Welcome to explore the new features in Service Management Unite V1.1.7!
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IBM Service Management Unite (SMU) V1.1.7 is generally available on Dec 6, 2019.
The new release brings the following new features:
New SMU NetView dashboards are provided to show statistics and graphics about overall NetView domains, tasks utilization, and the distribution of sysplex IP connections for distributed dynamic virtual IP addresses (DDVIPAs) and ports. See Over
New dashboards are provided to enable administrators to create, validate, and test automation statements, as well as manage NetView automation tables.
New options View Group Details and Group Actions are available for you to easily understand and modify the behavior of an automation group. You can view detailed group information, move group members, change roles, include, avoid, or exclude systems with the new easy-to-use user interface.
A new dashboard — Exceptional Messages and WTORs is provided for you to view and manage all exceptional messages and Write to Operator with Reply (WTOR) messages. You can delete messages, view canzlog, and reply to WTORs directly from the dashboard.
With the enhanced Configure Service Management Unite dashboard, you can configure the multiple Tivoli® Enterprise Portal Servers (TEPS), System Automation data provider, Operations Analytics - Log Analysis server, Zowe connection, and IBM Z NetView REST server from a single console.
A Docker image that can be deployed to an IBM z/OS® Container Extension (IBM zCX) environment in z/OS V2.4 on IBM z14™ and z15™ systems hardware is provided. You can run SMU natively on a zIIP processor in a native z/OS address space without extensive Linux skills or distributed server hardware.
Multiple TEPS/TEMS is supported. You can view consolidated event and data in SMU dashboards from up to six multiple OMEGAMON® TEPS/TEMS monitoring environments.
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