It is possible to have MSS-G configuration pushed automatically to CloudVision from an external system. This document covers the use of Forescout eyeSegment for policy definition and eyeSight for segment assignment.

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.

When a device enters maintenance mode, this event will be triggered. The event will stay active while the device stays in maintenance mode.

New releases of CloudVision may introduce new built-in studios or enhancements to existing built-in studios.  Occasionally, these updates may feature improvements and other changes to the configuration template used by the studio and are included as part of the CloudVision release. 

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.

Every switch managed by CVP uses TerminAttr to stream updates to CVP and every one of these TerminAttr connections needs to be authenticated. Authentication is provided via shared key or certificates. 

The device memory usage prediction event monitors the historical device memory usage via the MemAvailable metric and from this data generates a predicted future value which can be subject to a threshold above which to alert the user on. 

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. 

Customers who have subinterfaces configured have the possibility to view them alongside regular interfaces. Subinterface counters on EOS are a hardware feature that is disabled by default.