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Cloud Cruiser 16 Release Notes

This topic contains the cumulative release notes for Cloud Cruiser 16. For complete documentation about configuring and using Cloud Cruiser, see Cloud Cruiser 16.

Changes in recent releases

This section lists the enhancements and bug fixes in recent releases of Cloud Cruiser. For information about older releases, see the Archive of Cloud Cruiser 16 release notes.

September 26, 2017

On September 26, Cloud Cruiser released version 1.55.1, which includes the following bug fix:

  • Fixed bug: When signing up for a Cloud Cruiser trial from the Get Started page, your Cloud Cruiser account could not be created.
September 20, 2017

On September 20, Cloud Cruiser released version 1.55.1, which includes the following bug fixes:

  • Fixed bug: When editing a view, report, budget, insight, What-If model, or data collection, refreshing the browser window lost the data you had entered.
  • Fixed bug: When creating a SmartTags rule, the Where Field value was not being saved after you clicked OK.
  • Fixed bug: In SmartTags, when creating a Split Field with two destinations, you were unable to confirm the second destination field.
September 15, 2017

On September 15, Cloud Cruiser released version 1.54.2, which includes the following enhancements and bug fixes:

  • Removed CSV support for uploading usage and billing data.
  • Fixed bug: Large AWS bills caused data collection to time out, resulting in missing data.
September 8, 2017

On September 8, Cloud Cruiser released version 1.53.7, which includes the following bug fix:

  • Fixed bug: For some Azure VM types, certain fields were not populated, including Resource Type. This caused VMs of these types to be omitted from Insights results.
September 1, 2017

On September 1, Cloud Cruiser released version 1.53.6, which includes the following enhancements and bug fixes:

  • When your session times out, you can resume your session again. To resume your session, log in and continue with your session. 
  • You can now collect Microsoft Azure metrics without enabling diagnostics settings.
  • Fixed bug: Azure Metrics were missing every 10 days for some VMs and metric collections.
  • Fixed bug: When you clicked the Refresh icon  to refresh new data, the browser would become slower to load data throughout the application.
  • Fixed bug: When loading data, Forecasting displayed errors and stopped responding under certain circumstances.
  • Fixed bug: When recollecting Azure collections, the recollect overwrote old metric files not specified in the recollect date range.
August 18, 2017

On August 18, Cloud Cruiser released version 1.51.2, which includes the following enhancements and bug fixes:

  • Cloud Cruiser now supports mixed case email addresses for single sign-on (SSO) authentication.
  • Cloud Cruiser now formats dates according to your preferred locale in Account Preferences. The date format updates throughout the application. Exported reports and budget notification emails also maintain the updated date format.
  • Fixed bug: The Show Tour feature displayed the My View tour section as part of the title bar.
  • Fixed bug: When you resized your browser, the floating navigation menu at the bottom right of the screen did not contain the available menu options, such as Export to File.
  • Fixed bug: When you opened Detailed Help, the bottom of the screen was not grayed out while the rest of the screen displayed a gray background.
  • Fixed bug: For Azure VMs created through the classic deployment model, no utilization metrics were collected.
August 8, 2017

On August 8, Cloud Cruiser released version 1.50.13, which includes the following enhancements and bug fixes:

  • In Insights, you can now drill down for more detail on an item in the result set. This enables you to get the extra information that helps you decide whether to take action on that item.
    To configure drilldown for an insight, edit the insight and select an existing report under Results Drilldown. Users then can expand any row in the result set for the insight to see the report filtered to that item. For example, the following screenshot shows the results of the Underutilized VM insight, using the VM Details report to drill down for more context about one VM.
    Insights drilldown screenshot
  • Cloud Cruiser now prevents you from deleting a report if it is referenced by another item, such as a Report widget displaying it in a view or an insight using it for drilldown. This prevents these items from being accidentally broken when content that they rely on is deleted.
  • The help button ('?') now presents a menu rather than a dialog focused on a particular video, giving you easier access to all the help content available for your current location. And you can now minimize help videos while watching them to enable you to see and interact with more of the application.
  • The product tour is now made up of short videos that quickly orient you to the capabilities in each area of the product, and lets you click around to watch them in any order.
  • What-If now supports the new Azure L, M, and Dv3 virtual machine types.
  • Fixed bug: When creating an Amazon Web Services collection, on the Manage Linked Accounts panel the Secret Key did not default to blank for all linked accounts.
  • Fixed bug: In What-If, when you performed a search in the service catalog some services appeared more than once in the results.
  • Fixed bug: In the Budgets page in a view, the list of budgets was height-limited, forcing you to scroll to see more than about the first three budgets.
July 27, 2017

On July 27, Cloud Cruiser updated version 1.49.1 with the following bug fixes:

  • Fixed bug: In a What-If model, the Amazon Web Service page of the service catalog contained only one VM service.
  • Fixed bug: In a What-If model, on the Amazon Web Service page of the service catalog, if you selected the Windows w/SQL Server Standard operating system, you would find VM services in only one region.
July 21, 2017

On July 21, Cloud Cruiser updated version 1.49.1 with the following enhancements and bug fixes:

  • Microsoft Azure collections now include the Consumed Service field, a recent addition to the Azure bill. The field will be populated from this point forward automatically. To populate it for historical dates, you can recollect for the dates you want.
  • Cloud Cruiser is now able to successfully read a Microsoft Azure bill in CSV format that has an extra comma on each line, which some customers have experienced.
  • Fixed bug: In data exported to CSV or XLS format, numeric values were treated as strings and enclosed in quotes.
July 10, 2017

On July 10, Cloud Cruiser released version 1.49.1, which includes the following bug fix:

  • Fixed bug: When a user updates the date range of a report and exports the report to another format, the new date range does not display in the new report.
July 6, 2017

On July 6, Cloud Cruiser released version 1.48.6, which includes the following bug fix:

  • Fixed bug: In Reports, when re-distributing a previously distributed report that had columns sorted, the sort order was no longer present in the re-distributed report.
July 5, 2017

On July 5, Cloud Cruiser released version 1.48.5, which includes the following enhancements and bug fixes:

  • In the RI Advisor, a warning message now displays notifying you of unsupported RI types.
  • In the What-If, a messages now displays notifying you that if you own RIs the costs shown may be higher than your actual costs.
  • In reports, when you sort on one or more columns the sort order is now saved in your browser's local storage. This includes the Reports page, the Report widget, and the report authoring interface.
  • The decimal delimiter set in account preferences is now used in both the Cloud Cruiser UI and in exported CSV reports.
  • Fixed bug: The number of Health Checks was not shown next to Health Check in the left menu.
  • Fixed bug: In Reports, column width settings were not saved for users.
June 26, 2017

On June 26, Cloud Cruiser updated version 1.47.4, which includes the following bug fixes:

  • In Reports, the currency conversion was updating the Cost but was not updating the Rate.
  • When new users tried to use Insights, they were receiving the error message: 'Server Error'.
June 20, 2017

On June 20, Cloud Cruiser released version 1.47.4, which includes the following enhancements and bug fix:

  • Updated the currency exchange data provider.
  • Added additional Azure product support.
  • Fixed bug: In Reports, when custom fields were created with the same name as a fixed field, data was mapped to the custom field instead of the fixed field.
June 13, 2017

On June 13, Cloud Cruiser released version 1.47.1, which includes the following enhancements:

  • Cloud Cruiser 16 is now able to more reliably retrieve Azure EA price information, so customers with an Azure collection will less frequently be prevented from seeing their Azure service catalog in What-If, and when we do fail to retrieve rates we now display a more helpful message.
  • Strengthened the security of our internal APIs.
  • Cloud Cruiser 16 can now read the new data formats seen recently from Azure China.
June 8, 2017

On June 8, Cloud Cruiser released version 1.46.11, which includes the following enhancements and bug fixes:

  • Strengthened security protections to prevent unauthorized access to API endpoints.
  • Added 255 character limit to description text to eliminate error messages when descriptions are longer.
  • Fixed bug: Reports exported from a view were not using the correct decimal delimiter for the set Locale.
  • Fixed bug: The Show Tour feature did not display tour content.
May 31, 2017

On May 31, Cloud Cruiser released version 1.46.3, which includes the following enhancement and bug fix:

  • Enhance security of role-based access control for the Cloud Cruiser UI.
  • Fixed bug: Non-owner users were seeing the Initial Setup wizard when trying to add a new data collection.
May 24, 2017

On May 24, Cloud Cruiser released version 1.45.3, which includes the following bug fix:

  • Fixed bug: The Resource Group field and the utilization metric fields were empty for some Azure resources. Customers who have experienced this issue can fix their historical data by running SmartTags rules for their Azure collection to reprocess that data.
May 11, 2017

On May 11, Cloud Cruiser released version 1.44.4, which includes the following bug fix:

  • Fixed bug: When using the RI Advisor, Reserved Instance purchases and sales were sometimes failing.
May 9, 2017

On May 9, Cloud Cruiser released version 1.43.5, which includes the following enhancement:

  • Password hashes now use a stronger hashing algorithm, increased salt length, and random salts to ensure that customer's password hashes are harder for an attacker to break in the event of a breach. New users will have their hashes automatically upgraded when they log in. Existing users that have not logged in will be invalidated after notification and a grace period. After June 9, 2017 anyone who has not logged in will be unable to log in without following the Forgot your password? link to reset their password.
May 3, 2017

On May 3, Cloud Cruiser released version 1.43.2, which includes the following bug fixes:

  • Fixed bug: The Active Processes dialog elapsed time showed 17 hours or more regardless of the actual elapsed time.
  • Fixed bug: In the Reports and What-If features, dragging and dropping Filters to the Columns or Groups areas resulted in the error message "The request entity had the following errors".
May 1, 2017

On May 1, Cloud Cruiser released version 1.42.3, which includes the following bug fix:

  • Fixed bug: Health checks were not created when collection from AWS, Azure, or Google failed because credentials were invalid.

Supported Browsers

You can use any of the following browsers:​

  • Google Chrome 42 and later
  • Microsoft Edge 20 and later
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer 11 and later
  • Mozilla Firefox 38 and later

Operating systems

You can use Cloud Cruiser from any operating system that can run a supported browser. However, if you are using a Microsoft Windows Server operating system, you must turn off the IE Enhanced Security Configuration option.

To turn off the IE Enhanced Security Configuration option

  1. Open Microsoft Windows Server Manager.
  2. In the navigation pane, select Local Server.
  3. Next to the IE Enhanced Security Configuration option, click On.
  4. In the dialog box, change the settings for Users and Administrators to Off, and then click OK.


    Microsoft Windows Server Manager updates to show the IE Enhanced Security Configuration option as Off.
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