vRealize True Visibility Management Pack for Microsoft Azure SQL
11 FEB 2021 | Build 17557229
06 OCT 2020 | Build 17002634
What's in the Release NotesThe release notes cover the following topics:
- About vRealize True Visibility Management Pack for Microsoft Azure SQL
- Before You Begin
- Known Issues/Limitations
The VMware vRealize® True Visibility™ Management Pack for Microsoft Azure SQL is an embedded adapter for vRealize Operations (vROps), collecting performance data from your Azure Compute and SQL environments and providing predictive analysis and real-time information about problems in your cloud infrastructure—all within the vRealize Operations user interface.
|3.0.2||11 FEB 2021||
Fixes certificate issues when connecting to Microsoft Azure and Azure Government. In order for the fix to take effect, user must install new pak, run test connection, accept new certificates, then restart the vROps collector(s) where the adapter instance(s) are running.
|3.0.0||06 OCT 2020||Initial General Availability release for VMware vRealize® True Visibility™|
For more information, see the product documentation.
|vROps Requirements||Microsoft Azure Requirements|
vRealize Operations 6.3+ (Enterprise or Advanced editions, depending on what will be monitored. )
|Microsoft Azure SQL Database version 12|
Azure Subscription ID
Azure Subscription credentials:
Azure Subscription & SQL Database credentials (Required for query monitoring and certain SQL database metrics.
Note: The MP uses these ports:
Azure VM - Restful API - access to management.azure.com over port 443 or 80
Azure VM - Authentication - access to login.windows.net over port 443 or 80
Azure SQL - Remote JDBC connection - access to SQL Server hostname over port 1433
The following known issues/limitations exist for the currently-released version of the Management Pack:
- When using the Least-privileged user (or any custom user) to collect from any databases below the Premium pricing tier (i.e., Standard/Basic), certain properties, events, and metrics are not available.
- The Microsoft Azure SQL REST API has limitations on metrics available for Azure VM resources. See: available VM-related Metrics (Microsoft Azure SQL).