You have read all the announcements about vSphere 6.0 Update 2 being released and now you want to upgrade. Maybe you haven’t tried out the embedded web ui and are tired on needing to use the thick client when your VC goes down. Whatever the reason applying the update is pretty easy and straight forward.
Updating vCenter Appliance
First things first we need to upgrade vCenter to Update 2. To do this manually you will first need to download the vSphere patch iso VMware-vCenter-Server-Appliance-126.96.36.19900-3634791-patch-FP.iso from myvmware. Once you have downloaded the iso simply follow these steps to apply the update:
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I haven’t worked closely with vSphere much as most of my automation work has been 100% focused on not caring about what the infrastructure underneath actually looks like. It is however deeply ingrained in me based on my many years working for a global manufacturer who standardized on vSphere. I still fully remember every moment of managing hundreds of vSphere hosts and multiple vCenters across the globe! I can tell you without question if any communication with vCenter was lost then it was all about trying to manage that host.
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