vSphere Enterprise reachs end of availability this week

by | Jun 28, 2016

VMware announced at the beginning of this year changes in its virtualization portfolio, which will be effective this week. Next Thursday 30th June VMware vSphere Enterprise, VMware vSphere with Operations Management Standard and VMware vSphere with Operations Management Enterprise will reach end of avalability.

This new portfolio of VMware vSphere solutions will only include the following three product:

VMware vSphere Standard.

VMware vSphere Enterprise Plus.

VMware vSphere with Operations Management Enterprise Plus.

The company explained that this simplification is meant to align the lineup of core virtualization offerings to the most common customer use cases.

Existing customers who would like to upgrade their solutions will have access to special discounts and those that choose to continue using the current editions will have support as long as subcriptions are active.

More information: www.blogs.vmware.com



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