Week of August 23, 2021 (APM 14.16.0)

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

Enhancements

  • Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) now supported in Experience scripts—Selenium scripts within Experience monitoring now support MFA using Time-based One Time Passwords (TOTP). This feature enables Experience monitoring to be used in enhanced security environments that require MFA.

Resolved issues

ID Keyword Description
APM-11041 Connectivity We fixed an issue where a Monitoring Point could disconnect then reconnect every 10 minutes.
APM-10986 Connectivity We fixed an issue where a Monitoring Point could get into a state where it was connected for only 6 or 7 minutes at a time every half hour.
APM-10952 Delivery We fixed an issue where new network paths and updates to existing network paths were not immediately reflected on the Network Paths page.

Changes to be aware of

  • UI changes on network path performance charts—We have updated how data is displayed when interacting with data points on the network path performance charts as follows:
    • No interaction - Data for the most recent data point is displayed in the lower left of the chart.
    • Hover over a data point - Associated data is displayed in the lower left of the chart.
    • Click a data point - Associated data is displayed in a box in the upper right of the chart.
  • Min/Max graphs now appear on rolled up Wireless and Host charts—When the time range selected is such that data is rolled up, we now provide a Min/Max graph in addition to the Average graph on the Wireless and Host charts. This helps identify spikes in metrics that might not be obvious when the data is averaged.
  • Updated headers on Network Timeline page—To make commonly used functionality easier to access, we have changed the name and updated the functionality accessed from the header of the path performance page in Delivery monitoring. The page is now called “Network Timeline” and includes path source and target, a link to modify the path configuration, a selector for sharing a link to the page or downloading a PDF, as well as a link to disable monitoring on the path.
  • Updated headers on Web Timeline and Web Drill-down pages—To uniquely identify a web path and to make commonly used functionality easier to access, we have changed the name and updated the information shown on the header of both the Test Timeline and Test Drill-down pages in Experience monitoring. The Test Timeline page is now called “Web Timeline”. The Test Drill-down page is now called “Web Drill-down”. In addition to the name changes, the headers now include path source and target, a link to modify the web app group, a link to modify the workflow, a selector for sharing a link to the page or downloading a PDF (Web Timeline page), and link for scheduling a report (Web Timeline page).