Release Notes for Cloud Manager in Adobe Experience Manager as a Cloud Service 2021.3.0

This page outlines the Release Notes for Cloud Manager in AEM as a Cloud Service 2021.3.0.

Release Date

The Release Date for Cloud Manager in AEM as a Cloud Service 2021.3.0 is March 11, 2021.

Cloud Manager

What’s New

  • Customers with environments with pre-existing Custom Domain Name configurations for IP Allow Lists, SSL Certificates and Custom Domain Names will see a message about their previously existing configurations and will be able to self-serve via the UI.

  • Users with requisite permissions can now edit a Program, allowing them to do the following in a self-service manner:

    • Add Sites solution to an existing program with Assets or vice-versa.
    • Remove Sites or Assets from an existing program with both Sites and Assets.
    • Add second, unused solution entitlement either to an existing program or as a new Program.
  • AEM Push Update label will now be displayed for both Pipeline Execution and Activity screens.

  • If an environment is hibernated but there is also an AEM update available, the Hibernated status will take precedence over Update available.

  • Users can now see their Cloud Manager role(s) by selecting the ‘View Cloud Manager Role(s)’ option after navigating to the User Profile icon (top right) of Unified Shell.

  • 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 will now include Custom UI Testing capability.

Bug Fixes

  • Package versioning was skipped in some cases 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 user navigates away from 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 unnecessarily restarted when customer builds resulted in invalid packages.

  • On occasion, user may see a green “active” status next to an IP Allowlist even when that configuration was not deployed.

  • All existing production pipelines will be automatically enabled with the Experience Audit step.

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