22 Replies Latest reply on Dec 17, 2010 2:28 PM by lycanhunter

    10.1 - what customers are saying...

    chris.lapoint

      For folks who didn't get a chance to participate in the 10.1 Release Candidate program, I wanted to share some of the quotes from RC customers who were kind enough to tell us what they thought.

      We'd love to know what you think as well.   How did your upgrade go?  What's your favorite new feature?

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      "Upgrade went off without a hitch, nice job. AD integration very nice.  Dependencies are very easy to set-up"

      S. Snyder

      Network Engineer

       

      "Dude, the dependency thing is a god send!  The best feature yet.  You have no idea.  I manage 34 sites in a grocery store chain and every time a stores data line goes down I get 20-100 alerts.  This is awesome."

      S. Winters

      IT Infrastructure Manager 

       

      "So far, I like that the VIM stuff that has been included." 

      G. Sample

       

      "The Groups and AD Group Management looks to be awesome as is the new discovery connections and dependencies."

      K. Sparenberg

       

      "Upgrade went well thanks. I like the virtualisation summary page"

      S. Brown

       

      "Far and above the nicest thing is the AD integration.  It will be much easier to manage users and groups of users this way, and so far it is working flawlessly.  Since %70 of our server environment is VMware any added features in this regard is very welcome."

      D. Straley

       

      "Love: 

      Export to PDF! 

      Dependencies/Groups....very nice..will have to play with this 

      AD Group Auth!!!!!!!  Have waited years for this..thank you. 

      Message Center....never thought of combining all those areas but makes interface much easier to find correlated events". 

      B. Duvall

       

      "Home Tab:

      I like the new message center and custom summary

      Network Tab:

      VSAN is awesome!

      Loving the new Virtualization tab"

      K. Pilgram