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We are very pleased to inform you that Version 2.0 of the View Migration Toolkit for TrueSight Capacity Optimization it is now available!

 

The View Migration Toolkit will help you to expedite the process of migrating your custom views from the TrueSight Capacity Optimization console to the TrueSight console.

 

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View Migration Toolkit v2.0 includes the following key features and enhancements:

 

  • Added options to specify the target product version for the TSPS view to create (10.7.01 / 11.0/ 11.3 / 11.5)
  • Added support for Business Driver Data Explorer template (for target versions 11.3+ with latest CHF)
  • Added support for multiple tables in Summary Table template (for target versions 11.3+ with latest CHF)
  • Added support for exporting also custom data marts (in case you need to export from an env and import in another one, useful for testing and debugging)
  • Added advanced options to drive the conversion
  • Minor bug fixes

 

 

 

Want to learn more?

Access the page at It's time to migrate your views! Catch the View Migration Toolkit and go! and download the attached package to start using the tool and migrate your views!

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Hello,

 

At BMC Education, we understand and care for the end user needs. We know that subscriptions are a great way to learn about the product functionalities in a flexible manner and at a low cost.

Hence we have come up with three brand new subscriptions for 11.x version of TrueSight Capacity Optimization. For further details, visit the following links:

 

https://www.bmc.com/education/courses/truesight-capacity-optimization-essential-subscription-administrators-consultants.html

https://www.bmc.com/education/courses/truesight-capacity-optimization-essential-subscription-capacity-planners.html

https://www.bmc.com/education/courses/truesight-capacity-optimization-explore-subscription.html

 

Feel free to connect with us for any queries. Always happy to help !!

 

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We are very excited to announce the release of TrueSight Cloud Cost Control 11.5, the cloud service expense management solution that optimizes costs and utilization for multi-cloud infrastructure services, providing insights and control over operating expenditures and budgets.

 

 

Key new features in TrueSight Cloud Cost Control 11.5 include:

 

  • New workflow to manage savings recommendations and automatically execute saving actions (for AWS)
    • Ability to leverage a supervised workflow to manage resource usage recommendations - As a capacity planner, you can now use the Resource usage page to take appropriate actions on idle VMs and overallocated VMs by reviewing recommendations. You can also decide to ignore the recommendations for example related to your business critical applications or include them in a list of committed recommendations to be shared with the appropriate stakeholders for execution
    • Ability to automatically execute recommendations for AWS VMs - For AWS VMs, you can now automatically execute generated recommendations for AWS VMs to optimize your AWS cloud expenditures.You can achieve this by integrating TrueSight Cloud Cost Control with TrueSight Cloud Cost Service. For more information, see Integrating with TrueSight Cloud Cost Service to enable automated implementation of recommendations.

 

  • Enhanced integrations - Enhanced integration for both AWS and Microsoft Azure has been also included in this version to improve the ability to manage public cloud resources being able to also automatically import related business services details:
    • New support for Azure GovCloud & AWS GovCloud

 

    • Enhanced support for AWS CloudWatch agent data collection - Simplified process of enabling the Cloud Watch agent on AWS to collect additional metrics for the AWS instances which allows to you to improve efficiency in the AWS cloud resources adoption being able to easily identify disk and memory bottlenecks and plan for memory upgrades and disk expansions to stick with planned budget for AWS resources

 

 

 

Want to learn more?

 

Access the release notes of TrueSight Cloud Cost Control 11.5!

 

Get access to the new Free Trial for TrueSight Cloud Cost Control!

 

Leverage the TrueSight Cloud Cost Control - How to Videos playlist to discover the newer and cooler features included in this new version and more.

 

 

 

For more information about TrueSight Cloud Cost Control, go to www.bmc.com/cloudcost .

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We are very pleased to inform you that TrueSight Capacity Optimization 11.5 has been released and it is now available to you!

 

Key new features in TrueSight Capacity Optimization 11.5 include:

 

 

  • New Business Service view - With this version, you will easily get visibility into capacity of your business services and service pools. The new Business Service view is a set of executive views displaying business service health from a capacity perspective which brings service-aware capacity planning to both the Capacity Planners as well as Executives, Managers and most importantly, Service Owners. 
Together with the Business Service View we have introduced a new concept called the “Service Pool” which is a group of resources that form an infrastructure or technology layer (tier) within an application or a business service to enable you to execute capacity planning from a consumer perspective rather than the resource provider perspective. These service pools are the foundation of computation for Application/Service tiers and upon which these new views are built.

 

  • New Containerized Capacity Agent - You will be now able to quickly and easily install a capacity agent in a containerized environment. This addition brings a simplified deployment and management of capacity data collection in containerized workflows.

 

  • Enriched Visualization capabilities:
    • Capacity Views Transformation - New and enhanced view pages templates have been included in this release to help you creating and structuring more powerful custom views in the TS Console with a minimal need of programming skills. In particular:
        • New Business Driver Data explorer template provides easy and dynamic visualisation of Business Driver metrics
        • Enhanced Data Mart Explorer template now supports category bar charts bringing more flexible ways to visualize the data leading to deeper insights and the ability to view a breakdown of data grouped by category thanks to category charts addition. Moreover, thanks to support for multi-chart type graphs you will be able visualize data in combined charts such as combine stacked and non-stacked metrics
    • Enhanced web-based Investigate tool - Role-based access control for Investigate study groups is now supported. You can now share your Investigate studies with other users. Administrators can grant access to specific Investigate study groups so that other users can view the associated Investigate studies.

 

  • Enhanced Integrations  - A number of important new and enhanced integrations have been released as part of 11.5 version to expand the coverage for capacity data collection.
    • New integrations:
        • BMC Discovery to allow Service-Aware capacity planning for Discovery users without the need of leveraging a CMDB.You can build business services from discovered entities or import manual groups as business services.You can use this data to analyze capacity at the business service, applications, and service pool levels.
        • ServiceNow, to bring in service topology and business drivers

 

    • Enhanced support for public cloud - Enhanced integration for both AWS and Microsoft Azure has been also included in this version to improve the ability to manage public cloud resources being able to also automatically import related business services details:
        • New support for Azure GovCloud & AWS GovCloud
        • Enhanced support for AWS CloudWatch agent data collection - Simplified process of enabling the Cloud Watch agent on AWS to collect additional metrics for the AWS instances which allows to you to improve efficiency in the AWS cloud resources adoption being able to easily identify disk and memory bottlenecks and plan for memory upgrades and disk expansions

    • Enhanced support for Databases - The Integration with Oracle Enterprise Manager now supports ASM metrics

 

    • Enhanced support for Kubernetes:
        • New Kubernetes ETL via Prometheus API
        • Support for OpenShift in Kubernetes connector

 

    • Enhanced support for Storage:
      • Enhanced support for EMC XtremIO, Hitachi, and IBM storage
      • All-In-One Storage ETL for Dell EMC ScaleIO SAN, NetApp SolidFire, and Dell EMC VMAX

 

    • New utility for creation of custom-ETLs - The new ETL Development Kit enables you to create Java and Perl custom ETLs without using Integration Studio. For more information, see Developing custom ETLs.

 

  • Documentation enhancements
    • Redesigned documentation for Planning, Upgrading, and 5 high-priority ETLs
    • End-to-end use case topic for vSphere

 

  • and more....

 

Want to learn more?

Access the release notes of TrueSight Capacity Optimization 11.5!

 

Leverage the TrueSight Capacity Optimization - How to Videos playlist to discover the newer and cooler features included in this new version and more.

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What is so special about CCC View? How data warehouse-related functionalities are managed? How to collect data using ETLs? How to create a correlation analysis and how to design a model using this analysis? Which different templates are available in TrueSight Capacity Optimization? How to manage views using TrueSight console???

 

Do you struggle to find answers to these questions? Then here is the good news for you

 

Education Services is offering two brand new trainings - TrueSight Capacity Optimization 11.x: Fundamentals Using, and TrueSight Capacity Optimization 11.x: Fundamentals Administering - which provide answers to above questions and also cover many other exciting topics such as virtual planning, reservations, and role-based access control.

more information about these trainings can be found at TrueSight Capacity Optimization Learning Path.

 

 

 

Dirk Braune Nidhi Gupta Geoffrey Bergren Giorgio Gasparini Avinash Narkhede Snehal Patil Tommy Boatman Anjali Chauhan

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Coming up on October 18, 2018 is BMC’s annual user event, the BMC Exchange in New York City!

 

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During this free event, there will be thought-provoking keynotes including global trends and best practices.  Also, you will hear from BMC experts and your peers in the Digital Service Operations (DSO) track.  Lastly, you get to mingle with everyone including BMC experts, our business partners, and your peers.  Pretty cool event to attend, right? 

 

In the DSO track, we are so excited to have 3 customers tell their stories. 

  • Cerner will speak about TrueSight Capacity Optimization and their story around automation and advanced analytics for capacity and planning future demand.   Check out Cerner’s BizOps 101 ebook
  • Park Place Technologies’ presentation will focus on how they leverage AI technology to transform organizations.
  • Freddie Mac will join us in the session about vulnerability management.  Learn how your organization can protect itself from security threats.  Hear how Freddie Mac is using BMC solutions. 

 

BMC product experts will also be present in the track and throughout the entire event.

  • Hear from the VP of Product Management on how to optimize multi-cloud performance, cost and security
  • Also, hear from experts on cloud adoption.  This session will review how TrueSight Cloud Operations provides you visibility and control needed to govern, secure, and manage costs for AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud services.

 

At the end of the day, there will be a networking reception with a raffle (or 2 or 3).  Stick around and talk to us and your peers.  See the products live in the solutions showcase. Chat with our partners.  Stay around and relax before heading home. 

 

Event Info:

Date: October 18th 2018

When: 8:30am – 7:00pm

  • Keynote begins at 9:30am
  • Track Sessions begin at 1:30pm
  • Networking Reception begins at 5:00pm

Where: 415 5th Ave, NY, NY 10016

 

For more information and to register, click here

 

Look forward to seeing you in NYC!  Oh, and comment below if you are planning to attend!  We are excited to meet you.

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We are very happy to announce the release of TrueSight Capacity Optimization 11.3.01.

 

 

 

Key new features in TrueSight Capacity Optimization 11.3.01 include:

 

  • Enhanced Multi Cloud Support - Extend coverage to include Google Cloud Platform, OOTB views for Microsoft Azure and Optimized recommendations for AWS virtual machines. With this version, thanks to the new Google Cloud Platform - GCP API Extractor, you will be able to collect configuration and performance data of your virtual machines that are provisioned in the Google Cloud Platform (GCP) provider. You can use the collected data to analyze and optimize the capacity of your Google Cloud infrastructure. The new Recommendations page in the AWS EC2 Instances view lists idle and over-allocated virtual machines and provides a set of recommended actions to help you resolve these efficiency issues and reduce your costs. 

 

  • Experience improvements in Views for VSphere, Hyper-V, Capacity Pools, Custom View Templates and Standard Filters

The recommendations for VSphere views have been improved to provide specific actions to address the specific recommendation.  The new Recommendations page in the Hyper-V Overview view provides a set of recommended actions to handle the virtual machines that are idle, over-allocated, and have saturating resources. You can now sort the capacity pools based on the Usage, Risk, or Efficiency score in the ascending or descending order. A number of enhancements have been made to the custom view templates to provide more control for the view administrator to design the content that will be presented in the views. have been made to the standard domain, system and time filters to allow both view administrators and users more flexibility in filtering the content that will be presented in the views.  You can now investigate the capacity and performance issues in your systems by analyzing data collected at a greater granularity (one second).

 

  • Support for one second history data and DynaTrace - You can now investigate the capacity and performance issues in your systems by analyzing data collected at a greater granularity (one second). Configure a Capacity Agent to collect data for specific metrics groups with a greater granularity to perform detailed investigation of the capacity and performance issues in your systems. The maximum granularity that you can configure for data collection is one second. The new Dynatrace ETL module supports data collection from the Dynatrace software intelligence solution.

 

  • Simplified Administration  - Reporting Aging and Automated Purging

You can now configure automated purging of older results of your reports to free up space in the file system. By default, 100 most recent results per report instance are retained, and the older report results are purged.

 

  • and much more ...

 

 

Want to learn more?

Access the release notes of TrueSight Capacity Optimization 11.3.01!

 

Leverage the TrueSight Capacity Optimization - How to Videos playlist to discover the newer and cooler features included in 11.0 version and more.

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We are very happy to announce the release of TrueSight Cloud Cost Control 11.3.01, the cloud service expense management solution that optimizes costs and utilization for multi-cloud infrastructure services, providing insight and control over operating expenditures and budgets.

 

 

 

The 11.3.01 release is significant in many aspects. Key new features and enhancements include:

 

  • Cost Optimization with Resource Usage Recommendations for Multi-Cloud Virtual machines and Saving Scenarios for AWS Reserved Instances
    1. Multi-Cloud Environment - Easily view and analyze the idle and over-allocated virtual machines in your multi-cloud environment and use out-of-the-box recommendations to optimally utilize the environment and reduce your costs.
    2. AWS Reserved InstancesYou can now access summarized and detailed views of all the active reserved instances, whether shared or dedicated, in your infrastructure across all the accounts.reduce your on-demand costs by purchasing AWS reserved instances based on out-of-the-box recommendations. These recommendations are generated after analyzing the currently running on-demand instances across all your AWS accounts.

 

  • Create groups of resources using Cost Pools - The resources in a cost pool can be associated with a specific user, cost center, or department in your organization. You can also assign a budget, and restrict user access to a cost pool.

 

  • Proactive Cloud Budgeting comprising of capabilities such as Budget Allocation to a Business service and Cost pool, Cloud Cost Analysis against Budgets and Notifications for Budget OverageYou can now define budgets for your business services and cost pools based on a budget cycle, proactively analyze the cloud costs of your business services and cost pools against the defined budgets for a budget cycle and receive automatic notifications via emails about the performance of your business services and cost pools against the budgets.

 

  • Enhanced Cloud Migration Simulation with utilization behavior based on Embedded benchmarks for Public Clouds - The simulation process now measures and analyzes the historical resource utilization of the virtual machines to be migrated, and suggests the best or ideal-sized virtual machines on public clouds.

 

  • Gain visibility into your Google Cloud Infrastructure Costs - Analyze and forecast the infrastructure needs of your Google Cloud environment. Detailed views of the cost comparison between public cloud providers and on-premises infrastructure now include Google Cloud.

 

 

Want to learn more?

 

Access the release notes of TrueSight Cloud Cost Control 11.3.01!

 

Get access to the new Free Trial for TrueSight Cloud Cost Control!

 

Leverage the TrueSight Cloud Cost Control - How to Videos playlist to discover the newer and cooler features included in 11.3.01 version and more.

 

 

 

For more information about TrueSight Cloud Cost Control, go to www.bmc.com/cloudcost .

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The Spectre and Meltdown vulnerabilities have been causing significant concern for IT organizations.  These vulnerabilities are in the hardware, not software.  They take advantage of the vulnerability in the CPU design and make the memory content available to unauthorized users exposing sensitive data like passwords and other personal data.  They affect most of the microprocessors produced in the last 20 years.

 

Operating System vendors are offering patches to fix these issues.  However, these patches are causing up to 30 percent performance degradation.

 

You can ensure you have the necessary compute resources with TrueSight Capacity Optimization and avoid application performance degradation.

 

Here's how:

 

  • Determine the performance impact due to the patch

The impact on the system performance due to the patch depends on the type of workload.  Measure the performance impact by performing patch testing in a safe environment.  This article from Red Hat provides some guidance on how performance characteristics might change based on various workload types.

 

  • Understand the impact on residual capacity

Before the patch is applied, simulate the impact of applying the patches using a “what-if” event analysis in a time-forecast model.  This simulates increased CPU utilization and allows you to verify if server CPU usage would go beyond acceptable thresholds.

 

The increase in CPU utilization used for the what-if simulation can be applied uniformly to all impacted systems using a single value like 20-30%.  Alternatively, you can apply multiple values for CPU utilization increase to show the impact for servers running different workloads types.

 

  • Determine the necessary capacity to satisfy service levels

For systems that do not have enough capacity to avoid performance degradation, you can determine the corrective action by performing “what-if” analysis.  This will identify the additional resources required.  You can upgrade the systems or increase the number of systems and distribute the workloads to support the capacity needs.

 

  • Visibility and utilization analysis

Once the appropriate capacity is allocated and systems are updated with the patches, use TrueSight Capacity Optimization views to understand the ongoing system performance and resource needs.

 

For examples on how to implement “what-if” analysis in time-forecasting models, view this video.

 

For more information about how BMC solutions can help you with the patching process for the Spectre and Meltdown vulnerabilities, read this blog.

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What's New in TrueSight Capacity Optimization v11.0 On-demand Webinar is now available to you!

 

We recently announced availability of TrueSight Capacity Optimization 11.0 and we know you are eager to learn more about it!

 

Watch the recorded webinar to hear more directly from the experts!

 

 

Want to learn more?

Access the release notes of TrueSight Capacity Optimization 11.0!

 

Have a look at the 'What's new in TrueSight Capacity Optimization 11.0' deck!

 

Leverage the TrueSight Capacity Optimization - How to Videos playlist to discover the newer and cooler features included in 11.0 version and more.

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TrueSight Cloud Cost Control provides a view of on-premises and public cloud virtual machines and their resource utilization and cost.

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Watch the following video to see how.

Want to learn more?

Please comment to let us know what else you would like to know about monitoring your TrueSight environment.

Want to watch more?

You can find more how-to videos on YouTube in the TrueSight Cloud Cost Control | How-To Videos playlist.

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We are very excited to announce you that TrueSight Cloud Cost Control has been released and it is now available to you!

 

TrueSight Cloud Cost Control is a new cost management solution part of the TrueSight product family. It analyzes current and future costs and utilization of multi-cloud infrastructure services, which gives organizations insight and control over expenses. With a single view of on-premises and public cloud infrastructure spend, they can track and analyze costs and utilization, identify overspending, and forecast future costs.

 

BMC announced TrueSight Cloud Cost Control as one of the new solutions that will help customers in maximizing the benefits of the cloud. Click the following link and watch the replay of the announcement video from BMC at BMC Exchange 2017 - Keynote Presentation.

 

 

Key new features in TrueSight Capacity Optimization 11.0 include ability to:

 

  • Gain visibility into your multi-cloud infrastructure costs
    • Single-pane view of the actual and forecasted multi-cloud costs, at a monthly and yearly level.
    • Out-of-the-box cost reporting views - access summarized and detailed views of the cost comparison between your public cloud providers, Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure, and on-premises infrastructure, based on following dimensions: Cloud provider, Cloud service, Business service and Server

 

  • Create customized cloud reports based on business needs - Use the flexible filtering capability to create customized cost reports that can be exported and shared as needed. For example, track the top ten most expensive resources and identify unused resources, idle resources, or all costs and resources for a specific location.

 

  • Simulate the migration of your servers to the public cloud - Use the migration simulation feature to review and analyze the future cost estimates and cost trends of migrating your on-premises servers to the public cloud. This information can help you decide whether you should continue to use your on-premises servers, migrate them to a public cloud, or migrate them from one cloud to another.

 

Want to learn more?

Get registered to the Live webcast: Avoid Sticker Shock!  Gain Control of Your Multi-Cloud Costs  - scheduled for today - Oct,18th 2017 at 12 PM CST !

 

Access the release notes of TrueSight Cloud Cost Control 11.0!

 

Get access to the new Free Trial for TrueSight Cloud Cost Control!

 

Leverage the TrueSight Cloud Cost Control - How to Videos playlist to discover the newer and cooler features included in 11.0 version and more.

 

 

 

For more information about TrueSight Cloud Cost Control, go to www.bmc.com/cloudcost .

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Version 2.0 of the View Migration Toolkit for TrueSight Capacity Optimization it is now available! Updated installation package is attached to this page.

With release of TrueSight Capacity Optimization (TSCO) v11.0, as part of the  Capacity Views Transformation process, access to all capacity views (both out-of-the box views and custom views) is only allowed through the TrueSight console UI. For more information about the TrueSight console, see Accessing and navigating the TrueSight console .

 

Thanks to this important change, you will need to migrate your custom views to TrueSight console before upgrading to TSCO v11.0 to be able to continue to use them.

 

Attached here you find a View Migration Toolkit that will help you in migrating your custom views from the TrueSight Capacity Optimization console to the TrueSight console.

 

The View Migration Toolkit requires TrueSight Capacity Optmization v10.7.01.

 

 

Migration process overview is displayed in the picture below:

 

IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER

  • The View Migration Toolkit is provided “as is” on the Capacity Optimization community, outside the scope of product maintenance and BMC Support.

 

  • Each view generated by the View Migration Toolkit must be intended as only a "skeleton" that could help the migration from pre-11.x views to 11.x views in the TrueSight console. It is expected that user intervention may be required in any of the pages to restore or enhance the view.
    • All the pages of the original view might not be fully migrated; some pages couldhave been partially converted or even not converted at all
    • Not all the features of the original view could have been converted
    • There is no guarantee that the behavior of the previous view is maintained
    • Some pages might need manual configurations to work properly

 

 

To start using the View Migration Toolkit download the attached zip file and un-zip it in a folder on your local. In the final folder you will find also a PDF document with instructions about how to use the tool.

 

For any questions, please post on the Capacity Optimization community to get answers from other users and TrueSight Capacity Optimization team.

 

Feel free to share your experience with us! Your opinion is very important to us!

 

Enjoy your migration!

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We are very pleased to inform you that TrueSight Capacity Optimization 11.0 has been released and it is now available to you!

 

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Key new features in TrueSight Capacity Optimization 11.0 include:

 

 

  • Enhanced support for public cloud - With this version, thanks to the new best-practice view for Amazon Web Services (AWS), you will be able to easily view and manage the capacity of your EC2 instances and EBS volumes. The views provide an overview of available capacity, utilization, trends, and residual capacity in terms of CPU, memory, and datastore utilization for each entity and automatically identify for you Idle EC2 Instances to help you increase efficiency in usage of public cloud resources and save money. Enhanced integration for both AWS and Microsoft Azure has been also included in this version to improve the ability to manage public cloud resources being able to also automatically import related business services details

 

  • Capacity Views Transformation - All capacity views (both out-of-the box views and custom views) are now available on TS Console UI. You will be able to access all your views from your mobile devices such as tablets. Moreover, you gain the ability to create and structure more powerful custom views in the mobile-ready UI with a minimal need of programming skills thanks to the addition of new view pages templates like visual map template and time forecasting template that have been released as part of  the feature pack 1 for TSCO 10.7. In addition to Capacity Pools view and best-practices views for Virtualized Environments, Hadoop, Storage and Network now also Cloud Views, Server Views and DataCenter view are available into the modern and interactive web-based UI which brings you enhanced capacity visibility and improved ability to optimize your infrastructure costs and reduce business risks thus achieving a significantly decrease in time to value

 

  • New web-based Investigate tool - The Investigate tool is now available in the modern, web-based TrueSight console, which you can access from a web browser or a mobile device. With the new simplified workflow of the Investigate tool, you can easily create charts and tables, known as investigate studies, to achieve the following goals:
    • Proactively watch the capacity and performance of your systems
    • View the capacity and performance data in near real-time
    • Perform ad-hoc troubleshooting and root-cause analysis for problems on a specific system

 

  • Support for Kubernetes - A new integration for Kubernetes provides you with the ability to manage your container resources orchestrated via Kubertenes. This integration allows you to extract both performance and configuration data across different components of the Kubernetes system. Also, it allows you to capture relationships and logical dependencies among entities such as clusters, nodes, namespaces, deployments, and pods. Along with the connector, a brand new best-practices view for Kubernetes is provided. Kubernetes view supports the Kubernetes cluster orchestration system, a leading solution to manage cloud-native containerized environments. You can leverage Kubernetes view to address some of most relevant challenges arising in containerized environments, including understanding the residual capacity, identifying bottleneck resources and predicting saturation dates both at the infrastructure level (cluster and nodes) and at the application level (deployments and pods)

 

  • Enhanced support for storage - Improved support for Storage with new integration for high-performance flash storage systems like Dell EMC Unity and Pure Storage and enhanced visiblity into storage capacity with support for Dell EMC Unity and Pure Storage in the best-practices Storage View

 

  • and more....

 

Want to learn more?

Access the release notes of TrueSight Capacity Optimization 11.0!

 

Have a look at the 'What's new in TrueSight Capacity Optimization 11.0' deck!

 

Leverage the TrueSight Capacity Optimization - How to Videos playlist to discover the newer and cooler features included in 11.0 version and more.

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Assisted Self-Paced Learning = Learning for All... Anywhere, Anytime !!!

 

" Flexibility in learning methodology " is the buzzword for quite some time now. From mouth watering recipes to rocking zumba sessions, everything can be learned in your own comfort zone, at the time suitable to you, and without the need attend a classroom session. That's why we asked ourselves, " why can't we take the training to the student, instead of requiring the student to attend a training? "

 

So here they are - two brand new assisted-self paced offerings for TrueSight Capacity Optimization 10.x. Now you don't need to travel all the way, or sit in one class and complete all the lab exercises in one go. Register for learning, and complete it at your pace, anytime within the specified period. Not only that, for every day, you also get a half-an hour interaction with the instructor.

 

For more details access the BMC TrueSight Capacity Optimization 10.x Learning Path.

 

To know more about the ASP modality, access the ASP Infographic and Assisted Self-Paced Program Guide.

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