See the service status page for AppNeta Performance Manager system status information.
- More efficient use of diagnostics tests—Previously, a diagnostic test was triggered each time a violation event occurred. Now, if more than five violation events occur with the same target, the same condition, and in the same direction, at the same time, diagnostics tests for only five of the violating network paths are queued to run. None of the other paths will run a diagnostic test. Instead, for each of these paths, an event is created that links to the five tests that are run. In addition, if a violation is cleared on a network path before the associated diagnostic test has had a chance to run, we remove the test from the queue and add an event that explains this.
|APM-1180||Audit log||We fixed an issue where certain Audit log messages could be truncated.|
|APM-5785||Web Dashboard||We fixed an issue where multiple Web Dashboards could use the same name.|
Changes to be aware of
- Usage interface data grouped by interface activity—We have updated the Deep Packet Inspection Interfaces page (Usage > Monitoring Points) to display interfaces that have received data before those that have no activity. The benefit is that you no longer have to scroll through inactive interfaces to see the active ones.
- Increased time range for Web Dashboard—We have increased the maximum Web Dashboard time range from 7 days to 30 days in order to track monthly web app group and web path performance on the Web Dashboard.