RayVentory 12.0

Adds automated detection and inventory of Docker instances.
July 09, 2020 - 10:44
New Version


  • RayVentory Portal is now called RayVentory Scan Engine.
  • Recognition and inventory of Docker instances.
  • RayVentory now has a multi-language UI and supports English and German.
  • Improved overview of Inventory Wizard and structured inventory logging.
  • Added new configurable option, which can be used to "tag" or annotate devices.
  • Configurable inventory health indicator.
  • Improved inventory viewer.
  • Improved logging of file scan on UNIX machines for better troubleshooting.
  • It is now possible to define custom timeouts separately for each inventory method type.
  • New context menu item Import from Active Directory has been added in the New operation view.
  • Default and minimum column sizes are now optimized for a better initial display and column resizing.
  • In the Inventory Wizard there is a slightly toned-down version of disabled tiles in case a required method being disabled.
  • Timeouts for JRE search have been adjusted so that the scanning of non-Oracle devices terminates faster and does not block progress unnecessarily.
  • Solaris scan has been improved to include all virtual adapters.
  • Logging and error reporting is now more accurate when there are missing results from mandatory WMI queries (Zero-Touch Windows Inventory).
  • It is now possible to see the exact component versions and copy them to the clipboard.
  • Various methods responsible for UNIX inventory now have adjusted timeouts ensuring that there is enough time for execution. In case of failures, progress is not blocked for too long.
  • Logging for Linux/Unix Oracle Automatic Discovery and Inventory has been improved.
  • OracleDB inventory now retries with loop-back address in case of network errors.
  • A new column and status indicating Oracle Auto Discovery and Inventory status has been added in the Devices view.
  • Additional SID patterns are now ignored by ORATRACK for better and cleaner results.
  • Task scheduler performance and memory consumption has been improved.
  • Updated OJDBC drivers for ORATRACK.
  • An extra check for another RayVentory instance has been added.
  • Zero-Touch UNIX Inventory scanning now supports BEA/IBM/Oracle WebLogic packages.
  • Searching for Java on Linux/UNIX devices has been improved.
  • Better handling of edge-cases for NDI lookup for Zero-Touch OracleDB scans.
  • Zero-Touch UNIX scan now support symlinks.
  • Input values (like host name, service name, IP address etc.) are now automatically trimmed when saving connection details.
  • Querying for 32-bit and 64-bit paths is now simpler to set-up.
  • Running Oracle Auto Discovery and Inventory locally is now possible without remote execution.
  • Oracle entries have now an option to specify more host names, and the tnsnames.ora importer is able to populate them.
  • Zero-Touch UNIX inventory now returns LPAR related data in a fashion similar to ndtrack.exe.
  • MD5 token in NDI files is now set to a dummy value if content and MD5 were disabled for a file scan.
  • The syntax of custom WMI queries has been extended to allow enabling and disabling of rules.
  • Searching for Java has been improved.
  • Task scheduler UI is now hidden if the service is not installed. Additionally, the task scheduler can trigger tasks from the command line.
  • There is now information added for all Oracle entries, which informs about the host name of the parent server, where the instance was found.
  • For a better portability, configuration files try to use compacted paths and variables whenever possible.
  • A new filter option has been added in the Task Scheduler Inventory. It let users distinct unspecified device types from all device types.
  • Microsoft SQL Server 2005 has been added to the list of instances recognized by Zero-Touch Windows Inventory.
  • Better logging of commands by RIU module.
  • Internal logging of OracleDB operations has been improved.
  • Stability and handling of edge cases of SNMP and discovery methods have been improved.
  • Connection items now have hidden information about last update time.
  • Zero-Touch UNIX inventory now produces better logs.
  • There is now a new setting used for the granular selection of devices to be scanned, which distinguishes between scanning all devices versus newly found devices.
  • BEQUEATH connections for Oracle Database Feature Usage Scans are now supported for remote execution scenarios.
  • Some WMI queries for Zero-Touch Windows scans have been improved.
  • It is now possible to separate Oracle ports with comma.
  • Recent section is now hidden if there is nothing to show.
  • Action center has now a reveal effect when opening.
  • Updated wmitrack.ini to include Win32_Service namespace.
  • RIW (command line) tokens can be now split with comma and semi-colon.
  • The device overview has been improved when displaying empty data with no previous computers or results.
  • When a single host fails in the vSphere inventory scan, others are still reported
  • Key file has been renamed to Open SSL key file to avoid confusion.
  • Improved utilization of temporary resources.
  • Support for virtual adapters scan via dladm on Solaris 11.4 and 10.5 has been implemented in the Zero-Touch UNIX inventory.
  • Improved UNIX file-scan in regards of usability, efficiency and compatibility.
  • Improved logging of OracleDB inventory scans.
  • Added configurable behavior for app compatibility flags for ndtrack on a remote system.
  • Improved memory consumption and CPU thread utilization for long-running, resource-intensive operations (like bulk inventory with file scan) of Microsoft Windows machines using Zero-Touch methods.
  • Error messages for some edge case scenarios (for example missing libraries) have been enhanced and improved for easier troubleshooting.
  • Support for in-memory database features has been added.
  • The activation dialog is now easier to use and presents the most important information about the current license directly after starting.
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