VMware is able to run most production versions of MacOS as they become available. Both MacStadium and VMware are unable to provide guidance or support for any MacOS versions or patches in Development and not available to the public.
You may still install these in your environment as needed, however any issues or support will not be available and MacStadium is unable to provide the install media for these versions.
Some versions of MacOS require your VMware Cloud to be running a specific version. Please see the table below for the minimum vSphere version required to run the MacOS version. If you need to update your VMware Cloud environment, please see our VMware Cloud Upgrade Process documentation.
If you upgrade your VMware Cloud environment, you may also need to update the VM Hardware version of any VMs running at the time of upgrade. Check the VM Hardware Version column for more details.
|12.0 (Monterey)||vSphere 6.7 Update 3||14|
|11.0 (Big Sur)||vSphere 6.7 Update 3||14|
|10.15 (Catalina)||vSphere 6.7 Update 3||14|
|10.14 (Mojave)||vSphere 6.7 GA||14|
|10.13 (High Sierra)||vSphere 6.5 GA||13|
|10.12 (Sierra) and older||vSphere 6.0 (deprecated)||11|
Updated 11 months ago