You can manage data centers, vCenters Servers, and vRealize Suite products in your private cloud environments. Day 2 Operations for Global Environment in vRealize Suite Lifecycle ManagerA global environment is created after an installation or a migration of vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager. A global environment displays the VMware Identity Manager instance and also shows the version. When you click the View Details on a created environment, you can view the lists of primary, secondary, and connector information of the VMware Identity Manager that is used in the vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager. You can view the product properties for each the VMware Identity Manager cluster. To view the list of inter-product configurations, click the Product References. Day 2 Operations with Other Products In vRealize Suite Lifecycle ManagerYou can now perform the Day 2 operations within vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager. Add a Product to an Existing Private Cloud EnvironmentIf you want to change your environment, you can add a product to an existing environment. Replace Certificates for vRealize AutomationYou can update or replace certificates for vRealize Automation if your certificate expires or if you are using a self-signed certificate and your company security policy requires you to use its SSL certificates. Add a Data Source to an Existing Private Cloud EnvironmentYou can add a data source to your environment to collect network information. Manage a Data Source in an Existing Private Cloud EnvironmentStarting with vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager 8.2, you can edit or delete a data source in your environment. Update Bulk Passwords for Data SourceYou can now perform a bulk password update for data source passwords. Scale-Out VMware Identity ManagerYou can increase the HA option in VMware Identity Manager by having one or three nodes to manage VMware Identity Manager. Scale-Out vRealize Suite ProductsYou can add components to your product to configure a multi node setup to form a cluster. Scale-Up vRealize Suite ProductsVertical Scale Up is introduced to increase the RAM, disk capacity, or vCPUs in the nodes of a cluster. The nodes of a cluster are grouped and each group consists of nodes of equal sizes. A product can have a single group or multiple groups, and if the node sizes vary across the different groups, you can scale up to standardize the node sizes. Export a Private Cloud Environment Configuration FileYou can export a private cloud environment configuration file to reuse a deployment's configuration for future environment deployments. Download Private Cloud Product LogsYou can download product log file bundles to share with VMware support. Delete an EnvironmentYou can delete an existing environment from vRealize Suite Lifecycle Managerand not individual products. You cannot select a specific product within an environment to delete. Managing vRealize Suite Products in a Private CloudYou can use VMware vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager to upgrade and patch vRealize Suite products and to download product logs. Configure Health Monitoring for the vRealize Suite Management StackWhen vRealize Operations Manager is part of your environment, you can retrieve and display the health status of vRealize Suite products in vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager. Adding and Managing Content from MarketplaceYou can use vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager to add and manage content from Marketplace.