vReference 4.1 card released

Finally, and somewhat overdue, here is the vReference card updated for vSphere 4.1. At first glance it looks the same, but there was quite a few little additions here and there. Things like:

  • Maximums to 4.1 levels
  • Storage IO Control
  • VM-Host affinity rules
  • Network IO Control
  • Load based teaming
  • ESXi TSM
  • ESXi Lockdown mode
  • Other small updates to device support

Plus a whole lot more less visible updates, along with a number of corrections (thanks everyone).  Anyway, delay no more; grab yourself a copy, print it, and enjoy.

As I’ve said before, I’m pretty busy until mid-November with another great vSphere project, but once that is clear I hope to start work improving and growing the ESXi section some more.  I also want to update my Desktop Card for View v4.5 and ThinApp v4.6; if you’ve not checked it out before and work with either of those two products, download it now.

I also really want to get back to work on my supplemental cards which were getting nearer to completion but are now unfortunalely somewhat out of date.  There are so many new VMware products that have come out in the last 6 to 12 months, that I’d love to explore more deeply and pass on what hidden nuggets of information I discover to the VMware community.

Lastly, I am looking forward to resuming my blogging duties with have fallen by the wayside over the last few months.  I think it is going to be worth it, and I look forward to revealing my secret project soon 🙂

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