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VMware vCenter Application Discovery Manager 7.0.0 Release Notes

vCenter Application Discovery Manager 7.0.0 | 13 SEPTEMBER 2012 | Build 0032

Last Document Update: 13 SEPTEMBER 2012

VMware vCenterTM Application Discovery Manager (ADM), powered by nLayersR provides infrastructure for real-time dependency driven change, configuration, incident, and problem management. By using ADM enterprises can manage change impact, control configuration drift, and correlate how infrastructure incidents affect applications.

ADM provides an automated dependency catalog that allows enterprises to eliminate their reliance on speculation, and avoid change-induced service outages, degradations, and failures. Enterprises can detect, log, and report the software and hardware configuration changes, and compare configurations server to server. With its native EMC IONIX integration, you can correlate infrastructure incidents to application impact based on real-time models of application topologies and dependency relationships.

What's in the Release Notes

The release notes cover the following topics:

What's New in This Release

vCenter Application Discovery Manager (ADM) 7.0.0 does not have Oracle database integrated. You need to install and configure your own external Oracle database. ADM supports Oracle 11gR2 as an external database. For more information on installation and configuration of Oracle as an external database, see vCenter Application Discovery Manager Administration Guide.

Known Issues and Limitations

This section lists the known issues and limitations for this release. Previously documented known issues are marked with the * symbol.
  • In the ADM interface, if you click Show In Map, the user interface displays a small icon for the host, but does not display a host name or IP address.*

    Workaround: Perform one of the following workarounds.
    • Restart the Java process and reopen the map.
    • Upgrade Java to version 1.6.0_27.

  • If you try to deploy ADM Windows Collector on Windows 2003 R2 and Windows 2008 R2 environments, errors related to the Java environment might appear.*

    Workaround: Click OK to the message windows that appear. These errors do not obstruct the discovery process.