How about: Multi-queue support for VMXNET3 drivers. New support for VMXNET3 drivers provides the ability to scale throughput in a VMware vSphere 5 environment by assigning multiple cores to the Vyatta virtual machine. Sounds good to me.
To get the vSphere Management Assistant appliance to run under VMware Fusion use the ovftool. You will need to download the VMA appliance from VMware, extract it and then cd to that directory. You will have to include the full path to the ovftool or include it in your classpath. Then: ovftool vMA-18.104.22.168-472630_OVF10.ovf folder_name/ Where folder_name is a subdirectory in your extracted directory. When you run that command you will will have to accept the license agreement first.
I am sure this is not supported and therefore not recommended but installing software in the vSphere Management Assistant is possible as it is just a SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 virtual machine. You can use the following to search for software: sudo zypper search nano This will search for nano. Once you have found the package you want to install then use the following to install it: sudo zypper install nano Note the first time you run this you are prompted to accept the openSUSE package signing key.