Friday Jun 28, 2013

Ops Center 12.1.4 Released

Ops Center version 12.1.4.0.0, an update for 12c, has just been released. There are a few new features. The biggest one is support for multiple Automated Installer install services, which means that you can provision any version of Oracle Solaris 11, rather than just one. We've also added support for multi-file VM templates, and enhanced the network configuration support for vServers. You can take a look at the What's New document for more information about the new features.

If you're already using Ops Center, you can download the 12.1.4 upgrade through the UI, or get it from the Oracle Tech Network or from e-delivery. The Upgrade chapter in the Admin Guide explains how to perform the upgrade.

Monday Apr 01, 2013

Version 12.1.3 is released

Version 12.1.3 of Ops Center was just released. There are some bug fixes, but also some feature additions and enhancements:

  • New hardware and virtualization support: Oracle VM Server for SPARC 3.0, Oracle SPARC T5-1B, T5-2, and T5-4 are all supported.
  • Improved performance for adding Oracle Solaris 11 ISOs to the library.
  • Enhanced logical domain guest support: You can now attach a network multiple times to a logical domain using the same vswitch.
  • Better display of incidents' alert status in the dashboard.

You can download the new version through the UI, or get it from the Oracle Technology Network or e-Delivery.

Take a look at the documentation library for more information. The Upgrade chapter tells you how to upgrade, and the "What's New In This Release" goes into more detail about the new features.

Friday Dec 07, 2012

Agent Controller update

There's an updated version of the Ops Center 12.1.2 Agent Controller available which fixes an upgrade issue on Oracle Solaris 10 and an installation issue on Oracle Solaris 11.

Take a look at the readme for information about whether you should upgrade, and if so, how to do so. Upgrade instructions are available in the Administration Guide.

Friday Nov 09, 2012

Ops Center Update 2 is available!

Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center Release 1, Update 2 (12.1.2.0.0) is available.

This release includes support for Oracle Solaris 11.1 and Oracle Linux 6.3, support for HMP 2.2.3, improved options for adding users from remote directory servers, and a few other useful features. A list of new features is in What's New. You can view the documentation online, or you can download a zip file of the library from the Overview tab.

If you're running Ops Center in connected mode, the updates are delivered to the UI. If you are in disconnected mode or have not yet installed Ops Center, you can go to the Ops Center download page to get the latest release. Before installing or upgrading to Ops Center 12c Update 2, review the Release Notes for things to watch out for, then see the upgrade instructions in the Administration Guide.


Wednesday Sep 05, 2012

Update for Oracle Solaris Agents

There's an update available for S10 and S11 Agents that fixes a few known Agent issues.

The Upgrade chapter of the Admin Guide explains how to get it. Basically, you can download it through the UI if you're in connected mode, through the Ops Center Downloads option under Administration. You can also download it from the OTN.

Monday Jul 30, 2012

Update for Oracle Solaris 11 Agents

There's an update available for Oracle Solaris 11 Agent Controllers. If you are on S11, this update could help you avoid an issue during OS provisioning, where the OSP doesn't automatically accept the license of packages installed by IPS, causing the provisioning to fail.

You can download and apply the update through the UI, or download it from the OTN. The Upgrade chapter in the Admin guide has the instructions for downloading and applying the new update.

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