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I recently just migrated to ISE 2.4 and now see that 2.6 has been released. Normally that wouldn't be a big deal, but to upgrade to 2.4, it was suggested to build all new VMs from scratch and manually migrate over all my settings, policies, etc. As you can guess, upgrading again would be dreadful.
Has anyone heard of any news whether inline software upgrades will be a recommended option for ISE in the future?
Thanks for the insight Mike.
I guess I'm more or less trying to make the conversation on how and when Cisco will get to seamless inline upgrades on their crucial software components (i.e. ISE). I look at DNA Center as a major inflection point for Cisco in the inline upgrade process. From a network admin perspective, you just click "Update". I know ISE has some more complexities so I don't want to oversimplify it, but I figure since Cisco is becoming a more software-centric company, moving to seamless software upgrades (positive reinforcement for unlocking newer features and upgrading more often) will be included in their future roadmaps.