A virtualization company that helped launch VMware has made a big splash on the Web, but it’s not yet available for the masses.
The installer package for VMware vSphere 5.5.0 is now available for download.
You’ll need to download and install the package in order to use it.
VMware is using its own cloud, but the installer does support other virtualization providers, including OpenStack, VMWare, and Cloud Foundry.
VMware has also added support for VMware Fusion, OpenStack Virtual SAN, and VMware ESXi.
The download page for the installer notes that the installation is meant to be used with an existing VMware account.
VMware recommends that you run the installer as administrator, and you should never be prompted to sign up for a new VMware account, since that requires a password.
VMware doesn’t have an official installer for vSphere 6.5, but we have heard that the installer can install a new version of the operating system with no configuration changes.
You should get the installer running, though, and the next time you need to upgrade your system, you’ll be prompted for the new version.
It’s not clear what VMware has planned for the future of the installer, but there’s no indication that it will be a regular part of the installation process.