VMware vRealize Automation 8.7 has released as on March 22, 2022. With this release, VMware has provided several enhancements and new capabilities. The latest release of VMware’s powerful and easy-to-use infrastructure automation platform. With a modern infrastructure automation solution, customers can help reduce overall application development cost, complexity, time to market, and optimize operations across a multi-cloud environment. The result? IT efficiency, security and agility that supports business revenue growth.
Automation 8.7 capabilities and enhancements include:
and CarbonBlack integration. Enable VMware customers to combine
intelligent vulnerability insight from Carbon Black Cloud Workload with
the powerful IT automation from vRealize Automation SaltStack SecOps. By
integrating these technologies, security and IT teams can bridge the gap
between security and IT workflows and deliver the last mile of security
remediation through a unified, automated solution.
workload clusters on vSphere with Tanzu. Empower DevOps teams to
request vSphere with Tanzu Kubernetes Grid (TKGs) clusters in a
self-service fashion, either via VMware Cloud Templates, or via the
vRealize Automation Service Broker self-service catalog interface.
Following this enhancement, users can create TKGs clusters to extend the
automated provisioning and management services of TKGs across their
limit policy enhancements. Allow cloud admins to define deployment
limits and restrict CPU (Central Processing Unit) count, memory, and VM
(Virtual Machine) count. These policies also enable cloud admins to define
deployment resource limits and restrict CPU count and memory of specific
resources within a larger deployment.
Center enhancements. Enjoy a simplified view of discovered resources
and day 2 actions on the Resources tab aimed at helping cloud admins and
end users manage cloud resources across compute, storage, networking, and
security. This release provides support for greenfield and brownfield
customers throughout the cloud journey, regardless of their environment
and structure, by enabling them to manage resources from all backgrounds.
job inputs for SaltStack configurations. Help admins to make jobs
more dynamic, avoiding sprawl and enable jobs to be executed as
self-service. In addition, admins can choose to use the drop-down
parameter list, without deep knowledge of the infrastructure, to complete
tasks. This feature brings flexibility, reusability and expands
the personas who consume the jobs.
remediations for SaltStack SecOps. Discover remediation of unsupported
vulnerabilities. With this release, customers will be able to associate
custom remediations to unique vulnerabilities and use it for any future