VMware Product Latest Version

Is your platform running at the latest product version? This list helps to identify the version for each product published by VMware. This list is updated automatically. Feature Request or anything missing? Please report.

Datacenter & Cloud Infrastructure

Infrastructure & Operations Management

Automation Tools and SDK(s)

  • vSphere Automation SDK 6.5 for Java | 2016-11-15 | [Download]
  • vSphere Automation SDK 6.5 for Perl | 2016-11-15 | [Download]
  • vSphere Automation SDK 6.5 for Python | 2016-11-15 | [Download]
  • vSphere Automation SDK 6.5 for Ruby | 2016-11-15 | [Download]
  • Open Virtualization Format Tool 4.3.0 Patch 2 | 2020-04-28 | [Download]

Desktop & End-User Computing

13 thoughts on “VMware Product Latest Version”

  1. Pingback: What’s the latest of VMware…? | Virten.net

  2. Awesome of you to simplify a collection of this info. Could you possibly incorporate the build numbers into these summaries where appropriate for vCenter & ESXi?

    1. Yes, I'm planning to integrate ESXi Build numbers here. The backend database with all build numbers is already available through the JSON version of the build history. It just needs some integration here.

      vCenter Build numbers are a little bit more complex. I don't have a good database (yet).

  3. The vRealize Operations Manager List is Outdated.
    Also the PowerCLI version.

    Thanks for all your hard work. Site is great.

    1. Thanks for the heads-up. The problem was that the list did not distinguish between 4.6 and 4.7 and 4.6 was slightly newer. I've now added both (4.6.x and 4.7.x) to the list.

  4. Hello. I found all the information regarding latest versions of VMware products extremely usefull, especially json versions, because it's easy to use them for automation tasks. But there are several mismatches between databases data. For example last versions of vcenter in vcenter release json and "vTracker" json (vtracker has newer version and it's correct data), or last version of esxi 6.5 (esxi releases json has newer version this time). Is it possible that there is a small problem somewhere in these lists automation?

    1. Yes, there are mismatches. vTracker and "latest version" uses the same database. vCenter and ESXi release lists is another database.
      This is something I'm working on.

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