You can now install a content pack without having to leave the Log Insight UI.
Log Insight Agent enhancements
The Linux agent is available as a standalone package (.bin) that can be installed on various flavors of Linux.
Restart of Windows or Linux Agents’ services is no longer required when you make configuration changes
Debug support using Support bundles
You can generate support bundles with both Log Insight Windows and Linux Agents and submit it to us for additional support
Vulnerable versions of bash are patched to fix Shellshock security bugs.
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In my last post, I covered some of my favorite vC Ops Tips for Success, based on what I have learned during my testing of vC Ops and covered in my vC Ops series of posts,. In this post, I’d like to talk about something you’ve likely heard about but may not have known what it is or how it can help you — the vC Ops Custom Interface.
There were a variety of presentations in VMworld around solution extensibility of vRealize Operations and vRealize Orchestrator. The following presentations give great detail around extensibility and have many examples of both VMware and Partner integrations.
If you’re a CIO, lead IT Finance, or the head of Infrastructure and/or Operations in an enterprise that is pressured from stakeholders to justify IT costs or needs data to help the lines-of-business (LOB) make fact-based investment decisions, chances are very good that you are seeking ways to get better at IT Financial Management (ITFM).
You may also be at a point, where manual processes, such as spreadsheets are just no longer sustainable. It may be time to look at an automated solution to facilitate the processes. Well, you have come to the right place. VMware is now sharing Gartner’s latest Market Guide for IT Financial Management Tools for FREE! The report covers VMware and other vendors participating in the ITFM marketplace and provides guidance on selecting an automated solution that is right for you. Continue reading →
Customers tell me all the time that somewhere between 5% and 15% of their resources are likely to be inactive and no longer needed. Lease policies address transient applications like development, test, modeling, simulation, but what about all those applications that are supposed to be permanent, but have stop being used over time. This can be very problematic with desktop systems where the level of inactivity is likely to be much higher than servers.
If you are a company with 1,000 VMs and 10% inactive, that can be costing you over $100,000 annually in additional hardware expenses that are not really needed if you could use your current resources more efficiently.
Empowering Infrastructure and Operations teams with intuitive cloud business management capabilities
VMware is unveiling the new VMware vRealize Business (formerly VMware IT Business Management Suite), including vRealize Business 6.0 Standard and vRealize Business 8.2 Advanced/Enterprise.
As IT organizations begin to rely more on cloud services – whether internally delivered or externally sourced – to deliver IT services that scale to meet business demand, understanding the cost of services and making it transparent is a key responsibility of IT, as it helps ensure that the enterprise can make optimal decisions around what services should be delivered internally versus which services should be consumed from the cloud. vRealize Business helps address this challenge, by providing transparency and control over the costs and quality of IT services enabling CIOs to align IT with the business.
In this new release, VMware is further empowering the Head of Infrastructure and Operations with business management capabilities essential for creating, delivering, and managing an SDDC-based cloud infrastructure, by providing an unparalleled easy on-ramp and fast time to value.
In this post, I’d like to give you an overview of what’s new and exciting in vRealize Operations 6.0. For complete details on product capabilities and features, as well as how to try or buy it, you should visit the vRealize Operations website.
Here’s What’s New!
vRealize Operations 6.0 features a completely re-platformed architecture that provides 8X greater scalability, and offers unified management across vSphere and other domains. Predictive analytics, Smart Alerts, and problem detection capabilities identify complex issues and then recommend automated tasks that streamline remediation before problems impact users.
vRealize Operations 6.0 provides three core capabilities – Intelligent Operations, Policy-Based Automation, and Unified Management. Here’s a look at these three core capabilities, as well as overviews of some cool new features that enable each capability, with our ‘Fast Facts on vRealize Operations‘ videos: Continue reading →
We are excited to announce VMware vRealize Code Stream, our new solution for Continuous Delivery of software. vRealize Code Stream will enable customers to rapidly release software from development to production environments, while reducing operational risk.
Over the last few years, organizations have incorporated agile development approaches into their release process. Instead of bundling large amounts of changes into a single release, the goal is to frequently release small increments into production. As a result, the development phase of the overall release process became fast but the other phases of the release process have not evolved. While there always has been a wall between Development and Operation teams, this situation has escalated and it is referred to as the DevOps conflict.
Continuous Integration and agile development approaches are closely related and often used together. The goal of Continuous Integration is to keep the software working at all times so that any working code can be picked up from development and released into production.