vRealize Automation 8.6 enables businesses to plan and prepare for the future with self-service clouds, multi-cloud automation with governance, and DevOps-based management to enhance security, IT agility, productivity, and efficiency.
vRealize Automation 8.6.2
The new features and enhancements also include vRealize Automation Saltstack Config 8.6.2.
Let’s get started! Here are some of the new features introduced in vRA 8.6.2:
- Resources Tab
- The “Deployments” tab is now renamed to “Resources”.
- Resource Center – Resource discovery and day 2 actions viewed in a simplified manner
- Following the last release of Resource View, vRealize Automation enhanced the Resources tab to help cloud admins and end users manage cloud resources across compute, storage, networking, and security. You can reach out to a lot of the new features related to Resource Center at this page link.
- vRA Ansible Integration supports 2.11
- Inter-op support has been increased to Ansible 2.11.5. Ansible 2.11 is the latest stable Ansible version and customers can now use this version when running playbooks with the vRA Ansible integration.
- Approval policy now supports AD groups
- Approval policies in Service Broker now support AD groups as approvers, as opposed to only accepting individual users. Learn more about approval policies.
- Onboarding support for IPv6
- Onboarding plans now support machines which have IPv6 addresses.
- And more you can find in the follwing full release notes
vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager 8.6.2
vRealize Suite 8.6.2, VMware Identity Manager 3.3.6, and vRealize Network Insight 6.5 are included in this version as well as a security update.
See the release notes here.
VMware Identity Manager 3.3.6
See the release notes for a list of security bugs in this version here.