Webinar Recap: What’s New in CloudBolt 9.4–Roth?


CloudBolt Software recently held a webinar to review the features of our latest release, CloudBolt 9.4–Roth. In this release, we’ve made numerous improvements for customers looking to extend their hybrid cloud deployment capabilities and enhancements to our user interface (UI).

In the webinar, CloudBolt Director of Product Marketing Nilesh Deo and CloudBolt Senior Product Manager Rod Musser went deep into key areas of improvement and took audience questions. Here are some of the highlights from the webinar:

Enhanced User Navigation

When it comes to a cloud management platform, we know that an IT admin may want a different view within the CloudBolt platform than a CIO. Because of that, we’ve added enhanced user navigation to allow of customization of a desired look and feel, and more relevant information for customers will show up when they login.

“Our goal here really was to get you the information you need right away, as soon as you login to the product, to present what you need to get started with your day in CloudBolt,” Musser says.

Simplified ServiceNow CMDB Integration for Data Accuracy

Before CloudBolt 9.4, a customer would need to engage with CloudBolt Professional Services to get CloudBolt information into ServiceNow Configuration Management Database (CMBD), which would take up time and effort.

Now, CloudBolt is integrated with ServiceNow CMDB, which automates the process with codeless mapping of information.

“We want to make this process flawless and less time-consuming,” Deo says.

Additional Improvements and Features

Deo and Musser also go through discussions and demos on the following updates in CloudBolt 9.4:

  • Data Protection Choices with Cohesity and Rubrik Integrations
  • New Resource Handler: System Center Virtual Machine Manager (SCVMM)/Hyper-V
  • Complete Support for SE Linux

To learn more, watch the full video of the webinar below.

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