VMware is proud to announce General Availability of VMware Cloud Foundation 4.0.1 providing important enhancements and features to the full stack HCI solution. Within VMware Cloud Foundation 4.0.1, the following new enhancements are now available:
- NSX-T cluster-level upgrade support: Users can upgrade specific host clusters within a workload domain so that the upgrade can fit into their maintenance windows.
- Multi-pNIC/multi-vDS during bring-up: The deployment parameter workbook now provides three vSphere Distributed Switch (vDS) profiles that allow you to perform bring-up of hosts with two or four physical NICs (pNICs) and to create up to two vSphere Distributed Switches for isolating VMkernel traffic.
- Kubernetes in the management domain: vSphere with Kubernetes is now supported in the management domain. With VMware Cloud Foundation Workload Management, you can deploy vSphere with Kubernetes on the management domain default cluster with only 4 hosts.
- BOM Updates: Updated Bill of Materials with new product versions.
VMware Cloud Foundation 4.0.1 Bill of Materials
- Cloud Builder 4.0.1
- SDDC Manager 4.0.1
- ESXi 7.0b
- vCenter Server Appliance 7.0b
- vSAN 7.0b
- NSX-T Data Center 3.0.1
- WorkSpace One Access 3.3.2
- vRealize Automation 8.1 Patch 1
- vRealize Log Insight 8.1.1
- vRealize Operations Manager 8.1
- vRealize Lifecycle Manager 8.1 Patch 1/Support Pack1
To learn more about VMware Cloud Foundation 4, visit the VMware Cloud Foundation page or the VCF Resource center. You can also follow VMware Cloud Foundation on Twitter and LinkedIn. For additional information on the latest release of VMware Cloud Foundation, read the VMware Cloud Foundation 4.0.1 Release Notes
You can also read though the VMware Cloud Foundation 4.0 GA and the 4-part series on VMware Cloud Foundation with Kubernetes.