At long last, the vSphere 5.0 vReference Card is ready. Go and grab it over here. This time I’ve split it up into both an A4 version and a separate Letter size one. This should hopefully make the printing experience more consistent regardless of which side of the pond you try.
New with this release is a full page version. This is the same information as the card, but I’ve increased the font to a less eye-ball screamingly small font. This should make it make much more conducive to reading as a study guide, or if you want to bone-up on a particular area.
As ever, the card is a work-in-progress, so let me know if you spot any additions or updates you think are needed and we can improve this resource for everyone.
If you are linking to the card, please give out the page address not the card itself. This helps direct everyone to the latest version.
8 thoughts on “vSphere 5 vReference Card released”
Thank you, for the “full page version” !
Awesome. We all appreciate this.
Excellent.. Thank you.. much anticipated…
Excellent! Many thanks.
Thanks, you rule.
So cool to check out the odd thing here and there; such as, checking out if I can install vSphere in 2003 etc.
Hopefully I will pluck up the courage to take the VCP 5 before the course requirement in Feb.
Great job Forbes! I’ve ben anxiously awaiting the vSphere 5 card.
Keep up the great work,
very nice – but: i need the poster-size 😉