An AQL notebook is an interactive tool for working with Advanced Query Language (AQL). It provides an accessible interface for incrementally developing complex queries and visualizing data. An AQL Notebook consists of a series of cells that can be executed individually, making it easy to experiment, test and iterate on AQL code.

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

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

 This document covers the identity provider  (IdP) onboarding in CloudVision as-a-Service (CloudVision). CloudVision as a Service supports two types of identity providers: OAuth & SAML. Each has its unique configuration input and requires different configuration items to configure the provider for use within CloudVision.

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.

This feature adds the ability to onboard third-party devices and management systems (herein referred to as “data sources”) via the sensor (formerly known as “collector”) infrastructure. The ability to onboard data sources using a default sensor is available by default on-premises. 

This feature adds additional functionality to OAuth and SAML providers in the the Settings > Access Control > Providers page. This new functionality is gated behind the “Email Domains for Providers” beta toggle. Enabling the toggle will allow users to specify a list of allowed email domains for provider login.

Two events are now available in CloudVision to track hardware table usage, a threshold event on the current percentage usage of a hardware table and a prediction event where the historical trend of hardware table usage is used to predict when the table will be full. 

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.

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.

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