VMware vSphere 6.7 Update 3 Announced

Posted by Paul Braren on Aug 20 2019 (updated on Aug 21 2019) in
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  • This vSphere update was officially announced one week ago:

    • Announcing vSphere 6.7 Update 3
      Aug 13 2019 by Niels Hagoort at VMware vSphere Blog

      We are excited to announce the future release of VMware vSphere 6.7 Update 3. This new vSphere release comes with enhancements that will continue to deliver on our goal of providing a highly performant, efficient and more secure hybrid cloud platform to our partners and customers. Next to various enhancements and driver updates, we again will include new features into this release for simplified operations and increased performance.

    You'll really want to read the above article in total, as there are signficant changes in this update, including changes to vSAN, see Jase McCarty's vSAN 6.7 Update 3 – What’s New and Jeff Hunter's VMware vSAN 6.7 U3 is Generally Available.


    I'm very interested in the ability to change VCSA's name, and DDNS support. Both area huge boon for home labs, and long awaited!

    Stay tune for more about AMD EPYC support as well, Intel has some very real competition here!

    I'm in the middle of testing these bit in my home lab Bundle as soon as I can, they became GA (Generally Available) on August 20 2019.

    I've already updated my popular article with the ESXCLI way of updating to 6.7U3:

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