The last bulleted list item at the end of the slide notes states:
The Commands pane (not shown) allows you to perform actions like creating a virtual machine, creating a resource pool, and editing a resource pool’s settings.Correct:
In the vSphere Web Client (shown in the slide graphic) there is no Commands pane in the Summary tab of a resource pool object. The mentioned pane is available in the Windows-based vSphere Client only.
In the vSphere Web Client, instead, an equivalent feature con be found in the Actions menu, which opens a contextual menu showing all the available tasks that can be executed for the selected object.