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I am very excited to announce that we have released the next version of Opalis to manufacturing (RTM) and will be available for download very shortly!
Opalis 6.3 brings a wealth of integration capability to the System Center suite, including 4 new Integration Packs and support for the latest Windows Server platforms.
Included in Opalis 6.3 are:
I will be posting a lot more information over the coming days, with interviews with the Product Teams, deep dives into each of the new Integration Packs and a lot more samples and quick start guidance.
Well done to the Opalis engineering teams on a great release.
Coming soon – The Opalis 6.3 Download Links!
Adam Hall Sr. Technical Product Manager, Opalis
Is there a list of all vendors plugging into Opalis?
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