Week of May 18, 2020 (APM 13.9.0)

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


  • Web path violation events now indicate milestone—Previously, web path violations identified the type of violation that occurred but did not indicate which script milestone was the source of the violation. Now, the violation event message indicates the violating milestone or shows “Overall” if the violation is not associated with any specific milestone.
  • Disable SSL validation in HTTP monitoring workflow—In order to include cases where enforcing SSL/Certificate validation may not be desirable, we have added an “Ignore SSL Errors” checkbox in the HTTP workflow configuration within Experience monitoring. By default, we do not ignore these errors.

Resolved issues

ID Keyword Description
APM-6514 Delivery We fixed an issue where, depending on how it was created, the default UDP destination port for a dual-ended network path could be 7 rather than 3239.

Changes to be aware of

  • Capacity and utilization measurements removed from Diagnostics pages—As capacity and utilization measurements, especially for mid-path hops, could be misleading and confusing, we have removed them from the Data Details and Voice Details tabs within Diagnostics. These measurements are still available in “Advanced Mode” - accessible to users with the Advanced Diagnostics add-on privilege.
  • HTTP monitoring support promoted from /BETA to /v3 in API—API changes implemented for HTTP Monitoring under /BETA have now been promoted to /v3. As well as adding the subCategoryType to the alertProfile endpoints, the various webApplication endpoints have been extended for HTTP monitoring to include, for example, workflowType and httpConfigurations objects.