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Nautobot v1.0

This document describes all new features and changes in Nautobot 1.0, a divergent fork of NetBox 2.10. For the launch of Nautobot 1.0 and for the purpose of this document, all “new” features or “changes” are referring to the features and changes comparing Nautobot 1.0 coming from NetBox 2.10. All future release notes will only refer to features and changes relative to prior releases of Nautobot.

Users migrating from NetBox to Nautobot should also refer to the "Migrating from NetBox" documentation as well.

Release Overview


Configuration Context Association to Device Types

Config contexts can now be associated to (filtered by) Device Types, in addition to all other previously supported associations.

Custom Fields on All Models

Custom fields allow user-defined fields, or attributes, on specific data models such as sites or devices. Historically, custom fields have been supported only on “primary” models (Site, Device, Rack, Virtual Machine, etc.) but not on “organizational” models (Region, Device Platform, Rack Group, etc.) or on “device component” models like interfaces. As of Nautobot 1.0, custom fields are now supported on every model, including interfaces.

Once created the name or data type of the custom field cannot be modified. Choices for custom fields are now stored as discrete database objects. Choices that are in active use cannot be deleted.

Customizable Statuses

A new "Status" model has been added, allowing users to define additional permitted values for the "status" field on any or all of the models that have such a field (Cable, Circuit, Device, IPAddress, PowerFeed, Prefix, Rack, Site, VirtualMachine, VLAN). The default sets of statuses permitted for each model remain the same as in NetBox 2.10, but you are now free to define additional status values as suit your needs and workflows.

One example application for custom statuses would be in defining additional values to apply to a Device as part of an automation workflow, with statuses such as upgrading or rebooting to reflect the progress of each device through the workflow, allowing automation to identify the appropriate next action to take for each status.

Data Validation Plugin API

Data quality assurance in Nautobot becomes easier with the new data validation plugin API. This makes it possible to codify organizational standards. Using a data validation plugin, an organization can ensure all data stored in Nautobot meets its specific standards, such as enforcing device naming standards, ensuring certain prefixes are never used, asserting that VLANs always have a name, requiring interfaces to always have a description, etc. The ability to ensure a high quality of data becomes much more streamlined; error-prone, manual process becomes automated; and there is no more need to actively run reports to check data quality.

Detail Views for more Models

Detailed view pages are now provided for models including ClusterGroup, ClusterType, DeviceRole, Manufacturer, Platform, and RackRole.

Docker-Based Development Environment

In addition to the previously available virtual-environment-based developer workflow, Nautobot now additionally supports a development environment based around Docker as an alternative.

Git Integration as a Data Source

Git integration offers users an option to integrate into a more traditional NetDevOps pipeline for managing Python modules, Jinja templates, and YAML/JSON data. There are several use cases that have historically required users to either manage Python modules on the filesystem or use Jinja2 templates within the GUI. With this new feature, users can add a Git repository from the UI or REST API, the contents of which will be synchronized into Nautobot immediately and can be later refreshed on-demand. This allows users to more easily update and manage:

  • Jobs - store your Python modules that define Jobs (formerly known as Custom Scripts and/or Reports) in a Git repository
  • Export Templates - store your Jinja templates used to create an export template in a Git repository
  • Config Contexts - store your YAML/JSON data used within a config context in a Git repository
  • Arbitrary Files - usable by custom plugins and apps

Not only does this integration and feature simplify management of these features in Nautobot, it offers users the ability to use Git workflows for the management of the jobs, templates, and data ensuring there has been proper review and approval before updating them on the system.

GraphQL Support

Nautobot now provides an HTTP API endpoint supporting GraphQL. This feature adds a tremendous amount of flexibility in querying data from Nautobot. It offers the ability to query for specific datasets across multiple models in a single query. Historically, if you wanted to retrieve the list of devices, all of their interfaces, and all of their neighbors, this would require numerous REST API calls. GraphQL gives the flexibility to get all the data desired and nothing unnecessary, all in a single API call.

For more details, please refer to the GraphQL website, as well as to the Nautobot GraphQL documentation.

Installable Python Package

Nautobot is now installable as a self-contained Python package via pip install nautobot. Packages are released to PyPI with every Nautobot update.

nautobot-server command

Nautobot now includes a dedicated administrative CLI command, nautobot-server.

Plugin API Enhancements

Plugins can now provide custom data validation logic.

Plugins can now include executable Jobs (formerly known as Custom Scripts and Reports) that will automatically be added to the list of available Jobs for a user to execute.

Additional data models defined by a plugin are automatically made available in GraphQL.

Plugins can now define additional Django apps that they require and these dependencies will be automatically enabled when the plugin is activated.

Nautobot now allows and encourages plugins to make use of the generic view classes and page templates provided in nautobot.core.views.generic and nautobot/core/templates/generic/ respectively.

Single Sign-On / Social Authentication Support

Nautobot now supports single sign on as an authentication option using OAuth2, OpenID, SAML, and others, using the social-auth-app-django module. For more details please refer to the guide on SSO authentication.

User-Defined Relationships

User-Defined, or "custom", relationships allow users to create their own relationships between models in Nautobot to best suit the needs of their specific network design.

For example, a VLAN is mapped to a Site by default. After a VLAN is created today, you then assign that VLAN to an Interface on a Device. This Device should be within the initial mapped Site. However, many networks today have different requirements and relationships for VLANs (and many other models): VLANs may be limited to racks in Layer 3 DC fabrics; VLANs may be mapped to multiple buildings in a campus; they may span sites. Relationships allow you to express these additional requirements and relationships without requiring code changes to Nautobot itself. Other use cases include circuits, ASNs, or IP addressing -- just to name a few -- allowing users to define the exact relationships required for their network.


Code Reorganization

All of the individual Django apps in NetBox (dcim, extras, ipam, etc.) have been moved into a common nautobot Python package namespace. The netbox application namespace has been moved to nautobot.core. This will require updates when porting NetBox custom scripts and reports to Nautobot jobs, as well as when porting NetBox plugins to Nautobot.

Packaging Changes

Nautobot is now packaged using Poetry and builds as an installable Python package. and requirements.txt have been replaced with pyproject.toml. Releases of Nautobot are now published to PyPI, the Python Package Index, and therefore can now be installed using pip install nautobot.

Installation and Startup

Because Nautobot may be installed using pip, we have replaced with a dedicated nautobot-server CLI command used to adminster the server. It works exactly as does, but does not require you to be within the project root directory.

Configuration and Settings

Nautobot has done away with the requirement to duplicate or modify files anywhere in the source code. The file has been replaced with a file that may be read from anywhere on your system. It is also much easier to add custom settings or overload nearly any default setting.

To facilitate this, many automatically generated settings have been removed, and replaced with their underlying static configurations. We feel this affords a greater amount of flexibility in deployment patterns, with a tradeoff of slightly more initial configuration.

To make things a little easier, you may generate a new configuration with sane defaults using the nautobot-server init command! The configuration file defaults to ~/.nautobot/ but using the nautobot-server --config argument, you may name or place the file anywhere you choose.

You may also defined a NAUTOBOT_CONFIG variable to tell Nautobot where to find the file so that you don't need to always pass the --config argument.

For details see Configuring Nautobot.

Consolidating Custom Scripts and Reports into Jobs

Nautobot has consolidated NetBox's "custom scripts" and "reports" into what is now called Jobs.

The job history (results) table on the home page now shows metadata on each job such as the timestamp and the user that executed the job. Additionally, jobs can be defined and executed by the system and by plugins, and when they are, users can see their results in the history too. UI views have been added for viewing the details of a given job result, and the JobResult model now provides standard APIs for Jobs to log their status and results in a consistent way.

Job result history is now retained indefinitely unless intentionally deleted. Historically only the most recent result for each custom script or report was retained and all older records were deleted.

Python modules that define jobs can now be stored in Git and easily added to Nautobot via the UI as documented above in Git Integration as a Data Source.

Custom User Model

A new custom model has been created for User data. This has allowed Nautobot to use a UUID as a primary key for the User model, and to prepare for future use-cases not support by the default Django model.

This has also meant UserConfig no longer exists as a separate model. UserConfig is now a property on the custom User class.

Hiding UI Elements based on Permissions

Historically, a user viewing the home page and navigation menu would see a list of all model types and menu items in the system, with a “lock” icon on items that they were not granted access to view in detail.

As an option, administrators can now choose to instead hide un-permitted items altogether from the home page and the navigation menu, providing a simpler interface for limited-access users. The prior behavior remains as the default.

IPAM Network Fields to VARBINARY

To enable future support of databases other than PostgreSQL, the network fields inside of IPAM needed to be changed. cidr and inet field types have been replaced with a database agnostic field type. For this purpose varbinary was chosen because it can safely and efficiently store packed binary integers.

More details about the impact of this and other changes can be found in the Migration documentation.

The "Other" menu has been renamed to "Extensibility" and many new items have been added to this menu.

Status records have been added to the "Organization" menu.

"NetBox" has been changed to "Nautobot" throughout the code, UI, and documentation, and Nautobot has a new logo and icon.

Historically the custom links feature was restricted so that only administrators could define and manage custom links to add to various built-in data views. In Nautobot the management of custom links has been moved into the main user interface, accessible to any user who has been granted appropriate access permissions.

User-Defined Export Templates

Historically the custom data export templates feature was restricted such that only administrators could define and edit these templates. In Nautobot this has been moved into the main user interface, accessible to any user who has been granted appropriate access permissions.

User-Defined Webhooks

Historically the webhooks feature was restricted such that only administrators could define and manage webhooks, HTTP callbacks that are triggered automatically when a specified data model(s) are created, updated, and/or deleted. In Nautobot this has been moved into the main user interface, accessible to any user who has been granted appropriate access permissions.

UUID Primary Database Keys

Database keys are now defined as Universally Unique Identifiers (UUIDs) instead of integers, protecting against certain classes of data-traversal attacks.


Nautobot has replaced Gunicorn with uWSGI. In most cases uWSGI is faster, more stable and easier to setup making it ideal to use over Gunicorn. Our recommendation is to use uWSGI in production.



Secrets storage and management has been removed from Nautobot.

The "Related Devices" table has been removed from the detailed Device view.

v1.0.3 (2021-06-21)


  • #418 - Removed unused JQuery-UI component flagged by vulnerability scanner (CVE-2020-7729)


  • #143 - Added "copy" button on hover to Device detail view for name, primary IP addresses, and serial number.
  • #576 - JobResult detail views now support custom links and plugin template extensions


  • #537 - To mitigate CVE-2021-31542, the minimum supported Django version is now 3.1.12.


  • #342 - Fixed inconsistent behavior in Site.time_zone to emit and accept input as a null field if not set when using API
  • #389 - Fixed incorrect TaggedItem base class that caused tag issues on MySQL.
  • #421 - Fixed git: Reference at 'refs/heads/master' does not exist by improving error-handling displaying a warning when a user tries to use an empty repo or a branch that does not exist upstream.
  • #452 - Fixed api/dcim/cables OPTIONS response not including the status field.
  • #476 - Fixed incorrect handling of /31 and /127 networks in Aggregate, Prefix, and IPAddress models.
  • #490 - Fixed incorrect VLAN count displayed in VLANGroup detail views.
  • #499 - Fixed object's changelog showing incorrect information about its tags on partial (PATCH) updates using API
  • #501 - Fixed missing prepopulation of address/prefix value into the form when adding an address or prefix under a parent prefix.
  • #508 - Fixed typo in 500.html page template.
  • #512 - Fixed ServerError when cloning a record with exactly one Tag applied to it.
  • #528 - Fixed an ordering issue in the test_EXTERNAL_AUTH_DEFAULT_groups test case.
  • #530 - Fixed incorrect/confusing docstring in nautobot.core.api.serializers.WritableNestedSerializer
  • #562 - Fixed inability to use a Git repository to define a ConfigContext mapped to a specific DeviceType.
  • #564 - Fixed incorrect docstring on nautobot.utilities.tables.ButtonsColumn.
  • #570 - Fixed inability to import ExportTemplates for the VLAN model via Git.
  • #583 - Fixed incorrect rejection of various forms when explicitly selecting a null option. (Port of NetBox #5704)


  • #220 - Added a troubleshooting section to the development guide for issues encountered when using the multi-threaded development server
  • #505 - Added example of Okta OAuth2 integration to the docs.
  • #513 - Fixed inadvertent omission of "Search" box from ReadTheDocs.
  • #523 - Added instructions for using LDAP TLS Options to SSO documentation
  • #542 - Fixed incorrect documentation for running nautobot-server test commands.


  • #183 - Implemented a baseline integration test suite using Selenium
  • #540 - Fixed intermittent CI failures due to DockerHub rate limits.

v1.0.2 (2021-05-27)


  • #14 - Plugins are now officially permitted to use the generic view classes defined in nautobot.core.views.generic and corresponding base templates defined in nautobot/core/templates/generic/.
  • #430 - GraphQL ip_addresses now includes an assigned_object field
  • #438 - Config contexts can now be assigned to individual DeviceTypes.
  • #442 - Added warning when mixing @extras_features("graphql") with explicitly declared GraphQL types
  • #450 - GraphQL ip_addresses now includes interface and vminterface fields; GraphQL interfaces and similar models now include connected_endpoint and path fields
  • #451 - Added static GraphQL type for VirtualMachine model
  • #465 - Added Virtual Chassis to the Home Page


  • #448 - nautobot-server init no longer provides an option to overwrite the existing configuration files.


  • #456 - Removed markdown-include


  • #309 - Fixed erroneous termination display when cables are connected to power feeds.
  • #396 - Fixed ValidationError not being raised when Relationship filters are invalid
  • #397 - Fixed Git repository sync failure when token contains special characters
  • #415 - Fixed incorrect handling of Unicode in view test cases
  • #428 - Fixed GraphQL error when handling ASNs greater than 2147483647
  • #430 - Fixed missing ContentType foreign keys in GraphQL
  • #436 - Fixed Redis Cacheops error when using newly generated file
  • #454 - Fixed inability to create IPv6 addresses via REST API.
  • #459 - Fixed issue with Job forms not respecting field_order
  • #461 - Fixed NAUTOBOT_DB_TIMEOUT read as string in default config
  • #482 - Fixed FieldError from being raised when a JobResult references a model with no name field
  • #488 - Fix migrations in MySQL by hard-coding the VarbinaryIPField to use varbinary(16)


  • #417 - Fixed incorrect link to Docker docs from installation docs
  • #423 - Clarified reference to /config_contexts/ folder in Git user guide


  • #162 - Added Invoke tasks dumpdata and loaddata for database backup/restoration in the development environment.
  • #456 - Added mkdocs-include-markdown-plugin as a development dependency.
  • #474 - The dummy_plugin has been moved to a new examples directory in the Git repository and now serves as an example of implementing various plugin features.
  • #486 - Fixed failing Docker builds due to do missing examples development dependency

v1.0.1 (2021-05-06)


  • #242 - Added a production-ready Dockerfile for clustered deployment
  • #356 - Added a new nautobot-server startplugin management command to ease plugin development


  • #336 - Fixed nautobot.utilities.api.get_serializer_for_model to now support the plugins namespace
  • #337 - Fixed nautobot.extras.plugins.api.views.PluginsAPIRootView no longer creates null entries when PluginConfig does not define a base_url
  • #365 - Fixed incorrect field types on GraphQL ID fields
  • #382 - Fixed choices returned from OPTIONS requests returning mixed use of display and display_name fields.
  • #393 - Fixed creating a VirtualChassis with a master device changes the master device's vc_position
  • #398 - Fixed VirtualChassis edit view to now show "Update" button vs. "Create"
  • #399 - Fixed nautobot.utilities.utils.get_filterset_for_model to now support the plugins namespace


  • #15 - Added documentation for plugins using generic models to get change logging using ChangeLoggedModel
  • #362 - Updated sample code in plugin development guide to inherit from BaseModel
  • #400 - Fixed the class_path format for Jobs API usage documentation not being clear enough


  • #366 - Added GraphQL filter tests for interfaces queries and added missing unit tests for Interface filtersets
  • #402 - Docs build requirements will now install markdown-include version from PyPI instead of GitHub
  • #409 - Fixed misspelling: "Datbase" --> "Database" in

v1.0.0 (2021-04-26)


  • #290 - Added REST API endpoint for triggering a Git repository sync


  • #333 - Relationships now display the name of the related object type as well as the count


  • #276 - Fixed 500 error when creating Rack Reservation with invalid units
  • #277 - Fixed 500 error when editing/updating IPAM Services with invalid ports
  • #332 - Fixed UI allowing creation of multiple RelationshipAssociations for "one_to_*" relationships
  • #334 - Fixed missing "Bulk Create" option when creating an IP Address
  • #357 - Fixed error when plugins attempted to use ButtonsColumn
  • #359 - Fixed incorrect GraphQL filtering of cables by site
  • #361 - Fixed duplicate "tags" field when creating a cable connection


  • #358 - Updated Python dependencies to their latest patch versions

v1.0.0b4 (2021-04-19)


  • #217 - Replaced JSONB aggregation with custom cross-database implementation that supports PG and MySQL
  • #245 - Replaced PG-specific "advisory locks" with cross-database distributed Redis lock
  • #289 - Updated natural unicode-aware sorting for interface/device names to support MySQL


  • #167 - Fix to enable to query ip_addresses by parent in GraphQL
  • #212 - Allow plugins to use built-in buttons
  • #232 - Fix to enable inclusion of custom fields in queries in GraphQL
  • #233 - Fix to enable filtering by booleans in GraphQL
  • #247 - Fix to enable filtering by custom field values in GraphQL
  • #260 - Fix cable path tracing by not coercing UUID values to version 4
  • #265 - Fix 500 crash in API when posting ports as strings to IPAM services
  • #269 - Fix NoneType error when searching for /31 prefixes
  • #272 - Fix invalid f-string in invoke createsuperuser
  • #278 - Fix crash when sorting IPAM objects in list view by network address in web UI
  • #285 - Refactor GraphQL filter argument generation to emit the correct types for each field
  • #286 - Fix NoneType error when seraching for IPs without a prefix
  • #287 - Fix IP addresses not showing in search results
  • #288 - Fix display of parent prefixes from IPAddress detail view
  • #293 - Allow DynamicModel[Multiple]ChoiceField to work with plugin model
  • #300 - Fix AttributeError when assigning an IP to a device interface
  • #304 - Fix for IPAM network objects clean() checks not working as intended
  • #305 - Fix Status rendering to always preserve capitalization of
  • #306 - Fix custom relationship display fields for all models
  • #307 - Fix the ability to CSV export power connections if connected to a PowerFeed
  • #308 - Fix missing template error when viewing a PowerFeed connected to a PowerPort on a Device.
  • #318 - Fix TypeError when creating any IPAM network object with prefix of /0
  • #320 - Fix issue causing model validation to fail on all IPAM network objects
  • #325 - Fix to allow relationship associations to be unset in the web UI
  • #326 - Fix 404 error when attempting to delete a RelationshipAssociation from the list view
  • #373 - Fix missing "Bulk Add IP Addresses" tab


  • #273 - Update to jQuery 3.6.0


  • #96 - Implemented user guide documentation for GraphQL
  • #97 - Implemented user guide documentation for Git as a Data Source
  • #150 - Revised all documentation referencing objects with status fields
  • #175 - Revised plugin development guide to use Poetry
  • #252 - Revised and clarified install instructions for CentOS
  • #262 - Revised Nautobot upgrade and NetBox migration guides
  • #264 - Fix missing parenthesis in datasources example


  • #211 - Travis CI build improvements to simplify entry points and make tests fail faster
  • #324 - Fix unit test execution on MySQL by changing subquery limiting to list slicing

v1.0.0b3 (2021-04-05)


v1.0.0b3 introduces several database changes that are not backwards-compatible with v1.0.0b2 and earlier. There is no direct upgrade path from v1.0.0b2 to v1.0.0b3 - you must create a new database when installing v1.0.0b3!


  • #105 - Added tooltip with detailed information to utilization graph bars.
  • #141 - Custom Link UI now includes example usage hints
  • #227 - Add QFSP+ (64GFC) FiberChannel interface type
  • #236 - Add post_upgrade to developer docs and add invoke post-upgrade


Major backwards-incompatible database changes were included in this beta release that are intended are to pave the way for us to support MySQL as a database backend in a future update. Of those changes, these are the most notable:

  • All IPAM objects with network field types (ipam.Aggregate, ipam.IPAddress, and ipam.Prefix) are no longer hard-coded to use PostgreSQL-only inet or cidr field types and are now using a custom implementation leveraging SQL-standard varbinary field types
  • The users.User model has been completely replaced with a custom implementation that no longer requires the use of a secondary database table for storing user configuration.
  • Custom Fields have been overhauled for asserting data integrity and improving user experience
    • Custom Fields can no longer be renamed or have their type changed after they have been created.
    • Choices for Custom Fields are now stored as discrete database objects. Choices that are in active use cannot be deleted.

Other changes:

  • #78 - Replaced PostgreSQL-specific IP network/address fields with more generic field types
  • #83 - Custom user model added; UserConfig model merged into User model
  • #98 - Simplify MultipleContentTypeField boilerplate
  • #128 - Overview of usage for the nautobot-netbox-importer plugin could be mistaken for full instructions
  • #122 - Improved installation flow for creating nautobot user and virtualenv
  • #131 - Replaced PostgreSQL-specific ArrayField with a more generic JSONArrayField
  • #137 - Explicitly disallow Custom Field Name Changes
  • #142 - Converted various config validation checks into proper Django checks
  • #208 - Custom fields model refactor
  • #241 - Swap contrib.postgres.fields.JSONField for db.models.JSONField


  • #188 - Remove CSRF_TRUSTED_ORIGINS from core settings
  • #189 - Remove all references to settings.BASE_PATH


  • #26 - nautobot-server runserver does not work using poetry run
  • #58 - GraphQL Device Query - Role filter issue
  • #76 - Cable paths could not be traced through circuits
  • #95 - Plugin load errors under Gunicorn
  • #127 - SSL error: decryption failed or bad record mac & SSL SYSCALL error: EOF detected
  • #132 - Generated did not include a trailing newline
  • #135 - Custom field Selection value name change causes data inconsistency
  • #147 - Login failed when BASE_PATH is set
  • #153 - Editing an existing user token shows "create" buttons instead of "update"
  • #155 - NAPALM driver string not displayed in Platform detail view
  • #166 - Contrib directory is missing (including the apache.conf)
  • #170 - GraphQL filtering failure returned all objects instead of none
  • #172 - Incorrect whitespace in some HTML template tags
  • #185 - Possible infinite loop in cable tracing algorithm
  • #186 - Example Jobs are not updated for Nautobot
  • #201 - Custom Fields cannot filter by name for content_types
  • #213 - Programming Error Exception Value: relation "social_auth_usersocialauth" does not exist
  • #224 - Edit view for IPAM network objects does not emit the current network address value


  • #84 - Revised developer documentation for clarity and current workflows
  • #100 - Added detailed documentation of the nautobot-server command
  • #119 - Various documentation improvements
  • #120 - Revise development release checklist document for new processes
  • #121 - Added "Data Model Changes" section to the "Migrating from NetBox" documentation
  • #134 - Missing venv activation step in install guide
  • #149 - Unify optional settings documentation for REMOTE_AUTH*/SOCIAL_AUTH*
  • #159 - Update documentation for external authentication SSO Backend to get a proper install
  • #161 - Removed leftover references in documentation to RQ_DEFAULT_TIMEOUT
  • #168 - Incorrect AUTHENTICATION_BACKENDS example in remote authentication documentation
  • #181 - Incorrect UI reference in Webhook documentation
  • #216 - Update install docs to address inconsistent experience w/ $PATH
  • #205 - API Documentation shows numeric id instead of UUID
  • #235 - Update restart docs to include worker


  • #109 - Docker development environment build now automatically installs from any present local_requirements.txt file
  • #124 - Removed incorrect statement from feature request template
  • #154 - Some tests were failing when run in the development Docker container
  • #180 - Revised available Invoke tasks for simplicity and maintainability
  • #255 - Update docs edit_uri to point to correct path

v1.0.0b2 (2021-03-08)


  • #48 - Additional unit testing and bug fixes for Relationships feature.
  • #99 - Add BASE_PATH to development/
  • #107 - Add nautobot-server post_upgrade command


  • #88 - Replace Gunicorn w/ uWSGI


  • #72 - Removed issue template for "Documentation Change"; use "Bug" or "Feature Request" issue templates instead.


  • #41 - Incorrect field name in CustomLink Admin page.
  • #45 - Incorrect button labels when creating/editing an Interface record.
  • #63 - Incorrect help text for "Destination Label" field when creating/editing Relationship records.
  • #81 - Unable to change Device rack position after creation.
  • #93 - Bug when setting CACHEOPS_DEFAULTS timeout value to 0.


  • #35 - Documentation for troubleshooting Nautobot's interaction with SELinux.
  • #36 - Broken links to ReadTheDocs pages.
  • #42 - Incorrect link to nautobot-plugin-golden-config GitHub repository
  • #43 - Incorrect commands in documentation for adding optional dependencies to local_requirements.txt
  • #47 - Basic user documentation for Relationships feature.
  • #57 - Incorrect AUTHENTICATION_BACKENDS example in authentication/
  • #64 - Incorrect absolute link to ReadTheDocs page.
  • #69 - More incorrect links to ReadTheDocs pages.
  • #74 - Refactor install instructions to be more streamlined and more intuitive.
    • Renamed nautobot-rq service to nautobot-worker
    • Replaced BASE_STORAGE_DIR configuration setting with NAUTOBOT_ROOT; this new setting also influences the default value of DEFAULT_CONFIG_PATH.
  • #79 - Incorrect internal documentation link to STORAGE_BACKEND optional setting.
  • #101 - Complete documentation of NAUTOBOT_ROOT
  • #106 - Revise deployment docs to use $PATH instead of venv activate


  • #51 - Incorrect functioning of "development container" in VSCode integration.
  • #52 - Disabled Poetry's "parallel installation" feature for CI and development builds.
  • #61 - Updated pull request template contents for clarity.
  • #89 - Development workflow improvements
    • Replace pycodestyle with flake8 for linting.
    • Add invoke black and invoke tests commands
    • Improve speed of development Docker container rebuilds
    • django-debug-toolbar is now a development dependency rather than a production dependency for Nautobot.
  • #108 - Document special workflow for development using containers on remote servers

v1.0.0b1 (2021-02-24)

Initial public beta release.


  • Fixed a bug, inherited from NetBox 2.10, in which object permissions were not filtered correctly in the admin interface.
  • Fixed a bug, inherited from NetBox 2.10, in which the UI would report an exception if the database contains ChangeLog entries that reference a nonexistent ContentType.