CloudGuard Dome9 Feature Removal: Legacy Network Alerts
This is notification that we will be removing support for legacy network alerts from the alerts console. This change will be made September 10th, 2019 from the Dome9 Alerts Console.
Dome9 Network Alerts used to be generated by a legacy system that scanned for specific network-related issues (such as publicly exposed admin ports). These alerts were presented in the legacy alerts console (Administration -> Alerts -> System Alerts).
On July 2018, we introduced the New Alerts Page. The new mechanism is based on the Compliance Engine, and provides a lot of benefits, including:
- Many additional alert types
- Customization and visibility into the tested logic
- Many new actions, including exclusions and applying automatic remediation
- Powerful filtering and export capabilities
And much more.
When we introduced the new alerts mechanism we declared the deprecation of the legacy alerts. The process completes now with the complete removal of the legacy alerts.
How does this change affects us?
The legacy alerts mechanism would be removed from our systems. We will remove the network alerts that are currently stored and stop generating new legacy network alerts.
If you have not adopted the new alerts mechanism, please do so.
For more information on the compliance-based alerts mechanism you can refer to the Dome9 documentation: https://sc1.checkpoint.com/documents/CloudGuard_Dome9/Documentation/Alerts-Notifications/Alerts-and-...
You can export the legacy network alerts from the “system alerts” screen using the “Export to CSV” button.
For help achieving this please reach out to Support here.