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Release Notes for Cisco UCS Add-in, Release 1.0
For Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager
First Published: July 2013Last Updated: October, 2013Part Number: OL-30256-02
This document describes the system requirements, new features, information about the images, known caveats, and workarounds for Cisco UCS Add-in, Release 1.0, for Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager. This document also includes current information that became available after the technical documentation was published.
Use these release notes as a supplement with the other documents listed under:
Make sure to review other available documentation on Cisco.com to obtain the most current information about Cisco UCS Add-in, Release 1.0.
This document includes the following sections:
Table 1 shows the revision history:
Part Number Revision Date Description
Updated release notes for Cisco UCS Add-in, Release 1.0(1)
Updated release notes for Cisco UCS Add-in, Release 1.0(2)
Online History Changes
The Cisco UCS Add-in for Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager (SCVMM) provides an extended user interface to the SCVMM which enables hypervisor management.
Before installing the Cisco UCS Add-in, ensure that the system meets or exceeds the following minimum requirements:
•Windows PowerShell 2.0 or 3.0
•NET Framework4 or above
•System Center 2012 SP1 Virtual Machine Manager or System Center 2012 R2 Virtual Machine Manager
Note You can find installation and upgrade information for System Center Virtual Machine Manager on the Microsoft website.
New Features in Release 1.0
This section briefly describes the features introduced in Cisco UCS Add-in, Release 1.0. For detailed information about the features listed, see the documents listed in the "Related Documentation" section.
New Features in Release 1.0(2)
This is a maintenance release with resolved defects reported by the customers. See "Resolved Caveats" section for the list of defects that are fixed in this release.
New Features in Release 1.0(1)
Cisco UCS Add-in Release 1.0(1) includes the following new key features:
•Mapping of the hypervisor host with blade or rack servers on which it is installed
•Adding or removing a UCS domain
•Registering multiple UCS domains
•Grouping features for registered UCS domains
•Viewing blade and rack server details
•Viewing firmware details of blade and rack servers
•Viewing fault information of blade and rack servers
•Viewing service profiles and service profile template details of blade and rack servers
•Performing actions on UCS managed blade and rack servers
•Launching the host (server) KVM console
•Managing the desired power state of blade and rack servers
•Switching locator LEDs on and off
•Associating a service profile to a server
•Disassociating a service profile from a server
•Creating a service profile from a service profile template
•Acknowledging fault and clone operations for a service profile
Cisco UCS Add-in, Release 1.0. has the following limitations:
•Manually refresh the tree hierarchy to reflect any change made to the hierarchy.
•Refresh the user interface using a timer to reflect any change made on the UCS.
•KVM fails to launch from the add-in.
•User interface takes a long time to refresh data.
Resolved Caveats for Cisco UCS Add-in, Release 1.0(2)
This section lists the resolved caveats for this release.
Open Caveats across Cisco UCS Add-in, Release 1.0
This section lists the open caveats in Release 1.0(1) and Release 1.0(2).
For more information, you can access related documents from the following links:
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