We are excited to announce the general availability of Device42 v16.07.00, which includes a number of bug fixes as well as the following enhancements:
Discovery Scores Improvements
- Device42 now provides discovery score data for UCS/ACI/Load Balancer, SNMP, and Nmap auto-discovery as well as all cloud auto-discovery tools.
CRE Reports Now Include CPU and Device Name Data
- Device42’s Cloud Recommendation Engine (CRE) reports now include columns for CPU information and device names for all supported cloud vendors.
Global Search Now Returns Database Instance and Link To Its Device
- You can now search for database instances using the Device42 home page global search function. Type a name in the search box on the home page or at the right of the menu bar. Device42 displays the search results.
- Click the matching entry to display the database and a link to its device.
Advanced Reports Timestamps Now Show Report Date and Time
- Advanced reports now include timestamps that display both date and time; previously, report timestamps showed only the date.
New Option To Kill Running Autodiscovery Jobs Immediately
- You can now kill autodiscovery jobs to remove the jobs immediately and remove their currently running discovery threads. You can also choose to kill a job and allow its running threads to complete. Go to Reports > Jobs Dashboard to display the Jobs Summary page. Select the job(s) you want to kill and then select Kill Selected Jobs – Remove Immediately or Kill Selected Job – Allow Pending Jobs to complete from the Action: menu at the top of the jobs list.
MS Azure Cloud Auto-Discovery Now Supports Device Tags
- Device42’s MS Azure cloud auto-discovery now supports an option to add tags as custom fields to discovered devices. These tags can be over 100 characters long.
Remote Discovery Now Captures Service Communication IPs
- In both DOQL and the Device42 main appliance interface, you can now see service communication with listener IP information and service ports.
New SNMP Discovery Support for Nasuni Filer Devices
- Device42 SNMP Autodiscovery now supports the discovery of Nasuni Filer devices.
- Depending on the device type, Device42 discovery returns data such as hardware name, model number, serial number, IP addresses and subnets, ports, location, date added, date updated, etc.