Building on our integration with Microsoft System Center, we are pleased to announce the first release of Cisco UCSM Add-in for Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager enabling administrators to manager both physical and virtual infrastructure on a single pane of glass.
Key Features of Cisco UCSM Add-in 1.0.1:
Mapping of the hypervisor host with UCS Manager managed server on which it is installed
UCS domain registration and grouping
Summary of both blades and rack servers in the UCS domain, including the firmware details.
View of service profiles and service profile templates in the domain
Key actions on the servers and service profiles including
Associate and disassociate of service profiles.
Modify power state
Launch KVM console
Clone a service profile or service profile template.
Create service profile from template
Download Add-in for SCVMM here (requires cisco.com login)
Release Notes for Cisco UCS Add-in 1.0.1 for SCVMM:
UCS Management Pack 2.0(5) for VMWare vRealize Operations Manager 8.0 and 8.1
This version of the management pack supports VMware vRealize Operations Manager 8.0 and 8.1
Added support for VMware vRealize Operations Manager version 8.0 and 8.1.
Cisco UCS Management Pack Suite for Microsoft System Center, Operations Manager (version 4.1.3) is posted on cisco.com
To download the Cisco UCS Management Pack Suite for Microsoft System Center, Operations Manager (version 4.1.3) click here (requi...
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