Week of February 25, 2019 (APM 12.3.0)

See the service status page for AppNeta Performance Manager system status information.


  • Compare DNS server performance—We have enhanced the DNS chart to show data for one or more DNS servers in addition to the fastest responses across all servers. This enables you to compare the performance of the DNS servers you use and to identify when a particular server is having problems.
  • Retrieve web path data in bulk—We have added an API endpoint (GET /v3/webPath/data/) that allows you to retrieve web path data in bulk, rather than one web path at a time. It works the same way that GET /v3/path/data/ works for retrieving network path data.

Resolved issues

ID Keyword Description
APM-2268 UI We fixed an issue that caused the APM UI to return an error when an unusually large number of network events were being received.
APM-2249 Experience We updated the Comparison Views page in Experience so that, by default, Comparison Views are sorted alphabetically by Name.
APM-2235 Experience We fixed an issue where the resource list that appears beneath the “JavaScript Errors” section on the Test Drill-down page could appear with no data (blank). The workaround was to click one of the column headers. The workaround is no longer necessary.
APM-2206 SNMP We fixed an issue where SNMP events were not being sent in all cases.
APM-2050 SNMP We fixed an issue where the network group name, rather than the web app group name, was being sent in “web app name” field in the SNMP trap details.
APM-1572 Connectivity We fixed an issue that could cause Monitoring Points to go offline for 5 minutes and then reconnect. During the time offline, events were raised and alert emails were sent.