What’s new of vRealize Operations 8.1

The summary of what’s new in vRealize Operations 8.1

Continuous Performance Optimization

  • Integration between vRealize Automation Cloud and vRealize Operations Cloud

Efficient Capacity & Cost Management

  • Rate card based pricing for vRealize Automation 8.1 managed VMs
  • Enhanced public cloud costing via CloudHealth including Perspectives
  • Improved VMware Cloud on AWS migration assessment
  • Support for vVols

App Aware Intelligent Remediation

  • Full support for vSphere 7.0 with Kuernetes
  • Native support for VMware Cloud on AWS including NSX-T support and ndw dashboards
  • Support for Google Cloud Platform (GCP) in addition to AWS and Azuze
  • Integration between vRealize Operations Cloud and vRealize Log Insight Cloud
  • Network-aware troubleshooting with integration with Slack
  • Physical OS Monitoring
  • Management Packs

Integrated Compliance & Configuration

  • Refresh compliance pack content for DISA and CIS

vRealize Operations management of vSphere 7.0 with Kubernetes

  • Discover and monitor vSphere with Kubernetes
  • Auto-Discover new constructs of Supervisor Cluster, Namespaces, PODs
    and Tanzu Kubernetes Clusters as you on-board them in vCenter using
    Workload Management
  • Net new summary pages to monitor the performance, capacity, utilization and
    configuration of the Kubernetes constructs
  • Capacity forecasting to show capacity bottlenecks for pods and supervisor
    clusters
  • Out of box Dashboards, Reports, Views and Alerts to operationalize Workload
    Platform with complete visibility and contro

Multi-Cloud Monitoring

  • Integrating VMC as an end point into vRealize Operations with VMC Cloud Account
  • Google Cloud Platform
  • CloudHealth Integration

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