DynaCenter Release 6.0.0
New Features and Enhancements
DynaCenter now requires either a RedHat Enterprise Linux 6.x 64-bit edition or CentOS 6.x 64-bit edition operating system on the Management Workstation (MWS).
DynaCenter now supports migrating Microsoft Windows Server 2012 Release 1 and Microsoft Windows Server 2012 Release 2 images to Amazon VPC, Amazon GovCloud (US), and Amazon EC2-Classic environments.
DynaCenter now supports assigning an IAM instance role to a deployed server as part of the deploy operation when deploying an image to Amazon.
DynaCenter now supports attaching SSD Elastic Block Store (EBS) volumes up to 2TiB in size to an Amazon EC2 instance when deploying an image to Amazon.
DynaCenter now supports the Amazon EU Frankfurt (eu-central-1) region.
DynaCenter now supports the SoftLayer Paris (PAR01) datacenter.
The DynaCenter agent now supports a new dynamic memory mode that is leveraged during the server capture operation to ensure minimal impact to high memory utilization workloads and/or memory constrained systems. This feature ensures that critical applications continue to run unaffected during the capture process.
Fixed an issue where, under very specific circumstances, license activation might not complete successfully when deploying a Windows image to an Amazon VPC environment.
Fixed an issue where, under certain circumstances, DynaCenter was not releasing the elastic IP used when deploying to Amazon VPC.
Fixed an issue where DynaCenter was removing both the
/etc/cloud directory and any corresponding startup files from the
/etc/init.d directory when deploying an image. DynaCenter will now deploy the
/etc/cloud directory to the target server and will deploy, but turn off, any startup scripts in
Fixed an issue where, under specific circumstances, the Windows DynaCenter agent would not shutdown correctly, which could prevent the agent from upgrading or uninstalling correctly.
Fixed a threading issue that could, under very specific circumstances, cause a capture or deploy operation to hang during the chunking phase of the operation.
Fixed an issue where Oracle Linux 6.x images could not be successfully deployed to Amazon because DynaCenter could not find the Amazon Machine Image (AMI) needed for the deploy operation.
Fixed an issue where, under specific circumstances, the DynaCenter agent would not always successfully process a request to cancel a deploy task.