802.1X information shows which endpoints have authenticated, are undergoing authentication, or have failed to authenticate to the network. This information is available to view in two locations from CloudVision: the 802.1X page in the Devices application, and the Dashboards application.

Whenever CVP code is upgraded (either by the user on-prem, or automatically, on CVAAS), built-in studios are also upgraded. In some cases, the workspace containing that update may not be auto-submitted. There are typically one of two reasons behind this. Either the studio upgrade impact's device's running config (and we want the user to review the changes), or the new studio isn't building because of some error in the workspace.

Action bundles can be created within the Template editor. Based on the selected Action Bundle, the rule container will expose extra fields for the user to provide inputs.  If the bundle has a Task action, or an action with a DeviceID argument set to Provide via template, the rule will ask the user to define the Device Filter. 

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.

Since Device Config diffing is a very important aspect of managing our hardware, we should make sure that this diffing is as convenient as possible. With that we have introduced a few improvements to our diffing component. These improvements range from UX convenience features to performance enhancers.

When there are a large number of configlets assigned to devices, it becomes important to have a fast and easy way to view configlets assigned to a device. To facilitate this, we have introduced multiple enhancements to the Device Configuration page that makes it easier for a user to navigate the configuration of their devices.

The Event Notification system is the mechanism that sends alerts when certain events occur the behavior of which is specified by the user.

Input errors from a failed build are now highlighted in Studios. Previously, after a workspace build failed, the Workspace Build Summary will show a list of reasons for the failure.

This feature adds additional functionality to the Settings > Access Control > Providers page behind the “Expanded Custom Provider Creation” beta toggle. Enabling the toggle will allow users to create and name multiple custom OAuth and SAML providers. 

Several new features related to the studio development are added. These features are turned off for Inventory & Topology Studio. 

The syslog export feature allows users to export audit logs to external server endpoints and monitor the status of these exports using CloudVision.

The TAC Bundle Action is a newly available Custom Action Script that can be used to generate a support bundle containing various EOS logs (tech-support, agent logs and quick traces, syslog, accounting, etc.) on selected devices. This can be useful for an investigation during a TAC case, or even as a proactive measurement before

In a future release, we plan to drop support for device authentication via ingest key completely.To help the customer with this process, we are adding this event that flags all devices running with ingest key authentication.

There are two improvements that have been added to the existing Variable Panel for the 2022.3.0 release.