We're keeping busy over here at CloudBolt. To prove it, our engineers have released C2 v3.6.1 with a bounty of new capabilities.
Amazon Web Services (AWS for the acronym-inclined) support continues to get better and better in C2. We understand that many users will want to import the existing state of an AWS account, so now C2 will import a list of all the running virtual instances in a customer's AWS accounts.
Happy that you're able to provision servers quicker than ever? Want to brag about it? C2 now presents users that ability to post a Facebook message bragging about how well your IT environment is run after they provsion a virtual machine using CloudBolt. Of course, administrators can toggle that feature on and off as needed/required.
What happens when something goes wrong with a VM deployment? v3.6.1 now gives you more information on the status of an order, and will tell you more about errors from the underlying virtualization or configuration management.
While we'd love to say that bugs never happen, the fact is that all software has bugs. We grabbed our fly swatter and fixed a handful of issues in this release, including UI rendering fixes for Internet Explorer, situations where the remote console feature failed, and some corrected verbiage in various status messages.