VMware’s vSphere 6.5 is available now on VMware.com for $399.
VMware has also released its new vSphere 5.5 release.
The release is for Windows and Mac, and it will also be available for Linux and Solaris.
VMware said that it will be shipping to enterprise customers in the third quarter.
VMware also said that the new release will support more than 40,000 software installations, up from 20,000 previously.
VMware’s cloud-based ESXi 5.0 has also been released.
VMware announced that it would be adding a new version of its Cloud Platform Management Engine for the new version, which will be called Cloud Infrastructure Management Platform 5.3.
VMware is also updating its virtualized networking platform, VMware Horizon, with ESXi 6.1, and the VMware Cloud Platform Platform Manager, VMware Cloud Storage, and VMware Cloud VMs.
VMware added VMware Cloud Connectivity and the new VMware Horizon 6.0.0 to its portfolio of tools.
VMware recently added VMware Workstation and VMware Horizon to its cloud services.
VMware and VMware customers will also have access to the VMware Certified Solution (VCSA) and VMware Certified Professional (VCP) certification programs for VMware customers.
VMware plans to continue expanding the VMware Professional Networking (VMPI) portfolio with the launch of the VMware PXE Networking Professional for enterprise.
VMware will also continue expanding its VMware Cloud and VMware Hybrid Cloud platforms with the release of VMware Horizon 7.0 and VMware Virtual SAN for enterprise and mobile.
VMware introduced its VMware Workstations (VMWS) as a cloud-enabled platform for VMware’s customers, which includes businesses and customers that have VMware Worksts and vCenter Server Appliance (VCE).
VMware also added the VMware Hybrid Platforms (VMHPs) as cloud-ready platform for businesses and users that have vSphere and VMware ESXi.
VMware launched VMware Horizon and VMware VMs in July to offer a more secure, scalable, and easy-to-use virtualization platform for its customers.