Released On
Feb 14, 2022

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Release Notes

5.2.0 (2022-02-14)

What's new?

  • We've improved the details tables in the Tags controls to be more helpful, especially when a resource's tags are not set correctly as expected. Previously, to understand why the Tags controls were in an Alarm state, you would need to find and read the control's process logs. This felt like too much work for a simple task, so now these details are visible directly from the control page.

Bug fixes

  • The Azure > API Management > API Management Service > Tags control would incorrectly move to an error state if the Azure > API Management > API Management Service > Tags policy was enabled because we'd added a check for the resource's provisioning state incorrectly. This is fixed and the control will now work as expected.
  • We've made a few improvements in the GraphQL queries for various router actions. You won't notice any difference, but things should run lighter and quicker than before.

5.1.0 (2021-02-04)

What's new?

  • We've made improvements to how Active controls interact with CMDB policies and controls for more reliable active checks. Now, if a resource's CMDB policy is set to Skip, its Active control will move to invalid to prevent the Active control from making a decision based on outdated information. Also, Active controls will now wait until the resource's CMDB control has run at least once to ensure the required data is available.
  • Discovery controls now have their own control category, CMDB > Discovery, to allow for easier filtering separately from other CMDB controls.

Bug fixes

  • Controls run faster now when in the tbd and skipped states thanks to the new Turbot Precheck feature (not to be confused with TSA PreCheck). With Turbot Precheck, controls avoid running GraphQL input queries when in tbd and skipped, resulting in faster and lighter control runs.
  • We've updated the Discovery controls for resources to now move to skipped instead of invalid if the provider is disabled in the subscription and the Azure > Provider > {service} > Registered policy is checking if the provider is disabled. This will reduce the amount of noisy controls that cannot be easily resolved without making changes to the provider.

5.0.6 (2020-07-24)

Bug fixes

  • When deleting inactive resources through an Active control, different warning periods in days can be set to delay deletion. We recently identified a bug that would cause these warning periods to be ignored, and any inactive resources would be deleted immediately. This bug has been fixed and now all Active controls will abide by the warning period set in the policy value.

5.0.5 (2020-06-10)

What's new?

  • All resource Router actions now run even if Turbot is outside of its allowed change window. This allows Turbot to maintain an up-to-date CMDB by handling resource updates at all times. Note that this only affects Turbot's ability to process resources changes that were made in the cloud provider - enforcement actions are still disabled outside of the change window.

5.0.4 (2020-05-19)

Bug fixes

  • Links to documentation in the descriptions for several controls and policies were broken. These links have now been fixed.