CloudCenter Suite 5.1 Release Notes
CloudCenter Suite 5.1.0 Release Date: August 19, 2019
November 5, 2019: Updated the Documentation section to list modified pages.
November 9, 2019: Updated the Self-Hosted Release Cadence section below.
SaaS Release Cadence
CloudCenter Suite SaaS is a managed, cloud-based service offered by Cisco. Cisco provides ongoing management, maintenance, and upgrades with end-to-end monitoring and 24/7 customer support. In addition, CloudCenter Suite SaaS offers a large number of pre-built, out-of-the-box integrations and content to ensure that your getting started experience with CloudCenter Suite is seamless. The following aspects of your CloudCenter Suite experience is handled by Cisco:
Preparing the infrastructure based on architectural considerations
Installing , Managing, and Upgrading CloudCenter Suite
Installing, Managing, and Upgrading Modules
Setting up the initial administrator
Managing the cluster
See SaaS Access for additional details
You can purchase CloudCenter Suite SaaS by contacting your Cisco Account Manager or a Cisco sales representative.
Self-Hosted Release Cadence
CloudCenter Suite Self-Hosted allows you to purchase, host, and install the software from Cisco so you can access and manage the entire solution from a remote server or location that is located on your premises. You can choose to deploy CloudCenter Suite by yourself by installing it on-premises (VMware, OpenStack, and so forth) or by using a cloud provider (AWS, GCP, and so forth) as well as use the CloudCenter Suite out-of-the-box integrations to create a custom solution.
Across modules, only releases within the same major/minor versions are supported with each other. For instance, Action Orchestrator 5.1.3 only works with Workload Manager 5.1.2, but Action Orchestrator 5.1.3 with Workload Manager 5.0.1 is not supported.
The CloudCenter Suite has a common installer at the major release level to install, upgrade, and integrate all modules included in the suite.
The CloudCenter Suite installation corresponds directly to each major release, for instance CloudCenter Suite 5.1.
The minor release version is CloudCenter Suite 5.1.0, which is available as installer for ALL components for all supported clouds.
CloudCenter Suite 5.1 includes multiple modules that are available through the Suite Installer and initiated by the Suite Admin.
Each module can have access to additional gateways or endpoints that allow enterprises to add module-specific components.
Each major release can have multiple minor releases at the module level.
The Kubernetes cluster can be upgraded to CloudCenter Suite 5.1.0 from CloudCenter Suite 5.0.x.
The backup and restore functionality is available in CloudCenter Suite 5.1.0.
The following modules are part of CloudCenter Suite 5.1:
The release notes for each module is available in the links listed above.
See Security Considerations for details.
End of Life Notices
The https://docs.cloudcenter.cisco.com website is the home of the following products:
CloudCenter Suite 5.1 and later releases (includes documentation for all modules that are part of the CloudCenter Suite Suite, including the Workload Manager, which is the new name for the legacy CloudCenter platform).
The CloudCenter Platform 4.x releases (the legacy versions of the current Workload Manager).
You can access one of the releases listed above from the dropdown list in the left header bar as displayed in the following screenshot. From any page, you can navigate to a release of choice by selecting the release from this dropdown list.
The site-wide search bar in the header is now moved to the reading pane to ensure easy access and visibility.
The following documentation change was implemented in CloudCenter Suite
CloudCenter Suite 5.1.0 has no known issues.
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