TP LUN Reporting
– NFS Full File Clone
– NFS Space Reservation
– NFS Extended Stat
– NFS Space Reclaim
– NFS Fast File Clone
– Atomic Test & Set
– Cloning Blocks
– Zeroing File Blocks
– UNMAP
– Quota Exceeded Behavior
– TP LUN Reporting
– NFS Full File Clone
– NFS Space Reservation
– NFS Extended Stat
– NFS Space Reclaim
– NFS Fast File Clone
– Atomic Test & Set
– Cloning Blocks
– Zeroing File Blocks
– UNMAP
– Quota Exceeded Behavior
– TP LUN Reporting
– NFS Full File Clone
– NFS Space Reservation
– NFS Extended Stat
– NFS Space Reclaim
– NFS Fast File Clone

 

VMware vSphere New Feature

  vSphere 4.0 vSphere 4.1 vSphere 5.0 vSphere 5.1 vSphere 5.5 vSphere 6.0

vSphere 6.5

Hypervisor

ESX & ESXi ESX & ESXi ESXi ESXi ESXi ESXi

ESXi

New Features – Distributed Switch

– Fault tolerance

– Enhanced vMotion

– VMDirectPath

– Distributed Power

– VMXNET3

– Hot Add VM CPU/Memory

– Compatibility
Management

– Storage vMotion
– Linked Mode

– Host Profiles

– Update Manager

– Network I/O Control

– Array Integration

– DRS Host Affinity

– Storage I/O Control

– Scripted Installation

– Memory Compression

– Boot from SAN

– ESXi Firewall

– vCenter Server Appliance

– vSphere Web Client

– Profile driven storage

– Auto Deploy

– Storage DRS

– vSphere Storage Appliance

– Single-root I/O Virtualization

– vSphere Replication

– vSphere Data Protection

– vShield Endpoint

– Sparse Virtual Disks

– Enhanced vMotion

– Single Sign-On

– Reliable Memory Technology

– vSphere Big Data Extensions

– vCenter Single Sign-On 2.0

– vSphere App HA

– 40GBps NIC Support

– vSphere Flash Read Cache

– Virtual SAN

– Certificate Authority (VMCA)

– Platform Services Controller

– vMotion across vSwitches
– Cross vCenter

– Virtual Volumes
vMotion

– Native Linked Mode

– Content Library

– Audit Logging

– Encrypted vMotion

– Proactive HA

– vCenter Backup and Restore

– Virtual Machine Encryption

– HA Orchestrated Restart

– REST API

– vCenter Server High Availability

– Automated UNMAP

– vCenter Migration

– vSphere Integrated Containers

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