See Service for APM system status and upgrade schedule information.


December 13, 2017 monitoring point

  • Expanded wireless support—We have added the ability to configure the monitoring point to access WPA-EAP (TLS) and WPA-EAP (PEAP) wireless networks.
  • Non-scanned wireless networks supported—We have added the ability to configure the monitoring point to join wireless networks that don’t show up in the scanned networks list.
  • MAC address visibility—We have updated the Web Admin interface to include the MAC address of applicable interfaces in the Network State table.
  • WPA wireless connection issue details—We have updated the Web Admin interface to display the reason why a WPA wireless interface fails to configure.
  • New applications supported—The Usage Monitoring classification library has been updated with new applications.

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Week of December 4, 2017 public cloud

  • Clarity in license notifications—We’ve updated the License Renewal and License Expiration notifications for better clarity.

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November 21, 2017 private cloud

  • Private Cloud—Virtual Private Cloud and Private Cloud Server now support the AppNeta Performance Manager (APM) 10.16 functionality.

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Week of November 20, 2017 public cloud

  • This release contains minor improvements and fixes.

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Week of November 6, 2017 public cloud

  • Network status at a glance—We have made significant improvements to the GeoMap to display your network status in a single view and to make it easy to identify and troubleshoot problems.
  • Configure dual-ended path for diagnostics using non-default interfaces—We have added the capability to explicitly configure the return path for diagnostics on dual-ended paths.
  • Improved performance when loading web paths page—We have improved the performance of web path page load time by removing the small graphs that appeared for each web path.
  • Improved performance when saving web app group configuration changes—We have improved the performance when saving changes to web app group configuration.
  • Bug Fixes

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Week of October 23, 2017 public cloud

  • Faster loading of Web App Groups and Web Paths pages—Groups are now collapsed when the Web App Groups and Web Paths pages first load. This results in faster load times and it makes it easier to find a web path by finding the group it belongs to first. Additional performance improvements will be available in upcoming releases.
  • Bug Fixes

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Week of October 9, 2017 public cloud

  • Comparison View - increased number of web paths compared—We have increased the number of web paths that can be compared on the Comparison Views screen from 10 to 20.
  • Bug Fixes

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September 27, 2017 monitoring point

This release contains only bug fixes.
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Week of September 25, 2017 public cloud

  • Custom web path profiles can remain unchanged when the workflow changes—If a web path has custom alert profiles and the workflow for the path changes, you are now able to either reset the custom alert profiles to the default alert profiles or leave them unchanged.
  • Bug Fixes

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September 20, 2017 monitoring point

  • Multiple IP addresses on an interface—You can now configure multiple IP addresses on a network interface.
  • Wireless configuration using Web Admin—You can now configure wireless interfaces on m25 and m35 devices using the Web Admin user interface.

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Week of September 11, 2017 public cloud

  • New ways to create web path alert profiles—In Experience, it is now possible to create web path alert profiles where they are being applied.
  • Bug Fixes

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Week of August 28, 2017 public cloud

  • Schedule Alert Re-enabling—It is now possible to re-enable alerts after a period of time.
  • Alert Profiles in API—API support has been extended to include alert profile management.
  • Bug Fixes

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Week of August 14, 2017 public cloud

  • Embed the UI—In this release we provide the ability to embed the APM UI into external web applications.
  • Bug Fixes

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August 2, 2017 monitoring point

This release contains only bug fixes.
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Week of July 31, 2017 public cloud

  • Experience Alerting—Continuing from where we left off last time, you can now configure an alert profile on individual web paths as well as mute/unmute alerts on web paths using the API.
  • Bug Fixes

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July 28, 2017 private cloud

  • Private Cloud—Virtual Private Cloud and Private Cloud Server now support the APM 10.8 functionality and include new APM branding.
  • Usage Alerts—Usage Alerts are now available to Private Cloud customers.
  • v35 Monitoring Point—The v35 monitoring point is now available to Private Cloud customers.
  • Selenium Scripting—Selenium scripting is now available to Private Cloud customers.

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Week of July 17, 2017 public cloud

  • Experience Alerting—You can now mute/unmute alerts on a per web path basis.
  • Bug Fixes

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July 6, 2017 monitoring point

  • Enterprise Selenium—Selenium workflows are now available on m35 and m25 monitoring points.
  • Network Interfaces on Web Admin—Network interface can now be configured from ‘Web Admin’ running on 9.x monitoring points.

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Week of July 3, 2017 public cloud

  • Enterprise Selenium—m25 and m35 monitoring points now support Selenium workflows!
  • API—The API v3 endpoint is now available bringing the latest Application Experience configuration options to the API.
  • Audit—You can now download records of configuration changes and other activity within your AppNeta Performance Manager account.
  • Bug Fixes

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June 20, 2017 private cloud

  • Private Cloud Server—Private Cloud deployments now support the new AppNeta provided hardware model PCS1000.

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Week of June 19, 2017 public cloud

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June 14, 2017 monitoring point

This release contains only bug fixes.
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Week of June 5, 2017 public cloud

  • Embeddable Charts—A new version of the embeddable charts library is available. Update the embed code in your app/website to take advantage of the latest improvements.
  • Bug Fixes

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Week of May 22, 2017 public cloud

  • Network Path Charts — The network path performance chart legend now clearly shows labels and values for each of provisioned capacity, available capacity, total capacity and unusable capacity.
  • Bug Fixes

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Week of May 8, 2017 public cloud

  • Network Path Charts — With a few recent improvements in place, the network performance charts have graduated from beta and are now the default charts for the network path performance page. Stay tuned as we continue to make improvements. Make sure to update the embed code to get the latest improvements in your embedded charts.
  • Bug Fixes

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May 3, 2017 monitoring point

  • Enterprise Selenium—Selenium workflows are now available on v35 on KVM where previously they were only available on v35 on VMware, r45 and Global Monitoring Points.

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general

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Week of April 10th, 2017 public cloud

  • Virtual Monitoring Points—Application Usage monitoring and packet capture are now available on v35 for VMware monitoring points.
  • Network Path Charts—A great visual improvement to our network path performance charts. The color fill under the average line and emphasis of the maximum line help with at-a-glance interpretation of results.
  • API—Back by popular demand, the “Observer API” endpoint! Integrate events (service quality, monitoring point online/offline, diagnostic tests) with 3rd party web services. See docs.appneta.com/api.html for details.
  • Events—An informational event is generated and shown on the web path timeline chart for any web path configuration changes.
  • ISP Change Detection—Improved ISP change detection to reduce noise and increase reliability of ISP change events.
  • Bug Fixes

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March 29, 2017 monitoring point

  • Enterprise Selenium—Selenium, previously only available on global web monitors, is now available on the v35 on VMware and the r45.
  • Bigger app library—FlowView’s application classification library has been updated to include over 100 new apps including Pokemon Go and TuneIn Radio; and other classification improvements including Netflix, Skype, and Snapchat.
  • v35 enhancement—Enhancements have been made to to single-ended monitoring on the v35 to improve capacity measurements in virtual environments.

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Introducing AppNeta Performance Manager! public cloud

  • APM re-branding—PathView, AppView, and FlowView have been replaced by ‘Experience’, ‘Usage’, and ‘Delivery’. The product is peppered with nomenclature, and page name changes as well. Notably, appliances are now ‘monitoring points’ and user actions are now ‘workflows’.
  • APM urls—PVC is gone from urls. For example, log in at [login.appneta.com](https://login.appneta.com) and the FQDN of your service instance contains *.pm.appneta.com. However, redirects are in place for the old urls so you do not have to update your firewall rules.
  • APM licensing—In APM, experience, usage, and delivery are all available under the base license. This is a major shift away from the previous module-based approach. See licenses.

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March 22, 2017 monitoring point

This release contains only bug fixes.
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Week of March 13, 2017 public cloud

This release contains only bug fixes.
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March 1, 2017 monitoring point

  • Snapshots on error—All appliances now support snapshot on error. When an AppView script fails to complete, a snapshot is presented time of error to make easier to determine if a problem with experience monitoring stems from the page improperly loading.
  • Port range display—The path details panel for dual-ended paths now displays the port ranges over which monitoring is performed.

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Week of February 27, 2017 public cloud

  • v35 update—The v35 can now be installed directly onto an ESXi host that is not managed by vCenter. A separate OVA template is required and is downloadable from the +add appliance wizard.
  • Faster upgrades—Download speeds and reliability have been improved for appliance upgrades in non-US regions.

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February 15, 2017 monitoring point

  • New virtual appliance model—AppNeta now offers v35 virtual appliance in a VMWare virtualized environment.

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Week of February 13, 2017 public cloud

  • VMware vSphere support for v35—AppNeta now offers a VMware vSphere compatible version of the v35 Virtual Appliance.
  • Navigation enhancement—In AppView, you can now open the web path details page in a new browser tab. Previously you had to click through from the web app list to the web path details page in the same tab.

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Week of January 30, 2017 public cloud

  • Selenium scripting for AppView—AppView now supports native Selenium scripts. Currently it’s available on global web monitors only, but support on other appliance models is coming soon.
  • Snapshots on error—When a script fails to complete, a snapshot is presented time of error to make easier to determine if a problem with experience monitoring stems from the page improperly loading.

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Week of January 16, 2017 public cloud

  • r400 base license increase—The number of WAN that come with the r400 base license has increased from 40 to 45, which means means that all customers with r400 get an additional 5 WAN paths per unit, for free! The maximum number of WAN paths the r400 supports has also increased, from 200 to 250.

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Week of January 5, 2017 public cloud

This release contains only bug fixes.
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Week of December 27, 2016 public cloud

3 bugs fixed.

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December 19, 2016 private cloud

  • Traceroute improvements—Multi-protocol traceroute, udp for Path Plus, and goodbye to flash.
  • Chart improvements—Embeddable charts, locking tooltips, drag-to-zoom, and new AppView visualizations.

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December 14, 2016 monitoring point

This is an appliance-only upgrade for 8.x and 9.x appliances.
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Week of December 12, 2016 public cloud

‘Tis the season of Traceroute!

  • Traceroute port customization—The path setup wizard now allows users to customize the tcp and udp traceroute ports when monitoring from m25, m35, v35, and r45 running 9.7.x.
  • UDP traceroute—In Path Plus, udp traceroute may now be performed over a user-specified port when monitoring from m25, m35, v35, and r45 appliances running 9.7.x.
  • Traceroute re-design—The icmp traceroute visualization on the route analysis tab of the path performance page has been re-designed and no longer depends on flash.

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Week of November 28, 2016 public cloud

  • New AppView commands—Support for RunScript and runScriptAndWait in AppView.

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Week of November 14, 2016 public cloud

  • Multi-protocol route change alerts—Route change alerts may now be generated for route changes on any combination of icmp, udp, and tcp. Available only on appliance models m25, m35, and r45 running 9.5.x.

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November 14, 2016 monitoring point

This is an appliance-only upgrade for 9.x appliances.
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Week of October 31, 2016 public cloud

  • Improved PathView charts—Tooltips on path performance charts can now be locked into place for easier comparing of data and copy/paste of tooltip contents.
  • FlowView traffic volume—Traffic volume flowing across appliances can now be accessed from the FlowView Summary Category/Classification view.
  • Easier milestone selection—The AppView transaction details page can now be filtered using a visual representation of milestone timing data.
  • Improved AppView charts—The AppView transaction performance table has been replaced with a bar chart visualization making it easier to see network, server, and browser timing.
  • Usage-based licensing update—Usage-based licenses are now supported for m25, m35, r45 and v35 appliances.

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Week of October 17, 2016 public cloud

  • AppView UI improvements—Over the next few releases we’re improving the usability and presentation of AppView test results, making it easier to identify the cause of web application issues. In this release, we’ve improved the transaction waterfall and summary charts.

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October 11, 2016 monitoring point

  • This is an appliance-only upgrade for 8.x and 9.x appliances.
  • TCP support in PathPlus tools—Users now can select TCP protocol in addition to UDP and ICMP protocols in ping and traceroute tools using 9.5.x appliance.
  • TCP/UDP route determination integrated within PathView—The monitoring performed by PathView on 9.5.x appliances now has the ability to perform route determination over ICMP, UDP and TCP as part of standard monitoring.

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Week of October 3, 2016 public cloud

  • Multi-protocol traceroute chart—The traceroute visualization on the path performance page has been updated. In addition to carrying over the existing functionality, we’ve expanded our continuous monitoring to include both tcp and udp routes. Available on m25, m35, and r45 appliances running 9.5.x.
  • TCP for Path Plus—The traceroute and ping tools in Path Plus now support both udp and tcp. Available on m25, m35, and r45 appliances running 9.5.x.
  • Beta chart updates—The new path performance charts currently in beta now support drag-to-zoom.

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September 20, 2016 private cloud

  • Virtual Private Cloud Appliance—AppNeta now offers Private Cloud Appliance for VMware vSphere and VMware ESXi.

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Week of September 19, 2016 public cloud

  • Removed TraceView integration—Following the acquisition of TraceView by SolarWinds, we have removed integration between AppNeta and TraceView.

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Week of September 5, 2016 public cloud

  • AppView UI improvements—The look and feel of the AppView ‘edit user actions’ page has been updated with all new widgets.
  • Remote access to appliance API—You can now access the appliance management API when connecting to them via the manage appliances page.
  • Single sign-on update—Updated login page for SSO to match the look and feel of other services.

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Week of August 22, 2016 public cloud

  • Embeddable charts beta—We’ve made a raft of improvements to the embeddable charts on the path performance page, including a new visualization for events, embeddable capacity and MOS charts, and numerous style improvements and bug fixes. These charts are still in beta—look for the ‘try now’ button at the top of the path performance page to check them out!

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August 17, 2016 monitoring point

This is an appliance-only upgrade for 9.x appliances only.
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August 10, 2016 private cloud

  • FlowView support for v35 appliance model—AppNeta now offers FlowView product in a KVM virtualized environment.
  • Embeddable charts—We’re busting PathView out of its cage! Grab the code for loss, latency, jitter, RTT, or MOS charts and embed it on any webpage just like you would embed a YouTube video. Embeddable charts means you construct a central dashboard outside of our service to display data from multiple monitoring solutions.
  • Branded contact info—The support email address on the login page can now be customized as part of system branding.
  • Notification email enhancement—Alert profile violations are now highlighted in red so that they’re easier to visually process.
  • Branded Swagger—Custom branding has been extended to the web service API.
  • New Web UI on 9.x appliances—9.x appliances now have new web-based UI called ‘Web Admin’.

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Week of August 8, 2016 public cloud

  • Web admin for m25, m35, and r45—The ‘launch PathView appliance Web Admin’ link is now available from the manage appliances for m25, m35, and r45 appliances running at least 9.4.2.
  • FlowView on v35—FlowView is now supported on v35 KVM virtual appliances.
  • Embeddable charts beta—Beta release of our new embeddable charts. Look for the ‘try now’ button at the top of the path performance page.

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July 27, 2016 monitoring point

  • This is an appliance-only upgrade for 8.x and 9.x appliances.
  • New Web UI on 9.x appliances—9.x appliances now have new web-based UI called ‘Web Admin’.

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Week of July 25, 2016 public cloud

5 bugs fixed.
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Week of July 11, 2016 public cloud

  • Embeddable charts improvements—Several display improvements to embeddable charts.
  • ISP detection improvements—When adding or editing an office under the location bandwidth quality report, selecting a path automatically sets the ISP value.

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June 30, 2016 private cloud

  • New virtual appliance model—AppNeta now offers m35 capability in a KVM virtualized environment; the new model is called ‘v35’. The combination of v35 and v30 means that AppNeta supports two of the most popular hypervisors, KVM and vSphere.

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June 27, 2016 monitoring point

This is an appliance-only upgrade in which typically only fixes are introduced.
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