The Certificate Authority Rotation feature included in a previous release has been expanded to include a custom validity period. When rotating a certificate authority (CA) you can now define how long the certificate is valid for.

This release includes an update to the Traffic Flows, Events, and Compliance panels and two new dashboard elements: Layouts.The layouts provide you with further ways to structure and control the layout of your dashboards by combining panels into a single display.

The Streaming Telemetry Agent studio now allows you to enable streaming to multiple clusters. In addition, you can now configure a number of flags, including OpenConfig streaming, which previously had to be configured via EOS CLI.

The Help Center is an in-product documentation service. You will have access to new and detailed information on all CloudVision features and functionalities. The Help Center is designed to provide this information quickly and with minimal user effort.

Rule Labels are optional conditions in Event Notifications for sending notifications to receiver platforms. Using rule labels allows you to create more complex notification rules in relation to generated events.

A new suite of actions are available in Actions, which can perform additional operations on devices. Just like with the existing actions, they are added to a change control operation. Being able to provision devices during a change control provides you with more granular control over the actions in a change control operation.

The streaming agent and other applications communicate to CloudVision using mutual-TLS certificates signed by a local CA. In order to prevent the CA from expiring, you will need to rotate the CA. Once rotated, the CA is valid for one hundred years.

You can enable login to CloudVision via an Identity Provider (IDP) instead of directly through the CloudVision application. When a user logs in to the IDP and their identity is verified, that verification will be used to access CloudVision.

Topology Hierarchy Manager allows you to construct custom topology frameworks for your network. This means that you can customize the topology layout and how devices are mapped to it in a way that best reflects your network.

A filter is used to exclude devices from the topology view. When a filter is enabled, a notification will be displayed in the topology view.How filters function in Topology has been reworked and redesigned. You can now create permanent filters, which are saved in the Filters section of Topology. These filters can be enabled or disabled at any time.

Every panel now has four new appearance settings that you can configure. Show Title: Select whether to display the title or not

A new event advises when the CloudVision SSL certificate is expiring. The event will alert users 90 days in advance of certificate expiration.

Users can now preview dashboards from the main dashboards screen. This allows users to see a windowed version of the selected dashboard that can be interacted with.

The CloudVision Health dashboard is a built-in dashboard packaged with CloudVision. It provides panels displaying metrics for the cluster. 

This is an optional feature that can be enabled to automatically upgrade the EOS image of any device through ZTP. It ensures that all ZTP-enabled devices in your network have a minimum EOS image version.

Per-Studio RBAC is a new feature that provides CloudVision users with granular control over access permissions for individual studios. A relevant user can grant differing permissions to other users for both management and input configuration of individual studios. 

The Preload feature is used to streamline any change control operations that include an image upgrade. When a change control contains an image upgrade, the Preload feature can be used to create another change control operation that will download the required EOS image versions for each device.

The AQL panel is a dashboard element that allows you to create custom data displays using the CloudVision Advanced Query Language (AQL). This gives you complete control over what data the panel displays and how it displays it, because you define the inputs and write the AQL query that feeds data to the panel.

The Actions feature is used to create, view, and manage change control actions. A change control action can be a task

Studios is our new and powerful tool for managing the configuration of network features. Through a point-and-click interface, you can quickly and easily complete complex tasks without the need for a CLI or any expertise in configuration syntax. It is fully customizable, meaning that you can create and edit your own network features for configuration. This gives you complete control over the configuration of your network.