Release Notes
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These release notes contain important information about Vault® 21.4

This release incorporates new features, enhancements, and resolved issues from all previous major releases. If you're upgrading from an earlier version of Vault, check the release notes for any interim versions for details about additional improvements in this release over your current release.

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Vault 21.4

Release: 01 August 2021

Enhancements

nCino Template Sync: Now that Vault is linked to nCino, whenever the nCino team changes or releases a template, Vault's nCino features will be updated as well. 

Bug Fixes

  • AutoRABIT’s help desk access via Vault had certain issues that have been rectified. Now you can see all of your support tickets when you access the helpdesk via Vault. 
  • The combination of full and incremental metadata backups was not picking up all metadata for restore. This has now been rectified and is working as it should. 
  • Due to a certificate issue, SSO for Azure Blob storage was not working. This has been resolved. SSO now functions as intended.

Vault 21.3

Release: 06 June 2021

Enhancements

  • Pre Restore/ Replicate Checklist: Now you can achieve improved governance for restore/ replicate jobs by following a set of guidelines to maximize the success rate.
  • UI Improvement: With this release, you will see all the jobs on a single summary page. The In-Progress tab under Backup, Restore, Replicate, Archival, GDPR module has been deprecated. 
  • Vault now provides a capability to download backed-up metadata files for the on-premise offering 
  • Improved security: We have worked on strengthening security by adding an additional layer of security. 

Bug Fixes

  • Field level restores fix for On-Premise offering: The field level restore showed peculiar behavior for on-prem hosting this issue was identified and fixed. Now you can successfully restore at field level for the on-prem offering. 
  • Backup member count for Dashboard, Reports, and EmailTemplate: There was an issue identified on backup count mismatch for incremental backups for metadata (Dashboard, Reports, and EmailTemplate). This is issue has been fixed, now you can see the exact count of the metadata that got changed and picked up in an incremental backup.

Vault 21.2

Release: 26 April 2021

For our customers in regulated industries with extended needs to meet compliance and security auditing standards – Now Vault is fully available for on-premises or in-your-cloud deployment and use of on-premises storage (including SANs). These new deployment and storage options give you complete control of the environment where Vault is deployed, and your data sets are stored.

New Features

On-premises or “in-your-cloud” deployment

Now Vault can be deployed where you need it to be. You have the choice of our AutoRABIT hosted and managed SaaS deployment, within your premises or at a cloud location of your choice (Private or Public Cloud). Contact your sales representative if this is something your organization would like to pursue.

On-premises storage from your AutoRABIT hosted Vault

We now support on-premises as well as cloud storage. Host your backups and archives within your premises, at your DR sites, or within a cloud environment. And get all the control you need to meet the extended security, compliance, and risk reduction needs of regulated industries.

Enhancements

Continued updates to the UI

We’ve continued updates that we started in the UI with our March release. Again – there are no changes to where you’ll find content in the UI – just our updated look and feel with fonts, colors, buttons, and more.

Email notifications with job status in the subject line

Until now, when you received a Vault job status notification from us, you had to read the body of the email to find out what it would refer to. Now you’ll be able to quickly read the status line and select for immediate reading those that most need your attention.

Some button naming changes: Full Restore to EZ Restore – Full Replicate to EZ Replicate

  1. EZ Restore (formerly Full Restore) enables restoration from a backup of all content from a selected backup. No functionality changes.
  2. EZ Replicate (formerly Full Replicate) simplifies all the content from a backup set with just a few clicks. Again, no functionality changes.

Support for additional FinancialForce Metadata types

We’ve added support for some previously unsupported FinancialForce metadata types – (Layout, QuickAction, CustomObject, DuplicateRule).

Vault 21.1

Release: 25 March 2021

The first thing you’ll notice with this new release is our updated look and feel.   You’ll find all your familiar tools and features available – but with updated fonts, colors and logos.  We hope you’ll like it.

Elsewhere you’ll find new capabilities for using Google Cloud Platform (GCP) storage, enhanced support for Azure retention policies, and restore/replication functionality for non-required parents.

New Features

Google Cloud Platform (GCP) storage support for Vault

You can now use GCP storage for backups. Options available are to use either AutoRABIT’s hosted storage on GCP or your own GCP storage environment.Google Cloud Platform Support for Vault

Enhancements

Application Rebranding 

Here’s a quick look at the updated UI and branding changes you’ll see in the product. Again – there are no changes to where you’ll find content in the UI (except for the new features below) – just our updated look and feel:

  • Login/ Logout screens
  • Logos
  • Application fonts 
  • Application colors

Vault Data Backup Enhancements

Restore/Replicate parents with relationship lookups

We’ve now added the capability to restore or replicate any non-required parents. To do this, select them from the schema before running a restore/replicate job.

Vault Data Restore/Replicate

Retention policy enhancements for Azure  

With our January release, we added the capability to configure the Azure Blob Retention Policy for Azure-hosted backups from within the Vault UI to meet your retention requirements.

We’ve now enhanced this feature with the capability to define retention periods in previously existing Azure Blob-hosted backups or archives to start using retention periods.  Keep in mind that once you’ve applied a retention policy, your backups will no longer be available after the retention period has expired.

Rentention Policy Enhancements for Azure



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