The new import metadata API endpoint provides an import definition for module and list imports. This enables you to use mappings on your imports without querying the import file itself.
Previously, Audit was only available for use as an API to extract Bring Your Own Key (BYOK) logs.
Now, if you have access to Anaplan Audit, you can track audit events from your Anaplan tenant into technology such as a Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) product for alerting and tracking purposes.
Anaplan Audit enables you to pull audit event information from the Anaplan public REST APIs. Anaplan Audit is intended as a delivery mechanism for audit logs and is designed for audit information to be pulled frequently so that you can leverage your own technology for filtering, analysis, and storage.
The content of each log varies, however Audit provides:
Learn more in the Tenant Administration Anapedia article.
Bring Your Own Key (BYOK) has received the following enhancements:
DocuSign for Anaplan 1.6 offers closer platform integration via the header bar. We've also added support for the Percentage data type in DocuSign documents. Under the hood, we've updated our SSL certificates to support the planned renewal of DocuSign certificates in May 2018.
To learn more, see What's New: DocuSign for Anaplan 1.6 in the Data Integration Knowledge Base.
Do you have feedback on the May 19, 2018 Anaplan platform release? Share your thoughts in the May 19, 2018 Release Discussion.