Announcing Mastering VMware vSphere 6
Over the last 10 months, with my contributing authors, Grant Orchard and Josh Atwell, I have been working on an update to the Mastering VMware vSphere series. What does the updated book cover? Well, I tried to stick to the very well received “Scott Lowe Formula” from the previous Mastering vSphere 4 and 5 but at the same time continue to put my own take on things after the vSphere 5.5 revision. Scott has once again graciously written the forward for this book and I think his words summarize it well.
“Mastering VMware vSphere 6 is more than just a new version of a well-respected tome, because Nick has done more than just refresh the material found within these pages. Yes, you’ll find in-depth coverage of new features in vSphere 6; that includes features like long-distance vMotion and cross-vCenter vMotion, a new version of VSAN, and the long-awaited SMP Fault Tolerance that will allow you to use VMware Fault Tolerance with up to 4 virtual CPUs. Yes, you’ll find coverage of NFS 4.1 support, Virtual Volumes, and a new version of Network I/O Control. Of course, there is so much more in vSphere 6 than just what I’ve mentioned here, but you’ll have to read the rest of the book to find out what else is included!” - Scott Lowe
Yesterday VMware announced that vSphere 6.0 will be made available by the end of March and I’d like to advise that Mastering VMware vSphere 6 is available for pre-order today and will be shipping or downloadable within days of the software being made available.comments powered by Disqus