VROPS 6.1 WHATS NEW?

Written by Simon Eady on 10/9/2015 · Read in about 2 min (297 words)
Published under vRealize Operations

VMware.jpgSo vROps 6.1 has gone GA!

What have the guys at VMware added? I have listed what I consider the hi-lights below

  • The maximum of 8 nodes has been doubled to 16!
  • SSO integration has been added (requires vSphere 6.0)
  • **Support for SRM has been added

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  • vRealize Hyperic functionality has been added

    With the addition of End Point Operations Management, the value of vRealize Hyperic functionality has been extended to the vRealize Operations Manager core product, without the need to deploy vRealize Hyperic

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  • Remote collector resiliency

    New functionality enables you to assign solutions to collector groups. Collector groups provide high availability access to data collection for the solution.

  • Support for IPv6

    You can deploy vRealize Operations Manager in Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) environments.

  • Support for Windows Server 2012 R2

    However it is still recommended to go with the appliances.

  • Dashboard and report enhancements

    New functionality enables you to post a dashboard as a report, and post a report to a shared drive.

  • **Automated workload placement and re-balancing

** You now have the ability to re-balance workloads to optimize performance and preserve license optimization. * Telemetry

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  • **Upgrade options

** Direct upgrade path from 6.0 or migrate 5.8 to 6.0, then upgrade to 6.1

So some really great enhancements in 6.1 however there is one key disappointment for me and that is that HA is still limited to a logical DC. #sadpanda

Release notes from VMware

Images from VMware

 

 

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