This feature adds additional functionality to the Devices > Endpoint Search page.The “Endpoint Authentication” tab has been added to the search results.

The streaming agent and other applications communicate to CloudVision using mutual-TLS certificates signed by a local CA. In order to prevent the CA from expiring, you will need to rotate the CA. Once rotated, the CA is valid for one hundred years.

The Change Control UI has been redesigned to improve navigation and workflow speed. Additional information is available in the sidebar, which enables you to gain a better insight into specific actions. These changes are cosmetic and don’t depend on any backend API enhancements.    

Every panel now has four new appearance settings that you can configure. Show Title: Select whether to display the title or not

Rule Labels are optional conditions in Event Notifications for sending notifications to receiver platforms. Using rule labels allows you to create more complex notification rules in relation to generated events.

The Help Center is an in-product documentation service. You will have access to new and detailed information on all CloudVision features and functionalities. The Help Center is designed to provide this information quickly and with minimal user effort.

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.

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.

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.

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.