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Release Date: September 6th, 2012
Release Time: 6:00pm Pacific
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The following new features have been added to the RightScale Cloud Management Platform. Be sure to read the documentation, follow best practice principles, and thoroughly test any new functionality before making any changes to your production deployment.
You can now apply alerts from an array to all of its current instances without having to relaunch the instances. You may also delete alerts from an array's active instances in bulk without having to relaunch or delete the alerts from each instance individually. For more information, see Copy Alerts to all Instances in an Array.
You now have the ability to export alert escalations to your ticketing system of choice. We will export all alert escalations on your account to an SNS Topic you specify. In SNS, you can re-format the alerts to be compatible with your ticketing system. For more information, see Send All Alert Escalations to SNS.
RightScale now supports IP Whitelisting. From the IP Whitelists tab, located under Account Settings, a range of IP addresses can be set so only users within a set of specified IP address can access RightScale. This feature can be used by account administrators to enable access to RightScale through a company's IP. For more information, see Add an IP Whitelist Range.
SQS Cloud Service is intended to represent a single queue and its corresponding properties, permission, and messages. This is an Amazon Web Service feature and, when connected to the RightScale Dashboard, makes creating and mangaging AWS SQS queues very simple. This is currently a beta feature, for more information see SQS Cloud Service Beta.
Note: This is a new UI implementation of a currently supported feature. The older version will still be supported. For information on the older version, see Queues.
Enhancements have been made to the public beta for Federated Identity. With the latest release, an account can require that Single Sign-On is enabled to access a RightScale account. For more information, see the Mandate Single Sign-On in Getting Started with SAML.
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