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what is new in vRealize Automation 8.4.


VMware has released vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager 8.4, vRealize Automation 8.4, vRealize Automation  on 15 April 2021. In this Blog I am going to high light what is new in vRealize Automation 8.4.


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What is New :-

  • Hostname is updated in Ansible Tower
  • Support for multi-vm/disk configuration
  • Add disk with different sizes
  • Changing deployment projects for onboarded deployments
  • Documentation to configure proxy for vRA on premises Terraform environments
  • Unregister onboarded machines from vRA
  • Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) 140-2 compliance – SaltStack Config
  • Accessibility enhancements
  • Policy criteria support for additional Integer/String operators
  • Networking: Reconfigure Existing Security group for vSphere and VMC – Iterative and Day 2
  • Networking: Change On-Demand and Existing Security groups for VMC – Iterative and Day 2
  • Single secret store
  • Operations center: Custom roles support
  • Operations center: Cloud zone Insights enhancement
  • Operations center: Distinguish optimizable deployments
  • Specify order and SCSI controller for vSphere disks
  • Support for disks which are part of the image template
  • Disk placement should align with the VM in Workload placementMulti-VM scenario
  • Storage allocation as per full VM size
  • Simplification of onboarding workflow​
  • Onboarding action to support vSphere network interface
  • Support for Azure image gallery
  • Snapshot management for Azure disks
  • Support for Azure disk encryption sets
  • Enhanced support for Azure availability sets
  • Ansible enhancements
  • Puppet enhancements
  • Event Broker enhancements
  • SaltStack SecOps: SLES 15 Center for Internet Security Content
  • Release of vRA STD + and SaltStack SecOps addon in rest of world
  • SaltStack Config
  • ITSM Plugin
  • vRA plug-in in vRO
  • ABX Scale
  • GCP Sole Tenancy
  • IPAM registration for vRA 7.x workloads while onboarding into vRA 8.x
  • Change in Access Token API behavior
  • Force deleting deployments for the IaaS API endpoint

See the release notes here.

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