HP OneView for VMware vCenter 7.4 Released

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HP OneView for VMware vCenter 7.4 (formerly HP Insight Control for VMware vCenter Server) is now available.

The new release includes Management Packs for both VMware vCenter Operations Manager and VMware Log Insight:

  • HP OneView for VMware vCenter Operations Manager 1.0
  • HP OneView for VMware vCenter Log Insight 1.0

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More Enhancements:

  • HP OneView for VMware vCenter StoreFront Module (formerly the Storage Module)
    • Transform server capacity into storage through simple deployment of StoreVirtual VSA from VMware vCenter Server
    • HP OneView 3PAR defined shared storage and/or boot from SAN can now be leveraged when creating or growing clusters using the HP OneView optimized and automated workflow
    • Two new integrations for VMware vCenter Operations Manager and VMware Log Insight allows deeper analytics and troubleshooting, these are licensed with HP OneView Servers or HP Storage only
  • HP OneView for VMware vCenter Server Module (formerly the Server Module)
    • Support for OneView 1.10
    • Windows Server 2012 R2 Update
    • Provision 3PAR shared volume when defined in HP OneView using Grow Cluster feature
    • Extended enclosure views and detailed Smart Array Controllers information
    • Boot from SAN capability allows deployment of ESXi on 3PAR storage
    • Support for DL servers firmware management and BIOS settings configuration
    • Cluster consistency detection and remediation
    • Import of mass credentials from CSV file

 

 

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By Rotem Agmon Posted in Info

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