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CVP will generate events when a provisioned device goes out of config or image compliance.  When a device is assigned

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 integration uses TrustSec data from Cisco ISE to create MSS-G configuration to distribute to switches via CloudVision.

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.

MAC/IP Address Search (Beta Feature) NOTE: This is a beta feature and is not enabled by default. In order to enable

CloudVision supports Single Sign-On (SSO) that allows a user to log in once with a single credential from a third-party identity provider. This opt-in feature is introduced to support mapping roles from the identity provider to roles defined in CloudVision in SSO login.

MSS-G or Group-Based Segmentation Security is a security feature that allows users to classify network endpoints into segments and define forwarding policies between segments. A given segment contains a set of hosts that should have identical security properties within the network. 

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. 

This TOI covers the new Omnibox feature released in 2020.3.0. The Omnibox allows users to search across

Starting from CVP 2022.1.0 it is possible to generate a CSR from the Certificates UI on the Settings and Tools page with an optional SAN IP field. Once an external CA provides the certificate from the CSR, it then can be uploaded back to CVP.

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.

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.

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. 

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.

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.

Auth connection timeout configuration allows the user to configure timeout duration that must elapse before an authentication/authorization connection request to RADIUS/TACACS server is retried.

RADIUS/TACACS Server Ordering allows users to change the priority of RADIUS and TACACS servers and specify which server to try and authenticate with first. It is currently an on-prem only beta feature that can be toggled

RADIUS/TACACS Server Ordering allows users to change the priority of RADIUS and TACACS servers and specify which server to try and authenticate with first.

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.

Session Management is a new section on the CloudVision Settings > General Settings page that allows users to

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.

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

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.

CVP shell allows users to choose a deployment type during the configuration step of installation. A deployment type can be understood as a special resource and component model based on a particular use case. This allows users to pick a CVP profile that fits their specific use case.

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

Syslog panel is a dashboard element that allows to you view log messages for the devices both in real-time or a selected timeframe.

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.

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.

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.

TOI Topology View Enhancements. This TOI covers the following enhancements to Topology View in the 2020.1.0

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

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

The vertical navigation bar is an update to the layout of CloudVision. It replaces the existing horizontal header with a vertical navigation menu that lines the left side of the page. This allows for a cleaner horizontal header where key functions of CloudVision sections are highlighted.