CloudBolt Software, an enterprise cloud management platform provider, is releasing CloudBolt 9.3, offering features including improved user navigation, expanded support for Microsoft Azure, and deep integrations with Veeam, SolarWinds, and Cisco UCS.
"We continue to listen to our customers and enhance the cloud management platform of their choice with updates to address their pain points," said Rick Kilcoyne, chief product officer of CloudBolt. "The significant increase in 9.3's self-service capabilities, accelerated networking and provisioning, new integrations with multiple in-demand platforms, and elimination of many manual processes empower CloudBolt users to better allocate resources to drive more business value.”
The CloudBolt platform already supports management of more than 20 private and public cloud environments through a single pane of glass, accelerates workload delivery with self-service provisioning, and enables consistent, standardized governance through centralized automation and orchestration. The new features and capabilities in the 9.3 release build on this solid foundation to address a wide range of cloud management challenges. These new capabilities include:
- Enhance user navigation that makes the platform more intuitive, providing more information to onboard new users quickly and accelerating time to value.
- With support of Shared Image Gallery (SIG) in 9.3, customers can manage their Azure environments efficiently with less manual effort. These images can also be managed globally by grouping and versioning them while sharing across subscriptions and tenants using Azure RBAC.
- CloudBolt 9.3 simplifies SSO configurations, helping customers completely secure their IT environment faster. Also, CloudBolt integrates with any SAML2 compliant identity provider to support SSO. 9.3 provides additional support for Okta and more choices to follow in subsequent releases.
- A new Veeam UI extension for CloudBolt 9.3 enables users to view a server’s backups stored in Veeam and restore them to AWS or Azure. This means users can now access Veeam functionality without having to learn how to use Veeam itself.
- CloudBolt 9.3 features a UCS blueprint that allows self-service provisioning of service profiles, enabling organizations using Cisco UCS to achieve the benefits of a self-service model.
- CloudBolt 9.3 now integrates with SolarWinds IP address management (IPAM). This ensures that when a user provisions a server with CloudBolt, an IP address provided directly by SolarWinds gets assigned to the server, greatly increasing efficiency and eliminating the need for any manual intervention.
For more information about these updates, visit www.cloudbolt.io.