VMware vSphere 6.5 vs. vSphere 6.7

This site explains the key differences between vSphere 6.5 and vSphere 6.7. An overview comparison from all vSphere Versions is available here.

vSphere 6.5 vSphere 6.7 vSphere 6.7 U2
Released November 2016 April 2018 April 2019
Physical CPUs per host 576 768
Physical RAM per host 12 TB 16 TB
VMs per host 1024 1024
vCPU per VM 128 128 256
vMEM per VM 6128 GB 6128 GB
Cluster Size 64 64
VM Hardware Version 13 14 15
VMFS Version 5.81 (VMFS5)
6.81 (VMFS6)
5.81 (VMFS5)
6.82 (VMFS6)
Management vSphere Web Client
HTML5 Client
HTML5 Client
vSphere Web Client
Platform Services Controller Embedded PSC
External PSC
Embedded PSC
vMotion Cluster-wide EVC Cluster-wide EVC
Per-VM EVC
vGPU vMotion
vMotion Network Support L3 Network
max. 100ms RTT
vMotion Traffic Encryption
L3 Network
max. 150ms RTT
vMotion Traffic Encryption
Fault Tolerance Support 4 vCPU
64 GB RAM
8 vCPU
128 GB RAM
REST API YES (700 Operations) YES (900 Operations)
Virtual SAN VSAN 6.5
iSCSI Support
2-node Direct Connect
512e Device Support
vSAN 6.7
HTML5 Interface Support
Fast Network Failover
Microsoft WSFC
4k Native Device Support
FIPS 140-2 Level 1
vCenter Type Windows
Linux (vCSA)
Linux (vCSA)
Windows
vSphere Quick Boot NO YES
Persistent Memory NO YES
vCSA Scale (vPostgres) 2000 Hosts
25000 VMs
2000 Hosts
35000 VMs
vCSA Operating System Photon 1.0 Photon 1.0