Turbot v5 Update Digest for 3 Nov to 9 Nov 2020

Current Recommended Versions

  • Turbot Enterprise (TE) 5.30.5
  • Turbot Enterprise Database (TED) 1.11.0
  • Turbot Enterprise Foundation (TEF) 1.26.3
  • Turbot Terraform Provider 1.7.0
  • Turbot CLI 1.25.0
  • Turbot Mod 5.27.0

Note: Turbot Customer Support recommends running the above versions as a “known good” configuration that incorporates the latest bug fixes and optimizations.

Highlights

  • Faster summary data loading for smoother browsing of resources, controls and policies.
  • Resource deletion is much faster, and scales to much larger environments.
  • Optimized performance across many GraphQL APIs and operations through careful analysis of queries and better data models introduced in v5.29.0.

Enterprise Highlights

  • Workspace upgrades can now check that they are coming from a minimum required version, smoothing the process for key release milestones when a workspace is far behind.
  • Worker lambdas now handle four tasks in parallel instead of 2, optimizing utilization.
  • Terraform stack container is much smaller, for faster startup and improved performance.

Alerts

Upgrade path to get to 5.30.5 from a TE version before 5.29.12:

  1. TEF 1.26.3
  2. TE 5.29.14
  3. Make sure that Turbot > Workspace > Migration control is in ok. Pause on this TE version till the migration control indicates “Migration Complete”, see screenshot.
  4. TE 5.30.2
  5. Make sure that Turbot > Workspace > Migration control is in ok. Pause on this TE version till the migration control indicates “Migration Complete”, see screenshot.
  6. TE 5.30.5
  7. Turbot Mod 5.27.0 (For customers already on a more recent version of the turbot mod, there is no need to downgrade. There are two new controls that depend on TE 5.31.0+. On previous TE versions, they will be in an error state but do no harm.)

AWS Mods

Highlights

  • Added AWS > EC2 > Classic Load Balancer Listener resource type
  • Added AWS > EC2 > Classic Load Balancer Listener > SSL Policy control type
  • The AWS > CloudTrail > Trail > Approved control can now be used to stop unapproved trails, suspending the recording of AWS API calls and log file delivery. To use this new feature, you can set the AWS > CloudTrail > Trail > Approved policy to Enforce: Stop unapproved or Enforce: Stop unapproved if new.
  • The AWS > VPC > Elastic IP > Active control can now check if an Elastic IP is attached to any resource or not. To enable this active check, please set the AWS > VPC > Elastic IP > Active > Attached policy.
  • Our real-time event handling for tag updates of EC2 resources will now be smoother, and the tags will be sorted consistently across the EC2 Discovery and CMDB controls.

Alerts

  • None

Release Notes

Azure Mods

Highlights

  • We’ve updated the Discovery controls for resources to now move to skip instead of invalid if the provider is disabled in the subscription and the Azure > Provider > {service} > Provider 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.

Alerts

  • None

Release Notes

GCP Mods

Highlights

  • We’ve updated the Discovery controls for resources to now move to skip instead of invalid if the service API is disabled in the project and the GCP > {service} > API Enabled policy is checking if the API is disabled. This will reduce the amount of noisy controls that cannot be easily resolved without making changes to the service API.

Alerts

  • None

Release Notes

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