VMware declared its latest releases across its vRealize On-Premises and SaaS portfolio to enable clients to plan, optimize, and administer hybrid and multi-cloud environments. The latest product abilities combine to additionally allow clients to regularly deploy and operate their application, infrastructure, and platform services, from the data center to cloud to edge. vRealize’s latest capabilities support DevOps principles and self-driving operations. VMware is launching the latest releases, capabilities, and improvements spanning VMware vRealize Log Insight 8.2, VMware vRealize Operations Cloud, VMware vRealize Log Insight Cloud, VMware vRealize Automation 8.2, VMware vRealize Automation Cloud, VMware vRealize Operations 8.2, VMware vRealize Operations Cloud, and VMware vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager 8.2.
vRealize will feature:
- Kubernetes Operations:Latest and improved support for Kubernetes through integration with VMware Tanzu Kubernetes Grid and Red Hat OpenShift will allow clients to auto-discover and observe the health, performance, capacity, price, and configuration of Kubernetes builds on-premises and VMware Cloud on AWS.
- App-to-infrastructure Troubleshooting: This newest release will highlight integration with successful APM tools like AppDynamics, Datadog, and Dynatrace. It will likewise incorporate new app discovery through integration with VMware vRealize Network Insight. These two capabilities will help clients predict, stop, and immediately remediate problems in the context of applications.
- Monitoring VMware Cloud and Beyond: Enhanced metric-correlation and brand-new near real-time monitoring will allow enterprise observability, serving clients to identify performance and availability problems up to 15x faster. (1) Improvements to native AWS management will open capacity calculations for EC2 instances and automatically import metrics into VMware vRealize Operations for faster troubleshooting.
- Efficient Capacity and Cost Management:Developments in pricing and costing engine, including daily virtual machine (VM) cost granularity, enhanced metering capabilities, and pricing support for non-VMware vRealize Automation workloads will encourage clients to additionally lessen charges.
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