A Tutorial About Creating a VMware vSphere 7 Home Lab

Following the recent release of VMware vSphere 7, many of us are looking forward to trying vSphere 7 and checking how the new and updated features work. However, not everyone has a few available computers at hand to install ESXi on them. A better idea is to check vSphere 7 in a test environment before making a decision whether to upgrade your current vSphere version to vSphere 7.0. In this case, you can deploy a VMware home lab on one of the existing computers without erasing any data. This blog post explains how to create a vSphere 7 home lab by using your existing hardware with VMware Workstation installed.

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