You can install the v Sphere Client from the VMware v Center autorun menu that is part of the modules ISO file.To view a list of processors, storage devices, SAN arrays, and I/O devices that are compatible with v Sphere 6.0, use the ESXi 6.0 information in the VMware Compatibility Guide.
v Center Server 6.0 Update 1b | 07 JANUARY 2016 | ISO build 3343019 v Center Server Appliance 6.0 Update 1b | 07 JANUARY 2016 | Build 3343019 v Center Server 6.0 Update 1b on Windows Build 3339083 v Center Server 6.0 Update 1b on v Center Server Appliance Build 3339084 Check for additions and updates to these release notes.During the upgrade process, the device driver is installed on the ESXi 6.0 host.We obtained a bunch of Gen8 Blades for a client down in Florida and I figured I would create a quick “how to” guide on updating the firmware.VMware v Sphere® uses virtualization to transform individual data centers into aggregated computing infrastructures that include CPU, storage, and networking resources.VMware v Sphere manages these infrastructures as a unified operating environment and provides you with the tools to administer the data centers that participate in that environment.One of the Gen8’s key features is the easier process of updating the firmware without using the traditional update CD.
Before VMware or any other OS is installed on your new server I always recommend to update the firmware immediately.
Components of VMware v Sphere 6.0, including v Center Server, ESXi, the v Sphere Web Client, and the v Sphere Client do not accept non-ASCII input.
The VMware Product Interoperability Matrix provides details about the compatibility of current and earlier versions of VMware v Sphere components, including ESXi, VMware v Center Server, the v Sphere Web Client, and optional VMware products.
To determine which devices are compatible with ESXi 6.0, use the ESXi 6.0 information in the VMware Compatibility Guide.
Some devices are deprecated and no longer supported on ESXi 6.0.
As a type-1 hypervisor, ESXi is not a software application that one installs in an operating system (OS); instead, it includes and integrates vital OS components, such as a kernel.