Released: January 2021
Capacity Planner release notes contain the list of all new or enhanced features and a list of all issues fixed in the current release.
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These are the highlights of this release:
- New Azure specific Exec report.
- You can add a machine to a list of instances that will be ignored from recommendations.
- You can set the value for memory and CPU utilisation while interactively right-sizing and right-buying.
- Inactivity highlighting in the timeburst.
These are the new features and enhancements of this release:
|Issue key||Release description|
|ICP-1772||The recommendations panel now includes details of changes that could have been applied to machines that are no longer running, and the savings that could have been made if those instances had been run more efficiently.|
|ICP-1837||If a saved report makes reference to a grouping value filter that does not exist in the data set, the report will not run. As a workaround, change the filter to ensure that only grouping values present in the data set are used.|
|ICP-1868||An Azure specific Exec report is now available to present insight and trends into compute costs.|
|ICP-2030||The timeburst has been improved to load and operate faster on very large scale environments.|
|ICP-2031||You can now identify instances that should not be included in recommendations for right-sizing. For example, machines that are already fully optimised and should not be changed.|
|ICP-2200||You can now auto-generate an optimised savings plan value for a collection of instances by right- clicking any grouping in a sunburst and selecting an appropriate option.|
|ICP-2320||You can now set the value for memory and CPU utilisation while interactively right-sizing and right-buying. The current chosen statistical measure can be overridden and, if there is no data available for a metric, a default value can be chosen.|
|ICP-2328||The timeburst configuration options now allow you to highlight areas of the heatmap that meet a particular chosen threshold. You can configure your own threshold and apply it to the timeburst. You can also view a summation of the times when instances meet the threshold criteria on the skyline and the right hand side timeseries.|
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