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Our versioning is setup like:

1.x.x = Major
x.1.x = Minor
x.x.1 = Build number

  • Async implementation
    • Device Finder is now automatically splitting big subnets into smaller subnets. This increases the speed by searching over them using Async.
    • Data Collector is now using Async while fetching the latest data, so it’s no longer needed to wait for a thread to finish.
  • Our own Smart Filter is implemented for the Templates & Devices table, it contains:
    • Search prediction
    • Advanced filter to apply logic to your search

Advanced filter



  • Corrected multiple Device Types (thanks to the community)
  • The SNMP tester is now using defined & enabled Tranforms Rules
  • API pagination is alligned for all Get calls
  • Remember checkbox in Login page
  • Ruijie & Nokia templates are added
  • Multiple small bugs and improvements
  • Transform rules
    • It’s now possible to manipulate incoming data from the Data Collector and Device Finder by building your own Jinja Template. This way you can build your own normalization and standardisation of the data we find in the Network.

Device Finder Rules

Jinja rules

  • Plugin improvements
    • New Authorization types for your favorite SSOT
    • Nautobot added in the plugin selection
    • Netbox type has now the option to select which data models you would like to sync, current options are:
      • Devices
      • Data tabs
      • Interfaces
      • Ipam
      • Prefixes
  • Queue improvement
    • It’s now possible to see what is in the Device Finder and Data Collector queue by clicking on the name in the right top
    • Plugin has an improved queue when new data is found in the network. We will sync everything in batches of 50 records every minute to preserve server load.
    • Device Finder queue protection, when a queue is running and you click on schedule again it won’t be added
    • Clear queue button for both Data Collector and Device Finder
  • Clean up devices setting
    • In settings -> general you can now specify after how many days we should disable or remove the device if they are no longer spotted by the Device Finder.
  • Removed version tag from the compose file
  • Added password complexity setting for local account to be NIS compliant
  • New API call for the Scraper to get all IPAM data incase you want to create your own IPAM plugin for tools like Infoblox
  • All example CSVs are changed from the delimiter ; to ,
  • Test worker connection button, when a worker is red (offline) you will see a refresh icon to test connectivity.
  • Slurpit SDK for python projects (https://gitlab.com/slurpit.io/slurpit_sdk)
    • Device search added in the top
    • New device design
      • More details about your device
      • Option to leave some remarks about the device
      • Activity overview tab
      • Collected data tab of your device

    New Device view

    • Swagger download option (to import it into your favorite API tester)
    • CSV export is added (comma seperated)
    • Hostnames discovered by the Device Finder are no longer saved as FQDN. Existing onces will be renamed by the Finder when the device is found.
    • DNS failure was logged as Authentication time-out
    • Device Finder (scanner) logs are improved
    • Device Finder queue & progress is added in the dashboard
    • Darkmode styling is improved
    • Snapshot API has now the data stacked per Planning result & Template result. Data attribute is kept for compatibility reasons and will be removed in the next release.
    • SSH port is configurable per device (see add / edit device)
    • Unique data contains now also a First seen field
    • Data history/retention configurable per planning
    • Database optimalisation (only store unique records option),
      Optimize the database
    • Rate limit device requests (login & commands), More info
    • Login retry option on failure, More info
    • Automatically keep the Mac Vendors up-to-date
    • MongoDB credentials option for Self-hosted databases, More info
    • Included a plugin worker for better NetBox cloud support
    • Disabled SSL validation for self signed NetBox deployments
    • Changed the way to test the NetBox communication to avoid CORS errors

    This is our first production release after the MVP was launched. The following was added in this release:

    • New image added called Warehouse, the Warehouse is being introduced to support better indexes on Large Databases
    • New Architecture which is prepared for Multi service deployments for enterprise networks
    • Support voor Aruba CX added
    • Crawler support, next to the Device Finder we now also have a crawler which can be used to discover new devices based on colelcted Planning data.
    • Plugin support: We can now integrate Slurp’it easier with your favorite existing Source of Truth application, in this release we included support for NetBox
    • Test buttons when adding a new device
    • OVA installation
    • New API calls:
      • Platform testing, to verify connection between the plugin and Slurp’it
      • Device Snapshot: Create a logical device model based on the latest discovered planning data.
    • Solved a bunch of bugs and issues:
      • Reduced the MongoDB logging to prevent the harddisk from being overloaded
      • Recuded the raw data we stored to get a smaller database.
      • Changed the way we communicate with devices to reduce latency issues
      • Improved the device finder for latency issues

    Our first release was called the MVP, this was when we announced the product late 2023. In this version we released the following docker images:

    • Docker images
      • Portal
      • Scraper
      • Scanner
    The NetBox changelog can be found here.
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