In vSphere 7.0, you can manage VM templates in an efficient and flexible manner. You can edit the contents of the VM templates by checking them out, making the necessary changes, and checking them in.

You can track history of changes over time by using the vertical timeline view. The vertical timeline view provides you with detailed information about the different VM template versions, the updates that privileged users have made, and when the last change was made. By using the vertical timeline, you can revert VM templates back to their previous state or delete the previous version of a VM template.

In addition, you can deploy a virtual machine from the latest version of the VM template without any disruptions while it is checked out for update. You can update the virtual machine and check it back in into the same VM template.