joey.dijulio wrote:So... Should we read that to mean, you expect 2 to 3 months to be an "optimistic" timeline? Saying that's been the norm, but then "side noting" that this is "certainly been the most complex release in the history of vSphere release for us to support" kind of makes it sound like you expect this to be a while.
Gostev wrote:We will estimate and communicate final support timelines once we deploy the RTM build of vSphere 6 in our lab, and evaluate the amount of changes since the latest vSphere beta code.
Gostev wrote:Not necessarily, as we have been working with VMware to deliver full support for vSphere 6 since the first vSphere 6 Technology Preview build, and we do have the code that works with RC. However, VMware has a history of implementing significant changes between RC and RTM, which once required us to rewrite the entire engine component - and when something like this happens, we can no longer rush the release due to long reliability stress testing being required.
SKiNNiEH wrote:What about VMware vCenter 6, but VMware vSphere 5.5 hosts?
bbaydar wrote:I hate to do this but there doesn't seem to be any way to subscribe to the thread without posting.
mysidia wrote:And Support for VVOL feature won't be allowed to delay basic vSphere 6 support, will it?
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