It’s that time of year again!
The biggest sale of the year this time around offers up to 30% discount on your favorite Desktop Hypervisor products: VMware Fusion Pro and VMware Fusion Player!
Upgrades have never been cheaper, with 20% discount on top of the already reduced 2020 pricing!
Upgrade from Fusion 10 or Fusion 11 ‘standard’ to Fusion 12 Player (commercial license) for only $63! (USD)
Or upgrade your copy of Fusion 10 Pro or Fusion 11 Pro to the ultimate: Fusion 12 Pro for only $80! (USD)
Black Friday Sale discounts expire on 11/29/2020 @20:59 (Pacific Time). Valid on select products. Discounts as marked for each country. Screenshot is from the US Store
Why Fusion 12?
So many features!
- macOS Big Sur Support!
- Build and run Containers and Kubernetes clusters out-of-the-box with
- DirectX 11 and OpenGL 4.1 3D Acceleration with eGPU support for incredible graphics
- Latest Windows 10 20H2 Guest Support, as well as popular Linux distributions like Ubuntu 20.10
- Monster VMs with 128GB of RAM and up to 32 vCPUs
- Performance improvements, bug fixes and more!
- Free Personal Use license for VMware Fusion 12 Player
Sale ends on Sunday Nov 29, so hurry before it’s too late!
Hot off the heels of macOS 11 Big Sur’s public release, today we’ve shipped an update to Fusion which addresses some compatibility issues, bring performance improvements, and even introduces some new features.
For starters, we’ve enabled Nested / VT-X support for Macs that don’t have ‘VMCS Shadowing’ hardware features. Users can once again deploy ESXi or Windows with VBS or Hyper-V (WSL) enabled, as well as other nested Hypervisors like VMware Workstation for Linux.
ESXi performs best because it’s designed to run great as a VM
We’ve also brought support for Windows 10 20H2, Ubuntu 20.10, RHEL 8.3 and Fedora 33
There’s a new feature: Fusion health check
– When Fusion is running on macOS 10.15, the ‘Pipe Broken’ / ‘cannot connect to /dev/vmmon’ issue can be easily fixed with a click.
We’ve also included the docker-machine-driver-vmware directly, so users no longer need to install it separately to get things like Minikube up and running. Just install Minikube as you normally would (‘brew install minikube’) and start it with ‘minikube start –vm-driver=vmware‘ (this can also be set as a global variable with ‘minikube config set driver vmware‘
And last but not least, we’ve updated ‘vctl kind’ to now support KIND version 0.9.0
Thanks for all the feedback leading up to this release!
We hope you enjoy!
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