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What's New in CMS 10.32

Version 10.32 of the Configuration Management System consists of Universal CMDB 10.32 (UCMDB) and Universal Discovery 10.32 (UD). Version 10.32 is released in the same time frame with UCMDB Browser version 4.13 and Content Pack 23.00.

This release makes the Automated Service Modeling (ASM) open to any customer with a UD (full) license. Plus, the release extends the features that were introduced in version 10.30 and 10.31, including enhancements to the hybrid user management feature, support for LDAP dynamic groups, extended support matrix coverage, and new discovery content and integrations. Continued from the previous release, new modules are being migrated from the Administration module in UCMDB UI into the UCMDB Browser, with the introduction of the new LDAP Manager and Probe Dashboard.

The main items that are introduced in this release are:

  • Administration and supportability

    • Enhancements to the hybrid user management feature, including support for CAC and LW-SSO

    • Support for LDAP dynamic groups
    • Extended support matrix coverage
  • Discovery Content and Integrations

    • Discovered operating systems:

      • Added support for Universal Discovery agent, utilization plug-in, and scanner for the following operating systems: XenServer 6, 7
    • New and extended discoveries:

      • Microsoft Azure Discovery: Changed the discovery mechanism and added new resources
      • New capabilities of the existing Amazon Web Services Discovery job: Amazon EC2 Container Registry (Amazon ECR), Amazon EC2 Container Service (ECS), and Elastic Load Balancing Discovery

    • Updated versions for discovered applications: IBM HTTP Server 9.0, IBM WebSphere Application Server 9.0, VMware ESXi 6.5, and VMware vCenter 6.5
    • Integrations:

      • Added the Arxscan Arxview Integration
      • Added support for new versions for integrating with other applications: Microsoft SCCM 2016, Micro Focus NNMi 10.21, and HPE OneView 3.0
  • Enhancements and improvements to UCMDB Browser, including

    • New CMS-LDAP Manager module in the Administration Console
    • New Probe Dashboard in the Administration Console
    • Export the topology map in the SVG format
  • Automated Service Modeling - Starting with this release, ASM license is not needed to leverage the ASM model (UD license is needed for any discovered OSI within ASM)

Database performance improvement

When you have more probes in your environment, the Oracle or SQL database server performance during discovery can be improved with the introduction of a new configurable infrastructure setting Set Max Objects For Insert Results. This setting allows you to set the maximum number of merge queries in a transaction for the CCM_DISCOVERY_DESTS_RESULTS table (default value: 50). It takes effect immediately and does not require server restart. For more details, see How to Set Maximum Objects for Insert Results in the Universal CMDB Data Flow Management Guide.