Released: December 2019
Capacity Planner release notes contain the list of all new or enhanced features and a list of all issues fixed in the current release.
To view the recent highlights in Capacity Planner, see What's New in Capacity Planner.
These are the highlights of this release:
- The right-sizing operation in Forward Thinking has been enhanced to provide more flexibility. You can now specify a minimum number of vCPUs to be used in the operation and the minimum allowable memory configuration. You can also configure the buffer used when ensuring a level of headroom is available after right-sizing.
- A new dynamic grouping has been created that will automatically tag any workload with low or high levels of activity based on the selected summary model.
- A new data insertion API has been created, allowing for more flexibility with regards to submitting data for modelling with Capacity Planner.
These are the new features and enhancements of this release:
|Issue key||Release description|
|ICP-1183||The flexibility of right-sizing workloads has been improved. You can now specify a minimum CPU count when downsizing and change the allowable headroom buffer from the current default 70%.|
|ICP-1171||API now allows for full creation of entities, metrics, grouping values, and the recording of time series data. Using API, you can now create an application-specific physical baseline.|
|ICP-1154||Custom models can now be created at five minute granularity, for example, between 12:45 and 18:35.|
|Reports can now represent entities such as servers, machines, and instances that are no longer modelled in the current default baseline window.|
|Capacity Planner now detects inactive workloads and cloud instances during processing time, and makes them available as a grouping in the sunburst. It creates an Activity grouping for all workloads, with the value determined at processing time.|
When a session times out, the user is now correctly logged out and the UI reflects that.
These are the issues we have fixed in this release:
|Issue key||Release description|
|ICP-1249||It is now possible to resize the Storage panel in resolutions greater than
|The issue with capacity time series extending beyond the resource utilisation for machines that are present in the estate but not generating resource utilisation has been fixed.|
|ICP-1207||The options in the export metadata window are now displayed correctly.|
|ICP-1163||The cache used on the user interface when certain modelling activities have taken place is now always refreshed correctly.|
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