A new Connectivity Monitor panel allows users to easily view the health of device connections in Dashboards. The Connectivity Monitor panel displays EOS probes, categorizes connections as either Healthy or Unhealthy, and identifies the number of devices involved. By clicking on an Unhealthy connection, you can view the Connectivity Monitor events related to the connection.


Creating a scope, or attribute, for your SAML provider allows you to pass CloudVision roles from the corresponding identity provider to CloudVision. This allows CloudVision user accounts to be automatically created with these roles when a new user logs in with that provider.


Event Rollup allows you to manage the volume of identical events and can be used to flag when an event is recurring. Event Rollup groups together events that are identical except for their timestamps. It does so in two ways: dynamically via the Event List and according to a 24-hour window via the detailed event view. It can be enabled or disabled at will, using the Roll Up toggle.

CloudVision allows users to monitor a device’s environment by displaying graphs for temperature, power supply and fan speed. Power Supply shows the power used at each power socket on the device. Previously users could only view a visualization of output power. A visualization for input power is now available to view.

CloudVision now creates VRF system tags in order to name devices in a VRF. This allows you to identify devices by VRF using the Tag Query Editor, like in Dashboards.

CloudVision now allows you to manage feature licenses for EOS devices in addition to CloudEOS (formerly vEOS) devices. License files, such as those for IPsec, MACsec, and TunnelSec licenses, can be uploaded to CloudVision in order to be viewed, downloaded, or installed onto EOS and CloudEOS devices.

Server ordering allows you to prioritize RADIUS and TACACS+ servers and specify the order that CloudVision should follow when attempting login authentication.

In addition to change control actions, users can now package custom dashboards, export them from one CloudVision cluster, and install them in another. Package IDs and version numbers can be used to update existing packages with version control.

Provisioning Settings allows you to configure a common set of settings to be used when executing provisioning actions.This gives you more control over how Change Control executes actions, such as the ability to tune provisioning timeouts. To configure provisioning settings, go to Settings > Provisioning Settings.

Users will now be able to view a new slave port interface metric in Devices and Dashboards for any device with PTP enabled. The metric communicates which interface is marked as the slave port at a given time, according to the PTP algorithm.

Users will now be able to minimize the number of CloudVision events by grouping related events together. Groups typically include events of the same type or those that are triggered on the same devices or interfaces.

The Packaging feature is used to export custom change control actions from one CloudVision cluster and install them in another. Package IDs and version numbers can be used to update existing packages with version control.