Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ll know that vSphere 4.1 arrived last week. To be honest, I had presumed we wouldn’t see its appearance until VMworld this year.
Normally by now I would be in overdrive, feverishly squeezing out every little change I could find to blog about. However, unlike my productive blogging comrades I’m extremely busy with a couple of other projects, which is eating up all my spare time. And its going to be like this for a few months.
I’d like to update my vReference Card for vSphere 4.1 as soon as possible, but with the extra workload I probably won’t have the time for a few weeks (don’t worry, I definitely will be doing this – its only a short interlude). Fortunately, as Simon Long discovered, the VCP is going to based on vSphere 4.0 for the foreseeable future so no panics yet.
In the meantime, if you’d like to lend a hand and help get the updated vReference card our the door as soon as possible, I’d love the support. Just leave a note in the comments below, with the section title and the update. Or if its a new feature, try to summarize it in as short and pithy a way as possible.
I let you know about one of my extra curricular projects as soon as I’m comfortable sharing, but trust me its a doozey and one that I hope you agree will benefit the VMware community 🙂
Oh, and for those always looking for some new bit of information, I couldn’t help myself. I haven’t see this 4.1 addition mentioned anywhere else:
Failed Boot Recovery in Boot Options on VM’s settings.