17.06 Release Notes

The 17.06 release focuses on the introduction of a powerful new feature, called “Insights”, to provide clearer, customizable insights into your cloud infrastructure (click here for detailed documentation on Insights). In conjunction with Insights, 17.06 introduces ‘one-click’ Bot template creation. Now, after selecting and customizing Insights to meet your requirements for understanding, monitoring, and controlling your infrastructure, you can create a Bot template to enforce your requirements with the click of a button on the Dashboard.

Finally, 17.06 unveils a complete redesign of how cloud resources are organized and displayed. The new look and capability simplifies resource discovery and inspection, which is critical given the ever-increasing number of cloud resource types to manage.

Release Highlights

  • Introduction of powerful new feature, called Insights, that provides clearer, customizable insights into your cloud infrastructure
  • ‘One-click’ customized Bot templates
  • Complete redesign of the Resources section to simplify the display and organization of the ever-increasing number of cloud resource types to manage.

Additional AWS Support

  • Added 20+ AWS-specific filters to assist with AWS CIS compliance validation
  • Extended IAM support to include groups, roles and inline policies
  • Extended Load Balancer support to include Application Load Balancers
  • Extended Redshift support to include snapshots action
  • Added ability to create Private Image as a BotFactory action

New Filters & Bots

  • One-click Bot template creation from the Insight of your choice!
  • Added 20+ AWS-specific filters to assist with AWS CIS compliance validation
  • Bot action that can send emails and Slack messages based upon badge values, which are used to describe cloud accounts
  • Added ability to create an AWS Private Image as a BotFactory action
  • Added ability to filter database instances based upon bring-your-own-license

General Improvements

  • Updated pricing data for GCP, Azure, and AWS
  • Surfaced storage container permissions into the user interface
  • When a Bot marks a cloud non-compliant, that information is now surfaced in Cloud view

Developer/Administrator Notes

  • Added an installation checklist, which guides Administrators on how to set up and configure DivvyCloud upon installation/upgrade
  • Resource Group curation includes DNS Zones and SSH Key Pairs
  • Database connections no longer increase when viewing the Bot Overview screen
  • Added support for Redis authentication