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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 ...

 

 

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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.

 

 

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Access the release notes of TrueSight Cloud Cost Control 11.3.01!

 

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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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