This page outlines the Release Notes for Cloud Manager in Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) as a Cloud Service 2021.3.0.
The Release Date for Cloud Manager in AEM as a Cloud Service 2021.3.0 is March 11, 2021.
Customers with environments with pre-existing Custom Domain Name configurations for IP Allow Lists, SSL Certificates and Custom Domain Names, see a message about their previously existing configurations. In those cases, they are able to self-serve by way of the user interface.
Users with the requisite permissions can now edit a Program, allowing them to do the following in a self-service manner:
AEM Maintenance Update label is displayed for both Pipeline Execution and Activity screens.
If an environment is hibernated, but there is also an AEM update available, the Hibernated status takes precedence over Update available.
Users can now see their Cloud Manager roles by selecting the ‘View Cloud Manager Roles’ option after navigating to the User Profile icon (top right) of Experience Cloud.
The label Application for Approval has been relabeled to Production Approval for greater clarity.
The Version label has been relabeled to Git Tag in the Production pipeline execution screen.
The labels which define the behavior when important metrics do not meet the defined threshold have been relabeled to reflect their true behavior: Cancel Immediately and Approve Immediately.
The class and method deprecation lists have been updated based on version
2021.3.4997.20210303T022849Z-210225 of the AEM Cloud Service SDK.
Cloud Manager Production pipeline now includes Custom UI Testing capability.
Package versioning was skipped sometimes during AEM push upgrade.
Some quality issues were not properly discovered when packages were embedded in other packages.
In obscure situations, the default program name generated upon opening the Add Program dialog could be a duplicate of an existing program name.
On occasion, if a user navigates away from the pipeline execution page immediately after starting a pipeline, an error message is displayed stating that the action failed, although the execution actually starts.
The build step was restarted when customer builds resulted in invalid packages.
On occasion, a user may see a green “active” status next to an IP Allowlist even when that configuration was not deployed.
All existing production pipelines are automatically enabled with the Experience Audit step.