VMware released a couple of days ago the first little update for vSphere 6.0. The U1 release includes, in addition to small improvements and bug fixes, an important new feature: stretched clusters. This technology, introduced at the american VMware World, allows to create a cluster with several hosts geographically separated and a VSAN storage, thanks to a VM into the Cloud, called Witness and provided as Appliance, that manages the availability of the two nodes. The technology has been introduced with VMware Virtual SAN 6.1 and a vSphere update to guarantee the full compatibility was expected.
The support for SSLv3 has been completely removed and the allowed encrypting protocols for the authentication on Active Directory have been reduced too.