Version 1.1.0 of Rumble Network Discovery is live! This release includes support for Single Sign On (SSO), improved scan management, updates to the Export API, additional Inventory search terms, improvements to the Network Bridges report, enhancements to the scan engine, and a multitude of small bug fixes and performance improvements. We are incredibly grateful to our customers for their continued support, feedback, and bug reports.

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Single Sign On

Rumble SSO Support

Rumble supports Single Sign On (SSO) for all users, regardless of license tier (no SSO tax here). SSO support has been verified with GSuite, Okta, and OneLogin so far, but should work with just about any SAML2 provider, including ADFS and Shibboleth. SSO can be configured in Allowed or Required modes and existing MFA security token support continues to work for SSO-enrolled users.

Improved Scan Management

Rumble Named Scans

Scans can now be named, have a description set, and be easily updated and copied. For users with dozens of sites, named scans make it easier to keep track of individual recurring tasks, and share the platform with coworkers.

Export API Updates

Rumble Export API Example

The Export API has received a handful of updates, including the ability to export the Site list (CSV, JSON, JSONL), and removal of the Organization ID from the URL (backwards-compatible). The Export API, when combined with inventory search filters, simplifies integration with third-party and in-house platforms. These improvements tie in with inventory search support for filtering assets by their unique ID (id:<uuid>) and their site ID (site:<uuid>).

Network Bridges Report

Rumble Network Bridges Report

The Network Bridges report now supports search filters and renders up to 1,000 multihomed assets at a time. This report highlights potential bridges (or pivot points) between networks.

Release Notes

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