VMware vRealize Operations Management Pack for VMware Skyline | 22 APR 2021 | Build 17853711
What's in the Release Notes
The release notes cover the following topics:
VMware Skyline is an automated, proactive support technology that helps customers avoid issues before they occur and reduces the time required to resolve active support requests. Skyline provides proactive findings which display potential risk within the deployed VMware products and solutions. VMware vRealize Operations Management Pack for VMware Skyline 2.1 is a re-vamped management pack that translates the Skyline findings into vRealize Operations Manager alerts, symptoms, recommendations and maps the alerts to corresponding objects.
There are no enhancements in the functionality of this Management Pack.
- VMware Skyline 2.1 can run in Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) 140-2 enabled mode for better security.
- VMware Skyline 2.1 works with vRealize Operations Manager in both FIPS enabled mode and FIPS disabled mode.
For compatibility between products, please refer to the VMware Product Interoperability Matrices.
- The Skyline Console does not display the findings with severity "critical" inside vRealize Operations Manager.
After you configure the Skyline Findings Severity settings in the Skyline adapter instance configuration page of the vRealize Operations Manager, the Skyline Console does not display the findings with severity "critical".
This issue has been resolved.
- The Management Pack for VMware Skyline does not restrict creating more than one adapter instances with the same CSP refresh token
When the user tries to create more than one Skyline adapter instances with the same CSP refresh token, the vRealize Operations Manager does not restrict this action. As a result, the user can view duplicate alerts but on different adapter instances.
- Skyline findings count displayed on the Skyline Overview Dashboard is the overall count.
In the Skyline Overview Dashboard, the two columns: Severity Wise Count and Category Wise Count show the overall values as the total count as they list all the findings picked up by the Skyline adapter from Skyline. The expected behavior should show the total count of the findings of the vCenter Adapters that are added in the vRealize Operations Manager.