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What’s New in Skyline – April 2020 Update

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Skyline is VMware’s proactive self-service support service, available to all customers with an active Production or Premier Support contract with VMware. Skyline identifies potential issues and security vulnerabilities within customer environments. For each finding, a recommendation is provided to help you avoid the issue, or secure the environment. Additionally, configuration recommendations are provided. And finally,

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Role-Based Access Control Now Available in Skyline Advisor

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We are excited to announce new features and functionality within Skyline Advisor. These new features are immediately available to you, and does not require an upgrade to your Skyline Collector. The new features available today within Skyline including the following: Role-Based Access Control for Skyline Advisor New First Observed Date for Findings, and Affected Objects

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New Dashboard View and Solution Tags, and More Proactive Issue Identification in Skyline Advisor

We are excited to announce updates to Skyline Advisor. These updates include a new Dashboard view, identification of additional solutions, identification of additional potential issues, and other enhancements. All of this is immediately available to all customers currently receiving proactive support from VMware. Furthermore, this update does not require you to update the Skyline Collector.

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