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vSphere 4.1 and ESXi

Unless you have been on vacation or hiding under a rock then you have heard the latest buzz in the industry that vSphere 4.1 has been released. There have been a lot of blog posts on the topic already including one of our own.  The thing I want to hit on for this post is the fact that this release will be the last release for full version of ESX.  Moving forward on any new releases of ESX will be strictly ESXi.  Anyone that knows me over the years knows that I have not really been a big fan of getting rid of the full version ESX.  Call me old school and the fact that I have spent a great deal of time developing the automation used in the environments that I have supported over the years and have been really happy with what I was able to accomplish via kickstart and the command line.

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