See Service for APM system status and upgrade schedule information.
- New! Workstation monitoring now supported for Container and Native Monitoring Points—Workstation variants of the Container-based Monitoring Point (c10) and the Native Monitoring Point (n10) are now available and provide monitoring from a user workstation. These products were developed to satisfy the need to monitor network and application performance of work-from-home users. They provide 5 base application licenses and a maximum of 10 LAN and 10 WAN paths. Voice and video add-on licenses are also available.
- New “Add Web App Group” button—In order to simplify the workflow to create a web app group, we have added an “Add Web App Group” button to the Web Paths page.
|APM-7022||Reports||We fixed an issue where Application Performance Reports were not being emailed as expected.|
|APM-7021||Delivery||We fixed an issue where traceroute data was not available and caused a “There are no Path Route records at this time” message to be displayed. In addition, the Route Visualization would show no data.|
Changes to be aware of
- Software Sequencer now called Native Monitoring Point—We have changed the name of the Software Sequencer to Native Monitoring Point in order to clarify that it is deployed to a native OS rather than to a virtual machine or to a container.
- Updates to Deep Packet Inspection Interfaces page—The Deep Packet Inspection Interfaces page has been updated to show the Monitoring Point connectivity status. In addition, the start, stop, and configure flow analysis buttons are only highlighted if they are actionable.