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Have you waited for LaMa 3.0 SP25?

The wait is over! SAP Landscape Management 3.0 SP25 is ready for download starting today.

As usual in my feature blog posts, I would like to highlight 3 new capabilities that were released with this feature support pack. All other innovations and improvements can be found in the “What’s New” section on our SAP Help Portal for SAP Landscape Management.

We’re really excited to announce our newest addition to SAP Landscape Management’s automation studio capabilities – introducing the REST [API] type. This new provider definition type helps to integrate with 3rd party solutions very easily via REST API calls. You can even call SAP Landscape Management itself with functionalities available via REST API. As we’re so proud about this innovation we will publish a more detailed blog post soon. Once available I will update my blog post and share the link in this community. But you should also find it featured on the Community Page for SAP Landscape Management.
Update on Nov 30, 2022: the promised blog post is available now => read here

Another improvement we added to this release is the Cluster Management capability for RedHat Pacemaker. We already did this for SUSE Pacemaker a while ago. Now you can leverage integrated cluster operations for RedHat Pacemaker as well. A more detailed blog post will tell you everything about this soon.
Update on Dec 2, 2022: you can find it here.

We got feedback from customers what should be improved in the Kernel Update functionality. It is now possible to update the SAP system kernel using kernel correction archives.

I hope you enjoyed my quick intro to SP25. Don’t wait any longer and update your version of SAP Landscape Management to the latest SP.

Further information

=> What’s New in 3.0 SP25 Enterprise Edition
=> SAP Note 3165471 – SAP Landscape Management 3.0 SP25
=> Introducing the REST API Provider in SAP Landscape Management Enterprise Edition (LaMa)
=> Integration of SUSE Linux Enterprise High Availability Extension and Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.x and 8.x High Availability Clusters with SAP Landscape Management 3.0

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